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"Reverberate Ukraine" by Alexey Kondakov / Alexey Kondakov (Ukraine, born 1984) You Can't Even Imagine It ( )

Lot 1
Alexey Kondakov
(Ukraine, born 1984)
You Can't Even Imagine It (ЦЕ ВАЖКО УЯВИТИ)
3 – 19 May 2022, 17:30 BST
London, New Bond Street

Sold for £1,000

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Alexey Kondakov (Ukraine, born 1984)

You Can't Even Imagine It (ЦЕ ВАЖКО УЯВИТИ) Non-Fungible Token ERC-1155
Digitally edited photograph, executed in March 2022, token minted on OpenSea 27 April 2022.

Smart Contract Address: 0x495f947276749Ce646f68AC8c248420045cb7b5e

Token ID: 13618558155307961929995761380393679325087214702391716721124050758296208932865

Token Standard: ERC-1155

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100% of the auction proceeds and all royalties from secondary sales will be donated to World Central Kitchen, a non-profit organization that is providing fresh, nourishing meals to people in Ukraine and those displaced in neighbouring countries,

This work is a Non-Fungible Token ('NFT') , Payment in ETHEREUM is accepted for this lot, for applicable terms please see UK Conditions of Sale for Buyers of NFT's:


"This artwork is about understanding and feeling war in your home. It's hard to imagine it. No one wants to think about it, everyone thinks that they have a lucky ticket in life. And it's easy to stay away if you don't know what war is and you just get tired of seeing the news. Unfortunately, only those who have seen the war can truly understand.

The photograph was taken near Lukyanivska metro station, which is near the centre of Kyiv. A Russian missile hit the civilian house early morning on March 15."

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