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Chornobyl + 20: This is Our Land - We Still Live Here

September 30 - October 11, 2019
Chornobyl + 20: This is Our Land - We Still Live Here
The very word Chornobyl' elicits deep emotional responses: fear - for one’s health and for the health of the planet; sorrow - for the disruptions of life and the losses of loved ones, of homes, of a way of life; confusion – about the true impacts and consequences of the disaster; betrayal - by government authorities who repeatedly and intentionally deceived their people and failed to provide them with the information and support they needed; hopelessness - for the future, for recovery, for one’s children; nostalgia - for a simpler world free of nuclear power and its consequences. Chornobyl’  +20 This is our land – we still live here explores these emotions and the realities of life in the irradiated territories of Ukraine in the aftermath of the world’s worst nuclear accident and now ‘heritage’ destination.

The Stuart Weitzman School of Design Graduate Program in Historic Preservation presents Chornobyl + 20: This is Our Land - We Still Live Here, an exhibtion of photogrphs by Myron O. Stachiw, Serhiy Marchenko, and Andrew M. Stachiw; curated by Myron O. Stachiw and Serhiy Marchenko. The exhibtion will be on view from September 30 through October 11. 

 
Location Information
Meyerson Hall, Dean’s Alley
210 South 34th Street
Phialdelphia, PA 19104
 
Contact Information
Herbert Meyer and Joseph Bacci
Email: pennhspv@design.upenn.edu
Phone: 215-898-3169
   



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