The mural in memory of the dead liquidators of the Chernobyl nuclear accident appeared inside the 5th nuclear reactor. Guido van Helten, a famous Australian artist, depicted on the wall of the reactor a photograph taken by Igor Kostin during the Chernobyl accident.
“In memory of those who lost their health and life, in memory of those who lost their loved ones in the aftermath of the explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant 30 years ago,” says a statement on the Art United Us community’s Facebook page.
In addition, the Portuguese street art artist Antonio Correia (Pantonio) has painted one of the walls on the central street of Chernobyl city in honor of the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster.
The author depicted the birth of a new life after a man-made disaster, and rabbits symbolize the return of the animals and the rebirth of all living on the territory of Chernobyl, which has been isolated for many years.
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