Oleksandr Rupeta is a Ukrainian photographer working worldwide. He carries out short and long-term projects about political, cultural, and social life in Europe, Africa, Middle East, and Central Asia. His works highlight Ukrainian-Russian conflict, Afghan Red Crescent Society, the life of Iranian Jews community, Sufi Community in Northern Cyprus, people with disabilities in Southern African countries, Ethnic minorities in Azerbaijan, youth movements in the Balkans, etc. The photos appeared in The New York Times, The Financial Times, The Times, The Guardian, The Economist, Nature, Forbes, Playboy, Newsweek, Independent, Internazionale, Bloomberg, National Geographic Traveler, and other. Oleksandr Rupeta has cooperated with Associated Press, BBC, Lonely Planet, and National Geographic Ukraine.
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Malanka celebration in Bukovinian villages. Participants sit in front of a cemetery with fresh graves of Ukrainian soldiers. For several years I have been making a project about the Ukrainian-Russian conflict. The project consists of photos made in the period from 2014 to 2018 and showing people's life on the frontline, military and civilians training and ATO veterans daily life.