Photo Exhibition Crimea: Hidden Stories of Occupation

Over the last four years, journalist and photographer Anton Naumlyuk has documented the darker side of the Russian occupation of Crimea.

Reporting from the court rooms, streets and kitchens of Crimea, Naumlyuk’s tell the stories Moscow seeks to suppress: Here are the images of people who have been beaten by police or whose relatives have been framed in flawed trials; here are the stories of the children of those who vanquish in Russian prisons or disappeared without a trace.

Naumljuk has been reporting for Vice News, The Guardian and Radio Free, among others. His exhibition has guested Los Angeles, Bruxelles and Istanbul, and The Norwegian Helsinki Committee will now bring the exhibition to the Oslo Freedom Forum with the generous help of the Fritt Ord foundation.

Don’t miss this powerful exhibition telling the stories of fatherless children of activists and Crimean Tatars that will be open for all at Spikersuppa Square in Oslo from 27th of May, and for Oslo Freedom Forum participants at Det Norske Teatret 29th and 30th of May.