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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EXHIBITION OF ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHY AND TAXIDERMY “UNEXPECTED NATURE RESERVE: THE CHERNOBYL EXCLUSION ZONE IN TERMS OF ZOOLOGIST”

We opened a new thematic exhibition in the exhibition hall on the ground floor of the museum on July 1, 2014. The exhibition of 100 photographs, taxidermist stuffed animals and birds? scientific information blocks, direct speech by specialists, maps of wildlife habitat in the Chernobyl Exclusion zone. Admission is free.
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FIRST IN UKRAINE. TWO YEARS AFTER THE DISASTER. EXHIBITION OF PHOTOS AND ARTIFACTS OF CULTURE FROM JAPAN “PRAY FOR FUKUSHIMA”

July 9, 2013 we opened a new thematic exhibition on the ground floor of the museum. There are 120 documentary photographs, artifacts of Japanese national culture, traditions and folk art of the region Tokohu. This region suffered from the devastating earthquake and tsunami, and Fukushima prefecture belongs to it. Admission is free.

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«ЗА ПОКЛИКОМ ЗНЕКРОВЛЕНОГО КРАЮ»

тематична фотодокументальна виставка з циклу
«ГОЛОС ЧОРНОБИЛЬСЬКОГО ПОЛІССЯ»

презентована у експозиції 3 залу з 26 квітня 2010 р.

Автор сценарія і куратор виставки: А. Королевська. Художнє оформлення: А. Мусієнко

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