MYPH School Releases NFT Collection to Support Ukrainian Artists and the People of Ukraine

Tuesday, April 12, 2022
MYPH School Releases NFT Collection to Support Ukrainian Artists and the People of Ukraine

MYPH VOL.1, the debut NFT collection of the MYPH community consists of 70+ authors and 300+ photos from all over Ukraine, school mentors and invited guests - friends of the MYPH school. Half of the raised funds will be transferred to the needs of the artists.

The school “MYPH” was founded by Ukrainian photographer Sergey Melnitchenko in 2018.

It’s main task is to expand the scope of consciousness and understanding of modern conceptual and art photography among photographers. The main task of the school is not only education, but also further assistance in promoting the work of our graduates among galleries, specialized publications and collectors around the world.

MYPH VOL.1, the debut NFT collection of the MYPH community consists of 70+ authors and 300+ photos from all over Ukraine, school mentors and invited guests - friends of the MYPH school. Half of the raised funds will be transferred to the needs of the artists. Many of them were left unemployed due to the war in Ukraine and any possibility of supporting themselves and their families. Another 50% of the funds will go towards humanitarian aid for the people of Ukraine!

About Sergey Melnitchenko
Sergey Melnitchenko was born in 1991 in Mykolayiv, Ukraine. Started photography in 2009. In 2018 – founder of school of conceptual and art photography MYPH. Member of UPHA – Ukrainian Photo Alternative. In recent years, he has participated in more than 100 solo and group exhibitions around the world. Winner of Ukrainian and international contests including “Leica Oskar Barnack Award Newcomer” in 2017 (Berlin), “Photographer of the Year” in 2012, 2013 and 2016 (Kyiv, Ukraine), “Golden Camera” in 2012 (Kyiv, Ukraine). Shortlisted for Krakow Photomonth in 2013 and Pinchuk Art Center Prize in 2015, among others. Participant of “Paris Photo”, “Volta Art Fair”, “Photo L.A.”, Photo Basel, etc. Nominated on “Foam Paul Huf Award” in 2020. Sergey’s works are in private and public collections in USA, Hong Kong, Ukraine, Russia, Poland, France, Germany, Belgium, Lithuania and Czech Republic.

 

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