Back in the war – The homecoming of photographer Yuri Kosin
16 October 2022 | 10:30 am
Photographer Yuri Kosin experienced the outbreak of war in his hometown of Irpin, near Kyiv. At first he fled, like many others, but soon decided to turn back to document the destruction and human suffering.
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