Venice Biennale: Ukrainian art exhibition opens in the shadow of the war

At the time, it was unclear whether Makov would join her in Venice. He lives in Kharkiv, one of the places where he comes under early Russian aggression. He spent time in shelters after “really intense bombing of the city”, he says, before leaving with his 92-year-old mother and other family members “during missile attacks … We put five of us in my car and we just left the city “.

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