About Maxim Dondyuk
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- In Maxim Dondyuk’s new book, Ukraine’s 2013-2014 civil unrest is rendered as a conflict between shadows and light, snow and fire, two generations, and two layers of culture colliding on the territory of a single country.
- In the final summers before the violent outbreak of war between Ukraine and Russia, a small military camp for children presaged the growing militancy and fraying unity that was soon to come apart in spectacular fashion.
- The winter of 2013 changed Ukraine forever — three months of bloody clashes, tears, fear, Molotov cocktails, burning car tires, deaths, and the struggle between groups with two opposing world views. Here are 60 cinematic images, a multimedia presentation and an impassioned personal statement.
- “People don’t guess that a modern-day Auschwitz is nearby.” A deep and touching photoessay documenting the countless individuals affected by the huge tuberculosis crisis currently plaguing Eastern Ukraine.
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