It’s the second time in the span of one week that Russian troops target a cultural institution in the city that sheltered civilians.
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The stamp features a panoramic view of a Ukrainian soldier giving an approaching Russian warship the middle finger.
At least 1,000 people were sheltered in the Donetsk Regional Theatre of Drama in Mariupol, most of them women and children.
The London institution has cut ties with billionaires Viktor Vekselberg and Petr Aven, two associates of Vladimir Putin.
An outpouring of memes is helping Ukrainians cope through humor that often spills over into dark satire.
In a post-Soviet era we should consider how Russians continue to benefit from colonialism and imperialism in the realm of culture.
The organization is helping relocate Ukrainians in urgent need of help as well as Russian dissidents who may be at risk of persecution.
Collaborations with the State Hermitage Museum are particularly problematic since the director, Mikhail Piotrovsky, flaunts his bond with Putin.
Two artists have withdrawn their works from state-backed museums, and the curators of the Russian pavilion at the Venice Biennale resigned in protest.
“We’ve been screaming into the void for years,” said artist Luba Drozd, who’s been active in raising awareness about the crisis in her home country.
Mundane on-the-ground realities of warfare like urban bomb sirens in Kyiv to long lines outside gas stations hit the platform — but so does disinformation.