Tag Archives | Chernobyl

PRIVATE 55, p. 14-15

Diana Markosian | Chernobyl’s Desolate Zone

This year marked the 25th anniversary of the world’s worst nuclear accident. I traveled to Chernobyl (Ukraine) to document a village which was never evacuated. When I drove through the settlement, I noticed homes that had been left destroyed and abandoned.



Erik Messori | The Silence Of Chernobyl

he most terrible technological accident of human history knows: Chernobyl, once an unknown place in the rich land of the Ukraine. Now a single chilling word that still casts a dark shadow of death and contamination. Twenty-five years after the disaster that struck Europe, the tragedy continues. Many people live in villages close to the […]



Donald Weber | Bastard Eden, Our Chernobyl

Some 20 years after the nuclear reactor incident of April 26, 1986. Chernobyl lies 100 kilometers north of the capital city of Kiev, in a boreal forest of winding rivers and dark bogs.


PRIVATE 37, p. 08-09 (08-13)

Antonin Kratochvil | Chernobyl

It was the world’s worst nuclear disaster: the explosion of Chernobyl’s No. 4 nuclear reactor in Ukraine on April 26th, 1986, spread a huge cloud of radioactive dust over much of Europe.


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