- n-ost. Hannah Wilson, Serhii Korovayny (Original image: Kyiv, Ukraine, February 2022)
- n-ost. Hannah Wilson, Maxim Dondyuk (Original image: Kyiv, Ukraine, March 2022)
- n-ost. Hannah Wilson, Pavel Dorogoy (Original image: Kharkiv, Ukraine, April 2022)
- n-ost. Hannah Wilson, Maxim Dondyuk (Original image: Kharkiv, Ukraine, March 2022)
The n-ost journalist network currently presents ‘Next Station: Ukraine’ – a display of large-scale photographs, showcased in several Berlin subway stations until (at least) November 24. With this public exhibition – which forms part of the EUROPEAN IMAGES project – the organisers aim to connect Berlin’s public spaces with the wartime reality in Ukraine.
Maxim Dondyuk (Ukraine), Pavel Dorogoy (Ukraine), Serhii Korovayny (Ukraine), Jędrzej Nowicki (Poland) and 2021 LOBA Newcomer-Award-winner Emile Ducke (Germany) documented how Ukrainian subway stations were turned into emergency shelters during Russian missile attacks. The images are displayed on large commercial billboards in three central stations: Gesundbrunnen (U8), Möckernbrücke (U7), and Rosenthaler Platz (U8). A brief caption explains the origins and context of each depicted scene.
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