An exhibition of political cartoons by Ukrainian and Russian Artists
This pop-up show of anti-war political cartoons includes recent works by renowned cartoonists from Ukraine and Russia created in response to the Russian aggression in Ukraine. The exhibition is organized by The Museum of Russian Art (TMORA) in collaboration with Minnesota artist Andrey Feldshteyn, who has worked in the genre of political cartoons for four decades. At the beginning of the war, Andrey approached a number of artists with an invitation to share their works for this exhibition and they sent their amazing works to be displayed at TMORA.
Andrey writes, “Wars destroy human relationships. But political cartoonists inhabit a country of their own governed by the law of the genre. We collaborate in international projects, express our anti-war sentiment during war-time, and support colleagues who suffer persecution. At the beginning of this war, I wanted to attract artists to a collaborative project exposing the aggressor, pointing to the perpetrator, and uniting artists against our common enemy, Putin’s regime waging a war of aggression in Ukraine.
TMORA contacted prominent masters of the genre asking them to share their recent work. The response was very positive, and now TMORA presents works by Oleg Goutsol (Ukraine), Victor Holub (Ukraine), Oleksiy Kustovsky (Ukraine), Valery Momot (Ukraine), Yuriy Pogorelov (Ukraine/USA), Sergey Sychenko (Ukraine/Israel), Viacheslav Shilov (Russia), Denis Lopatin (Russia/France), Andrey Feldshteyn, and Alesha Stupin (Russia/USA), as well as several other artists.”
In this 2nd round of the exhibition, the new names include Serhii Fedko, Dmitry Skazhenik, Oleh Smal, Vadim Siminoga, and Leonid Storozhuk, all from Ukraine, as well as new cartoons by artists represented in the 1st round.
On view: April 20, 2022 — end of war
Mezzanine Gallery (in Lower Gallery after May 2, 2022)
Image: Artist: Oleksiy Kustovsky, Ukraine
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