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September 27, 2022
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e-flux Shop sells artist multiples to raise funds for artists and art organizations in urgent need, continuing from many benefit events e-flux has organized over the years to respond to calamities in various parts of the world. Currently, all proceeds from the shop are donated to Dovzhenko Film Center in Ukraine.

e-flux Shop now presents an inventory of products designed by Jonas Staal, Hito Steyerl, Lawrence Weiner, Liam Gillick, Anton Vidokle, and others available soon.

In the Dawn, In the Sunset is a testament to Lawrence Weiner's iconic aesthetic, and a necessary addition for those seeking to say more with their wardrobes. Originally designed as a bus shelter poster for a screening of his animated films at Bar Laika in 2020, it is now available in a range of sizes.

Hito Steyerl's COSMOPOLITE is guaranteed to stop traffic, making it a bold statement for fashion aficionados as well as a sensible choice for bikers and pedestrians.

Itching to wear your political beliefs on your sleeve? Jonas Staal's New Unions allows you to do just that: the illustration references the artist's campaign of the same name seeking alternative solutions to transnational unionization.

Was Kocht, an apron designed by Liam Gillick, reveals what's really on the menu.

Ex Libris, a tote bag by Anton Vidokle, features the ex libris of Alexander Chizhevsky. And it’s big enough to carry a dog.

About the Oleksandr Dovzhenko National Centre in Kyiv 
The Oleksandr Dovzhenko National Centre in Kyiv has an archive of international significance with an extensive collection of Ukrainian and foreign films which includes 7,000 feature films, documentaries, and animated films, as well as thousands of archival records from the history of Ukrainian cinema. Founded in 1994 the Dovzhenko Centre has a modern climate-controlled film vault, the only film copying laboratory in Ukraine, a film museum, a media library and a publishing department. It preserves, promotes, researches, and distributes the national film heritage in Ukraine and abroad. One of its main activities is the study and restoration of the film production of the All-Ukrainian Photo Cinema Administration (VUFKU) which was founded 100 years ago in March 1922. VUFKU became one of the most successful film studios of the 1920s until it was forced to integrate into an all-Soviet film administration in 1930. Many of its leading figures were imprisoned or executed as Stalin suppressed the Ukrainian national revival in the 1930s. Ukraine and its culture are under attack again and the Centre's archive and work are in peril. Despite its important contribution to Ukrainian and world cinema the Centre has always been under-funded and the Russian invasion has left it unable to pay its staff, protect its unique archive, and continue to operate.

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