Buy Art to Support Ukraine. Purchase of an ambulance
15/06/2022

Buy Art to Support Ukraine. Purchase of an ambulance

In the spring, together with Dnipro Center for Contemporary Culture, we launched the Buy Art to Support Ukraine initiative — a charity sale of graphics by Ukrainian artists of the 20th century.
With the proceeds from the sale, we managed to buy an ambulance and bring it from Germany to Dnipro. Yesterday the car was delivered to the medics. Thank you to everyone who has joined the initiative. You have made an important contribution to the rescue of our military — most of the wounded are being transported to Dnipro from the front line, and medical workers need more and more equipment and cars.

The war in Ukraine is still going on — our defenders need treatment, so we continue to sell graphics from the private collection of the Artsvit Gallery. All funds from next sales will be transferred to the current needs of local doctors. Visit the website and buy Ukrainian art to support us in our struggle for freedom.
Photos by Olia Vasylets.

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