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The war through the eyes of Max Levin – a photojournalist who died in the Kiev region

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Max’s photographs are impressive in their power. He showed life and its destruction by the Russian invaders. See the latest work of the documentary

Photographer and documentary maker Max Levin was killed by occupiers with two shots from small arms, according to the Office of the Prosecutor General / Photo: Collage: Today

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Yesterday, April 1, after a long search near the village of Guta Mezhigorskaya in the Kiev region, the police found the dead photographer and documentary filmmaker Max Levin. There was no communication with him for almost 2 weeks. And here is the terrible news. According to Lb.ua, Max, accompanied by a serviceman Alexei Chernyshev, went to Guta Mezhigorsk on March 13 to document the consequences of the Russian occupation. They left the car and went towards the village of Moshchun. Since then, the connection with both men has disappeared.

Chernyshev’s whereabouts are still unknown.

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War in Ukraine / Photo: Maks Levin

Max Levin was born on July 7, 1981 in the Kiev region. In his youth, he attended a photo circle and shot on a mirror “Kyiv-98”. After school, he was educated as a computer systems engineer at the Kiev Polytechnic Institute and worked as a photojournalist. He has worked as a photojournalist, documentary photographer and cameraman for many Ukrainian and international publications.

Max devoted more than 10 years to work in LB.ua. He also worked with Reuters, BBC, Associated Press and others. Her pictures have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, TIME, ELLE, Vatican news, Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) and many others.

The publication recalls his words:

Kozhen is a Ukrainian photographer to create a photo, like a war.

Max did more. Since the beginning of the invasion, many publications have received from him a link to Google Drive with pictures from the front line. They are impressive.

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War in Ukraine / Photo: Maks Levin

War in Ukraine

War in Ukraine / Photo: Maks Levin

Max left four children, a common-law wife and parents. You can help Max’s family by transferring funds to the cards of his relatives:

Monobank: 4441 1144 2033 5646 – Zoryana Stelmakh;

PrivatBank: 5168 7574 0312 2528 – Inna Varenitsa.

The family will announce the date and place of farewell to Max Levin in the near future.

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War in Ukraine / Photo: Maks Levin

War in Ukraine

War in Ukraine / Photo: Maks Levin

War in Ukraine

War in Ukraine / Photo: Maks Levin

War in Ukraine

War in Ukraine / Photo: Maks Levin

War in Ukraine

War in Ukraine / Photo: Maks Levin

War in Ukraine

War in Ukraine / Photo: Maks Levin

War in Ukraine

War in Ukraine / Photo: Maks Levin

War in Ukraine

War in Ukraine / Photo: Maks Levin

War in Ukraine

War in Ukraine / Photo: Maks Levin

War in Ukraine

War in Ukraine / Photo: Maks Levin

War in Ukraine

War in Ukraine / Photo: Maks Levin

War in Ukraine

War in Ukraine / Photo: Maks Levin

War in Ukraine

War in Ukraine / Photo: Maks Levin

War in Ukraine

War in Ukraine / Photo: Maks Levin

Earlier we talked about how Ukrainians adapted to the war and what a military psychologist thinks about it.

Source: Segodnya

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