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Photographs from the exhibition "Ästhetik der Überwachung," Dresden, Germany

May 22, 2021 - Dear Friends, Sharing with you some photographs from the exhibition "Ästhetik der Überwachung" in Dresden, Germany. Mo...
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The exhibition "Ästhetik der Überwachung" at the Kunsthaus Raskolnikow, Dresden, Germany

April 18, 2021 - Dear Friends, I am glad to share such a piece of great news with you! From April 20 until June 25, the project "Survei...
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HETEROTOPIA. Online Exhibition With Focus on Experimental Visual Practice from Lithuania

September 01, 2020 - Glad to be a part of the HETEROTOPIA, online exhibition of five Lithuanian artists held by the EEP Berlin and curated by...
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The Photographers' Gallery, London

July 06, 2020 - A lot of great things happened during recent months, as I did not stop working on my projects. Some time ago, The Photo...
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Book "Surveillance. A Typology of Oppression"

April 02, 2020 - " SURVEILLANCE. A Typology of Oppression" © Valentyn Odnoviun Edition 2020 Photographs: Valentyn Odnoviun Designer:...
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Online exhibition at the VASA-Project platform

February 10, 2020 - My projects presented at the www.vasa-project.com. Thanks to Igor Manko for this proposition and curatorship of this ex...
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Taking part at the exhibition of the Museum of Now, Berlin, Germany

October 20, 2019 - I am glad that my project "Surveillance" is a part of the exhibition at the Museum of Now in Berlin, Germany! Special t...
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The project Surveillance in HANT magazine for photography!

September 03, 2018 - The project Surveillance included to the next issue of the HANT magazine for photography in Germany! link to the maga...
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Taking part in Monumenta in Leipzig, Germany

August 31, 2018 - Starting September 1st you can see a part of the "Surveillance" project at the Monumenta exhibition in Leipzig, Germany.
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