linza agency, a Ukrainian creative communications agency, created a digital exhibit with pieces of art stolen by Russians from the Kuindzhi Art Museum in occupied Mariupol.
The virtual Museum of Stolen Art is accessible via a web browser from anywhere in the world and needs no additional applications. The authors strive to draw the attention of the international community to the problem through their project.
The virtual space also allows its users to communicate with each other when viewing the exhibit.
On October 27, Olena Zenchenko, cultural researcher and art director of linza agency, will conduct a virtual tour around the museum. Олена Зенченко. The registration form for the event can be accessed via the following link.
According to global mass media, tens of thousands of pieces of art have been stolen since the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, including unique artifacts. Some of them were irreparably destroyed, which is a tremendous loss for Ukraine’s cultural heritage.