THU TO SUN 10.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m.

“Ukraine: A War Crime”


Location: UKRAINE

“From the end of February 2022, we have witnessed the occupation of large swaths of a sovereign nation by an outside power, with the singular aim of erasing the Ukrainian nation and identity. We have also witnessed the recapture of some of these territories, all within a span of nine months, and the scale of atrocities is only becoming clear as temporary joy over regaining freedom gives way to calculating the costs, and the sacrifices made. In these images are the testimonies of the living and the dead, who speak in equal terms of all that has been endured.”     Nicole Tung, photojournalist.

Ukraine: A War Crime is a unique, collaborative project bringing Ukrainian and international photojournalists to tell the story of the Russian invasion of Ukraine from the perspective of those tasked with documenting it. The images and reportages contributed by these photojournalists covering the conflict, the humanitarian catastrophe, and war crimes investigations, reveal not only the indiscriminate violence of the Russian assault and the displacement of millions of people but also their first-hand experience as photojournalists at work in a war zone.

The project Ukraine: A War Crimes became a book, published by  FotoEvidence and supported by the Open Society Foundations and Grodzins Fund, that delves deep beneath the news to tell intimate stories of survivors and witnesses to atrocities, as these photojournalists were often among the first people into liberated villages. Ukraine: A War Crime is a collection of 366 photographs and witness accounts by Ukrainian and International photojournalists. Ninety-three photojournalists from 29 countries united to present their firsthand testimony about the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The book collects visual evidence of the violence and war crimes committed on Ukrainian soil. As such, it will serve as a powerful tool for mobilization, legal prosecution, and as an historical document for future generations.


Celestino Arce, Juan Arredondo, Oscar B. Castillo, Aggelos Barai, Jerome Barbosa, Daniel Berehulak, Cristopher Rogel Blanquet, Laura Boushnak, Eric Bouvet, Maryna Brodovska, Paula Bronstein, Fabio Bucciarelli, Daniel Carde, Rui Caria, Juan Carlos, Dmytro Chaika, Narciso Contreras, Stephen Dupont,Yurko Dyachyshyn , Timothy Fadek, Diego Fedele, Javier Fergo, Oleksii Furman, Gaelle Girbes, Bogdan Gulyay, Amnon Gutman, David Guttenfelder, Carol Guzy, Ron Haviv, Brendan Hoffman, Scott Hopkins, Serhii Hudak , J. Daniel Hud, Svet Jacqueline, Patryk Jaracz, Edward Kaprov, Pete Kiehart, Ziv Koren, Dima Kornilov, Serhii Korovayny, Dmytro Kozatskyi, Dmytro Kupriyan, Antoni Lallican, Maks Levin, Heidi Levine, Andoni Lubaki, Darrin Zammit Lupi, André Luís Alves, Evgeniy Maloletka, Sasha Maslov, Chris McGrath, Gabriele Micalizzi, Justyna Mielnikiewicz, Ioana Moldovan, Jonathan Moore, Olena Morozova, Katerina Moskalyuk, Christopher Nunn, Christopher Occhicone, Finbarr O’Reilly, Cheney Orr, Mykhaylo Palinchak, Oksana Parafeniuk, Marion Péhée, Hector Quintanar, Nikos Pilos, Giulio Piscitelli, Serghii Poznanski, Diego Radamés, Espen Rasmussen, Vyacheslav Ratynsky, Warren Richardson, J.B. Russell, Rui Duarte Silva, Diego Ibarra Sanchez, Wolfgang Shwan, Byron Smith, Alina Smutko, Maranie Staab, John Stanmeyer, Matej Sulc, Adrienne Surprenant, Joseph Sywenkyj, Nicole Tung, Eddy van Wessel, Laetitia Vancon, Tainui Kewish Wihongi, Rafael Yaghobzadeh, Stas Yurchenko.