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|description_of_content=The painting, a mural measuring 11 meters by 5 meters, showed a flaming nuclear reactor with priests and judges semisubmerged in a vat of red liquid. A car that appeared to be carrying officials was shown plunging into the vat -- likely a reference to the numerous traffic accidents caused by officials in the country. A hodgepodge of other figures were grouped alongside, including what appeared to be the image of Iryna Krashkova, the woman who accused two police officers and a civilian of beating and raping her last month.
 
|description_of_content=The painting, a mural measuring 11 meters by 5 meters, showed a flaming nuclear reactor with priests and judges semisubmerged in a vat of red liquid. A car that appeared to be carrying officials was shown plunging into the vat -- likely a reference to the numerous traffic accidents caused by officials in the country. A hodgepodge of other figures were grouped alongside, including what appeared to be the image of Iryna Krashkova, the woman who accused two police officers and a civilian of beating and raping her last month.
 
|description_of_incident=Day before the opening of a new exhibition at Kiev’s Mystetskyi Arsenal museum, its director Natalia Zabolotna destroyed one of the pieces included in the show, a mural byVolodymyr Kuznetsov, which Zabolotna considered to be immoral. She painted the mural with a black paint.
 
|description_of_incident=Day before the opening of a new exhibition at Kiev’s Mystetskyi Arsenal museum, its director Natalia Zabolotna destroyed one of the pieces included in the show, a mural byVolodymyr Kuznetsov, which Zabolotna considered to be immoral. She painted the mural with a black paint.
|description_of_result=The trial on the recognition of censorship continues in the Ukrainian court.
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|description_of_result=The trial on the recognition of censorship in the Ukrainian court continues.
 
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|source=http://www.rferl.org/content/ukraine-art-destroyed-kuznetsov-kievan-rus-yanukovych/25058261.html
 
|source=http://www.rferl.org/content/ukraine-art-destroyed-kuznetsov-kievan-rus-yanukovych/25058261.html
 
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Artist: Volodymyr Kuznetsov

Year: 2013

Date of Action: July 25, 2013

Region: Ukraine

Location: Kyiv

Subject: Political/Economic/Social Opinion

Medium: Wall painting

Confronting Bodies: The museum Director of Mystetskyi Arsenal Museum: Natalia Zabolotna

Description of Artwork: The painting, a mural measuring 11 meters by 5 meters, showed a flaming nuclear reactor with priests and judges semisubmerged in a vat of red liquid. A car that appeared to be carrying officials was shown plunging into the vat -- likely a reference to the numerous traffic accidents caused by officials in the country. A hodgepodge of other figures were grouped alongside, including what appeared to be the image of Iryna Krashkova, the woman who accused two police officers and a civilian of beating and raping her last month.

The Incident: Day before the opening of a new exhibition at Kiev’s Mystetskyi Arsenal museum, its director Natalia Zabolotna destroyed one of the pieces included in the show, a mural byVolodymyr Kuznetsov, which Zabolotna considered to be immoral. She painted the mural with a black paint.

Results of Incident: The trial on the recognition of censorship in the Ukrainian court continues.

Source: http://www.rferl.org/content/ukraine-art-destroyed-kuznetsov-kievan-rus-yanukovych/25058261.html