Translation of “Camera Lucida” by Roland Barthes Won Book Arsenal Contest
Museum's publication—"Camera Lucida" by French philosopher Roland Barthes, translated into Ukrainian by Olena Chervonik—became the winner of the Best Design 2022 Contest in the Book for Reading nomination. We are elated and congratulate the project's team: Translation...
“Photographer’s Diary” by Jury Ruin is Out of Print
The Klaipeda Branch of the Lithuanian Photographer's Association, in partnership with the MOKSOP, published the autobiographic "Photographer's Diary" by Jury Rupin at the end of 2022. Jury Rupin’s autobiographical Photographer’s Diary is an important document that...
Evacuation of MOKSOP Collection
Due to the russia's full-scale invasion to Ukraine, we were forced to evacuate the MOKSOP collection and a number of private archives of the Kharkiv photographers to Germany and Austria. Our team is infinitely grateful to the incredibly courageous people who made...
Photograps from “Artist in the Game” exhibition opening
The show of the works by the authors of the Kharkiv school of photography "Artist in the Game" was opened at YermilovCentre (Kharkiv) on May 28. We are publishing the reportage from the event. Photo credit: Oleksandr Osipov. Останні новиниКниги
Exhibition “Artist in the Game”
On May 28, YermilovCentre will host the opening of “Artist in the Game exhibition”, organized by the MOKSOP’s team. “Artist in the Game” is a large exhibition project that will give the insight into the history of the Kharkiv School of Photography as a history of a...
Kharkiv School of Photography in the Centre Pompidou
A big selection of the contemporary Ukrainian artists is to be included into the permanent collection of the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
“Lilies” – a new book by Alexander Chekmenev
Наприкінці жовтня MOKSOP презентував нову фотокнигу – “Лілії” Олександра Чекменьова.
New photobook of MOKSOP “Schwarzenegger is my idol” by Sergey Melnitchenko
The second photobook of MOKSOP «Schwarzenegger is my idol» by Sergey Melnitchenko, a young photographer from Mykolaiv, Ukraine, has been published.
Oleksandr Suprun’s “Parallel worlds” exhibition opening
Oleksandr Suprun’s “Parallel worlds” exhibition was opened at COME IN art gallery on December 13.
Sergiy Solonsky’s “Oscillations” exhibition opening
After a summer break MOKSOP and “COME IN” art gallery collaboration continued with the solo show of Sergiy Solonsky “Oscillations.” The openning took place on October 10th.
“KOCHETOV” is shortlisted for PHotoESPAÑA festival award
Some great news: Photobook Kochetov by Victor and Sergey Kochetov was shortlisted for “Best Photography Book of the Year Award” organized by PHotoESPAÑA festival (“Best International Photography Book of the Year” category).
Opening of Sergiy Melnitchenko’s exhibition “Schwarzenegger is my idol”
Sergiy Melnitchenko’s exhibition “Schwarzenegger is my idol” was opened on May 30. It’s the second project of the year-long collaboration between the Museum of Kharkiv School of Photography and “COME IN” art gallery
“Transit” exhibition at Odesa Photo Days
Some news about our exhibition projects! MOKSOP is participating in Odesa Photo Days festilva that will take place on April 17-21 in Odesa, Ukraine
The opening of “Ridniy Kray” exhibition by “Shilo” group at COME IN art gallery
We invite you to the opening of Shilo Group “Ridniy Kray” (Homeland) on April 12, 19:00
“KOCHETOV” photobook received “UKRCONTEMPPHOTO” award
The results of the national award “Ukrcontempphoto”, established this year by Bird in Flight, were announced on March 28.
Dear friends, we have some important and exciting news!
And we are glad to announce the start of a year-long cooperation between MOKSOP and COME IN in April 2019
Interview with Victor Kochetov for Bird in Flight
Alina Sandulyak has made an interview with Victor Kochetov for Bird in Flight.
MOKSOP at Kyiv Photo Book festival
Museum of Kharkiv School of Photography is going to Kyiv Photo Book festival on February 9.
An article about Victor and Sergey Kochetovs for the British Journal of Photography
Marigold Warner has written a great article for the British Journal of Photography.