Russian War Crimes House
Client: Victor Pinchuk Foundation
This exhibition began in the former “Russian House” where the walls were plastered with a shocking photo and video exhibition of wartime brutalities by the Russian army. The project only used verified images and data, that focused on war crimes committed against civilians in Ukraine. The exhibition had more than 4,600 pieces of war crime evidence on display. The exhibition showcased the true nature of the unprovoked war by Russia and serves as a reminder of what Ukrainians are living through daily. Due to the international acclaim of the exhibition opening in Davos, the Victor Pinchuk Foundation along with its partners and FINN Partners toured the Russian War Crimes Exhibition across various capital cities to show the full extent of the atrocities to audiences across the globe, with more real-life cases added each time.