YEAR OF JAPAN IN UKRAINE. INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION «OKIAGARI-KOBOSHI FUKUSHIMA SOLIDARITY FROM UKRAINE»

The exhibition that will be presented in the National museum “Chornobyl” on March, 11, 2017 at 13.30, displays 200 Okiagari-koboshi designed by famous artists from France, Italy, Japan and Ukraine and Chornobyl accident liquidators, affected people and children.

 

 

 

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VIRTUAL EXHIBITION BY THE 80TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE AUTHOR. George SHANAYEV. “OUR SPIRIT IS UNBREAKABLE” Artistic graphics from the collection of National Museum “Chоrnobyl”

George SHANAYEV was  born  in  Kyiv  in 1936.   He is a participant in elimination  of  the  disaster’s  consequences  at  the  Chornobyl   NPP, scientist,  researcher, the  author  of  20 inventions,  150 scientific publications, a  professional  diver   of   the  1-st  cathegory, graphic artist|chart|, poet, musician, singer, bard, invalid of Chornobyl.
To your attention there are George Shanayev’s graphic works, related to understanding the consequences of the Chоrnobyl disaster for humanity and ecology of the planet, which was written by the author for 30 years in a hospital bed.

Paper, black ink.

 

Curator Anna Korolevska
Design by Alex Kurmaz

Open virtual exhibition

 

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“CIVIL PROTECTION: VALUABLE KNOWLEDGE” EXHIBITIONS FROM THE MUSEUM COLLECTION ON ASSISTANCE TO PEOPLE

Цивільна оборона The museum presents a thematic exhibition “СIVIL PROTECTION. VALUABLE KNOWLEDGE” which was created to help people. What are the types of bombs and what is the protection from them? How to protect yourself, your home, water, food from radioactive, toxic chemicals, biological agents? How to decontaminate food and water, clothes and sandals? How to build a shelter? This and many more useful you know from the collection of Civil Defence educational posters presented at the exhibition, which were printed in Kyiv the 30 years ago. Although in 1986 they were in every school, every company – now become a rarity and historical rarity, but very necessary thing in today’s challenging life of an ordinary citizen, when we have to mention their existence.

 

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PHOTODOCUMENTARY EXHIBITION «DEAD CITY’S MEMORIES»

…There is nothing better for a man than to enjoy his accomplishments
because who will lead him to see what shall be after him…
Ecclesiastes, 3, 22

ВИСТАВКА ДОКУМЕНТАЛЬНОЇ ФОТОГРАФІЇ «СПОГАДИ МЕРТВОГО МІСТА»

National Museum “Chernobyl” invites you to a virtual journey in time by the streets of Polessky atomic city. Alexander SIROTA helps you to make the journey. He is a journalist, photographer, filmmaker, member of the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine. Most of his work dedicated to Pripyat – the city of his childhood and the Chernobyl disaster. The chief editor of the Internet project Pripyat.com, Vice President of the International NGO “Center of Pripyat. Com”. He initiated the appeal to the international community and collecting signatures to provide the city of Pripyat the international status of a city museum, and a 10-km exclusion zone – status historical – ecological reserve, the largest man-made disasters monument planet.

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VIRTUAL EXHIBITION “WE CAME OUT FROM THE CHERNOBYL BATTLE” Graphics from the collection of National Museum “Chernobyl”

By Oleg VEKLENKO (born in 1950) – а Member of the Union of Artists of the USSR (1983), the Honored Artist of Ukraine (1986), Professor, Head of Department of Graphic Design of Kharkov Academy of Design and Arts, a member of National Academy of Arts of Ukraine, President of the International Triennial of environmental posters and graphics “4th Block” (1991).

On April 29, 1986 he was mobilized as a reserve officer to eliminate the consequences of the Chernobyl accident by military enlistment office Kharkov.
Lieutenant of the 25th Brigade of radiation-chemical protection Oleg Veklenko held the post of chief mobile club from 3 May to 3 July 1986. There was a car with a driver and projectionist at his command. But transport was not enough, and if necessary, he was involved to a variety of activities. In the first week he did not get to Chernobyl, and then it became almost daily duty. All officers of political department had to go to the station together with the soldiers – “raise morale.”

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