Maxim Dondyuk: Russian invasion of Ukraine & UkraineMoments Exhibition 

Maxim Dondyuk exhibition was held in our Budapest gallery! From June 29th till July 15th, visitors had the opportunity to gain an insight into the state of war in Ukraine through the images of the Ukrainian photographer, Maxim Dondyuk.

Maxim Dondyuk is a visual artist from Ukraine who specializes in documentary photography. He tackles topics relating to history, memory, war, and its effects in his work, which includes photography, film, text, and historical material. For him, each piece is a long-term absorption in the surroundings, a replaying of experiences, and a form of meditation.

Maxim has received various accolades, including the Lucie Award for International Photographer of the Year, Prix Pictet Photography Prize finalist, Magnum Photos competition ’30 under 30′ for rising documentary photographers, and W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography finalist.

We were also displaying winning images from the Ukraine Moments campaign, which was created to assist the Ukrainian photography community and all those who call Ukraine home by shining a light on the people of Ukraine’s moments, events, hardships, and experiences at this time.

At the House of Lucie Budapest gallery, Falk Miksa Street 30, the public could observe a powerful exhibition of Maxim Dondyuk’s selected pictures from the Ukrainian war.

To see all Ukraine Moments’ winners, please visit the website.