Solomiya, No.2


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On resistance through the means of art


132 Seiten, 23 x 31 cm
Sprache: Englisch
ISBN 978-3-948174-19-4 


Ivanna Kozachenko, Andrii Ushytskyi, Vsevolod Kazarin und Sebastian Wells


Lesha Berezovskiy, Alevtina Kakhidze, Daniil Russov, Sasha Naselenko, Dima Tolkachov, Sebastian Wells, Vsevolod Kazarin, Emine Ziytadinova


Dmytro Chepurnyi, Ivanna Kozachenko, Max Tsukan, Yuliia Manukian, Andrii Ushytskyi, Oleskandra Kalinichenko


Kollektiv Scrollan 


Since October 2022, the editors Ivanna Kozachenko, Andrii Ushytskyi, Vsevolod Kazarin and Sebastian Wells as well as the art direction around Anne-Lene Proff and Peter Bünnagel from Kollektiv Scrollan and the Berlin-based publishing house SHIFT BOOKS have been working on a second issue of the magazine. In addition to photography, film, contemporary art, literature and, most importantly, the everyday life of young people in Ukraine, the magazine attempts to convey the complex reality of life under the permanent gaze of Russian aggression through the works of talented and already well-known Ukrainian artists.

The new issue focuses in particular on the stories of people from the now-occupied territories in Luhansk, Donetsk and Crimea, who have already been facing the war since 2014. The cover of the new issue was designed exclusively for Soлomiya by the renowned artist Alevtina Kakhidze. It shows a woman surrounded by missiles and drones, raising her hand. “Our hands became more skilful during the war,” says Kakhidze, who has already created hundreds of drawings during the war and drew a tardigrade on the back cover of the magazine — the only creature to survive the Chernobyl nuclear accident.

“This magazine, created in Kyiv and designed in Berlin, is a testament to resistance through the means of art”,the editors say.

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