The War in Ukraine: Dispatch from Moldova. Photographs by Maranie Rae Staab
April 28, 2022 to May 31, 2022
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One week after Russia invaded Ukraine, photojournalist, Maranie Rae Staab traveled to Moldova at the Ukrainian border and to the Southern Ukrainian cities of Odessa and Mykolayiv. Her intention with this virtual exhibition is to share the experiences of those she met and give us an intimate perspective of what is happening on the ground.
While the largest number of refugees have fled to Poland, the highest per capita have arrived at the border of Moldova. The small, poor but generous country of less than 3 million people received more than 421,000 people by mid April.
Maranie Rae Staab is an independent photographer, videographer and journalist. Her work focuses on human rights and social justice issues, social movements, displacement and the impact(s) of conflict on individuals and society.
Her work has taken her across the globe, several times over, and we at ArtRage were pleased to meet her in 2019 during her final semester in the multimedia, photography and design (MPD) program at the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.
This virtual exhibition is presented with support for Humanities NY
ArtRage Gallery’s programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.
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