“Kyïv”. Charity Exhibition by Vlad Shevchenlo

#SaveTheDate – Berlin! 10/09 13:00 – Am Flutgraben 3, 12435 Berlin. A look at Kyiv through the eyes of a Crimean. Initially, the project “Kyiv” was prepared as a project about a second home.


In 2014, Vladislav Shevchenko was forced to leave Yalta and move to Kyiv because of Russian aggression. Eight years later, the Russian government tried to take this house away from Vlad as well.
Now, this exhibition is a manifesto of the author’s love for the city and his perception of it.
“Kyiv” is a charity exhibition of collage posters (photographs, illustrations, and scanned textures).
More than 60 rolls of film and more than 100 different kinds of sketches were used to create the project.

A total of 15 works will be presented. Everyone will be able to buy the posters and the money from the sale will be donated for humanitarian aid to Ukraine.

The entrance is free!
10.09 13:00 (opening)
10.09 – 16.09
13:00 – 19:00 (incl. fair hours)
Am Flutgraben 3, 12435 Berlin, Deutschland

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