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27.09.2008 - Vernissage of «Rhine on the Dnipro: collection Andreas Gursky/ Julia Stoschek» exhibition. September 27, 2008.

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© 2008 The Victor Pinchuk Foundation. Photos by Sergei Illin.


Elena Franchuk and Victor Pinchuk. © 2008 The Victor Pinchuk Foundation
Julia Stoschek, Victor Pinchuk, Andreas Gursky. © 2008 The Victor Pinchuk Foundation
Julia Stoschek, Victor Pinchuk, Andreas Gursky. © 2008 The Victor Pinchuk Foundation
Georgiy Deliev and his director. © 2008 The Victor Pinchuk Foundation
Victor Pinchuk and Ivan Marchuk. © 2008 The Victor Pinchuk Foundation
Ivan Marchuk and a guest. © 2008 The Victor Pinchuk Foundation
Dmytro Logvin, executive director of the PinchukArtCentre, Lyudmila and Leonid Kuchma. © 2008 The Victor Pinchuk Foundation
Dr. Hans-Jurgen Heimsoeth, ambassador of Germany to Ukraine and Andreas Gursky. © 2008 The Victor Pinchuk Foundation
Andreas Gursky, Julia Stoschek. © 2008 The Victor Pinchuk Foundation
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