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Border

2022.06 – 2022.09
Bogdan spent his childhood in eastern Ukraine, and for the last 20 years he has been living in Moscow and St. Petersburg. His father still lives near Kupyansk, which was occupied by Russian troops on February 27.

The artist left Russia immediately after the war began, then settled in Tbilisi. The Georgians openly support Ukraine. This is manifested in numerous Ukrainian flags on houses, inscriptions on walls, screens in transport, badges and ribbons on clothing, collection of donations, and demonstrations.

Impressed by this unanimity, Bogdan Kravtsov has begun a series of works entitled «Ukrainian-Georgian Dictionary». It reflects popular symbols of Ukrainian culture that he notices in Georgia on household items, on food packaging, and on randomly found things.

2022.04.03

Вишива́нка (from the series „Ukrainian-Georgian dictionary“)

2022.04.03

Пра́пор (from the series „Ukrainian-Georgian dictionary“)

2022.05.13

Помара́нчевий (from the series „Ukrainian-Georgian dictionary“)

2022.05.13

Чуб, чупри́на (from the series „Ukrainian-Georgian dictionary“)

2022.04.10

Борщ зі смета́ною (from the series „Ukrainian-Georgian dictionary“)