Ivan Goncharov

Exhibition of Ukrainian photographers at Núllið gallerý

Núllið gallerý in Reykjavik this week hosts an exhibition of four young Ukrainian photographers reflecting on the war in Ukraine.
Yesterday’s peace in Ukraine was replaced by war today. Ukrainian artists Polina Polikarpova, Lisa Bukreyeva, Roman Pashkovskiy and Konstantin Chernichkin exhibit their photographs of years 2012 – 2022 to show this abrupt and scarying change. All the four (like any other Ukrainian) believing in tomorrow’s victory.
Opening hours:
  • Thursday 16:00 – 21:00
  • Friday 16:00 – 21:00
  • Saturday 13:00 – 21:00
  • Sunday 13:00 – 21:00
Free entrance

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Handcrafts market in Kringlan – 19.03

Welcome to the handcrafts market in Kringlan to support Ukraine. The market will be open on the first floor in front of Vera Moda. Among the items on sale are jewelry, paintings, postcards, and Ukrainian snacks. All proceeds from the sale will go to charities in Ukraine.
The market is open from 11 till 17 on Saturday and from 13 till 17 on Sunday.

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March of solidarity with Ukraine – Sunday 13.03

For 2.5 weeks, brave Ukraine has been resisting the aggression of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Despite superior forces, the Russian army has so far failed to capture Kyiv and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Iceland supports the Ukrainian people by sending humanitarian aid and welcoming refugees. On Sunday we meet at 13:00 to march from Skólavörðustígur 45 through the center of Reykjavik to the Russian Embassy at Túngata 24, where the rally will take place. Russians and Ukrainians living in Iceland, as well as representatives of other countries, will speak at the rally. They will share their ideas on how to help Ukraine, their experiences and the latest news from the war.

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