Lviv, Rynok Square, March 2022. Installation "Price of war”. 109 baby strollers symbolise the loss of 109 children since the beginning of the occupation. “Until the sky will be closed and protected, as long as this war is going on, we will continue losing innocent lives!” says the photographer Kateryna Moskalyuk.
Kateryna Moskalyuk is a journalist and documentary photographer from Lviv, Ukraine. Her work has been published in a number of different publications including Bird in Flight, The Ukrainians, Kunsht and Focus. Her photography has also been included in a variety of international exhibitions including the Pokrova Photo Vernissage, Life Press Photo, and the Sony World Photography Awards.
Prior to the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, she worked on a variety of sensitive topics including photographing and recording the stories of families raising children with disabilities, communicating with visually impaired people and creating photo stories about supported housing. Now, she is documenting the consequences of the war—the flow of people at the stations; the life of internally displaced people in container towns and numerous shelters in Lviv; volunteers who make camouflage nets for Ukrainian soldiers, prepare free lunches, deliver humanitarian aid and provide shelter to homeless animals, as well as preserve the stories of people who survived the occupation in Bucha, Borodyanka, Hostomel.