Ukrainian art tells a story in Miami

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Ukrainian gallery owners Julia Voloshyna and Max Voloshyn brought socially charged art to Miami in November. Some of these works depicted images of Russia’s first invasion of Ukraine in 2014. They had no idea that Russia would invade Ukraine again just months after their pop-up exhibition launched. They have since extended their exposure and joined American Voices to chat.

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