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23 December, 2013

Revolution in Art

EuroMaidan in posters, images and objects that could well become art installations

Average people and artists in Ukraine and all over the world respond to violence against peaceful protesters, manifest their demands as citizens through creative posters, and turn the Christmas tree on the capital's main square into a hand-made art installation.


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