Destroyed houses, bullet-ridden car windshields, scorched earth, and the faces of people who refused to leave their homes, no matter what. His eyes, which are so waiting for the world… The photographs taken by the military correspondent on the front line, as well as in Mariupol, Donetsk, Volnovakha, Lisichansk, Luhansk and other Russian cities, leave a deep mark on the hearts. from the people.
– We try to select the sparsest shots. But the exposition still turned out to be harsh and surprisingly frank, – emphasized Arseniy Babenkov, director of the Samara branch of Rossiyskaya Gazeta.
Previously, the exhibition has already visited Moscow, Krasnodar and Sochi, St. Petersburg, Samara, Veliky Novgorod, Rostov, Stavropol, Svetlogorsk, the Kaliningrad region, the westernmost region of Russia. And now the residents of Orenburg will see the events in the Donbass through the eyes of our military correspondent.
– The exhibition aroused great interest among visitors, – said the director of the Orenburg History Museum, Elena Mishina. – By the way, you can also view the presented works online – every day we plan to post one of the photographs on our pages in social networks. In the comments, our subscribers will be able to share their impressions.
The exhibition will be closed on Defender of the Fatherland Day – February 23.