This exhibition of antiwar political cartoons includes recent works by renowned cartoonists from Ukraine and Russia created in response to the Russian aggression in Ukraine. The exhibition is organized by TMORA in collaboration and partnership with Minnesota artist Andrey Feldshteyn, who has worked in the genre of political cartoons for four decades. At the beginning of the war, Andrey approached a number of artists with an invitation to share their works for this exhibitions and they sent their amazing works to be displayed at TMORA.

Andrey writes, “Wars destroy human relationships. But political cartoonists inhabit a country of their own governed by the law of the genre. We collaborate in international projects, express our anti-war sentiment during war-time, and support colleagues who suffer persecution. From the first day of this war, I wanted to attract artists to a collaborative project exposing the aggressor, pointing to the perpetrator, and uniting artists against our common enemy, Putin’s regime waging a war of aggression in Ukraine.” 

The response from the international cartoonist community was overwhelmingly positive, and now TMORA presents the 4th round of this exhibition.

Say No to War: Political Cartoons by Ukrainian and Russian Artists will continue to evolve and is on view at The Museum of Russian Art until the end of the war.

Vladimir Kazanevsky 
1950, Ukraine
Kazanevsky graduated from Kharkov State University, majoring in radio physics, as well as Kiev Institute of Journalism. Currently he works is a free-lance cartoonist and writer. Kazanevsky`s art has won more than 500 prizes in International cartoon contests in fifty-three countries. He lives and works in Kiev, Ukraine.


Andrey Feldshteyn, Russia/Minnesota, USA
Born 1951, St. Petersburg (Leningrad before 1991), Russia
Exhibition Co-organizer
Cartoonist, journalist 

Andrey Feldshteyn is a book illustrator and award-winning cartoonist living in Minnesota. He graduated from the Leningrad Aviation Institute in 1975. Feldshteyn worked at the Leningrad House of Satire and Humor, Five Corners, and The Nevsky Times newspapers (head of department). Feldshteyn moved to the US in 1993 and has worked as a cartoonist, book illustrator, and organizer of international cartoon shows and competitions. He is the founder of the international forum of cartoonists “Kartunion.” His works are in the collection of the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco. 

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