FRACTURE. Destroyed education.

1.500.000 people lived in Kharkiv before 24 February 2022. It had the biggest number of students per capita in Ukraine.

110 schools, 100+ kindergartens and 50+ hospitals have been damaged in Kharkiv as of August 17, 2022, the toll increasing almost every day.

Karazin Kharkiv National University is a leading Ukrainian university founded in 1805). The whole University will be able to work only via distance learning due to security conditions and damages to their various buildings.

The building of the Institute of Economics of the Karazin Kharkiv National University damaged by a Russian missile.

The building of the Institute of Economics of the Karazin Kharkiv National University damaged by a Russian missile on March 2, 2022.

Institute of State Management of the Karazin Kharkiv National University badly damaged by a Russian missile on March 18, 2022.

Institute of State Management of the Karazin Kharkiv National University badly damaged by a Russian missile on March 18, 2022.

A classroom of the Gymnasium #46 damaged by the Russian rocket strike.

A classroom of the Gymnasium #46 damaged by the Russian rocket strike.

A room of a destroyed kindergarten in Kharkiv. The name of the kindergarten is School of joy, it focused on English language studies.

A room of a destroyed kindergarten in Kharkiv. The name of the kindergarten is School of joy, it focused on English language studies.

Starting March 10, 2022, the team of Maidan Monitoring Information Centre systematically documents destruction of residential buildings and civil infrastructure in Kharkiv by the Russian military. Cooperating with Ukrainian authorities, we produce photos and videos to serve as evidence in criminal proceedings.

The photos to document destruction were taken between March 10 and August 19, 2022, in Kharkiv. 

Photos in the FRACTURE exhibition are made by Yuliia Gush, Serhii Petrov, Yevgen Tytarenko, Oleksii Svid, Kateryna Yashysh, Nataliya Zubar and the MMIC drone No 1. Curator Nataliya Zubar. Designer Darya Semenyuk.

This exhibition is presented together with Team 4 Ukraine.

This project has been funded by Crown Agents International Development. 

licence CC BY-SA 4.0

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