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Efrem Lukatsky (Kyiv), 1956-present
War photography. February-May 2022.
Artist and Associated Press photojournalist Efrem Lukatsy has worked in areas of political unrest for three decades. Lukatsky's photographs have been published by Time, Newsweek, the New York Times, and The Guardian. In 2005, Lukatsky became the only finalist in the history of modern Ukraine for the prestigious Pulitzer Prize. Today, Efrem Lukatsky documents the Russian invasion into his homeland of Ukraine and spends most of his time on the frontline.
1. Elderly residents hide in a basement for shelter, with no electricity, water, or food in the center of the town of Irpin, some 25 km (16 miles) northwest of Kyiv, Friday, March 11, 2022. Kyiv northwest suburbs such as Irpin and Bucha have been enduring Russian shellfire and bombardments for over a week.