Exhibiting artists: Radovan Čerevka, Lucia Dovičáková, Liubov Holubkyna, Oto Hudec, Kinder Album, Dávid Koronczi, Mykola Kovalenko, Daniela Krajčová, Marcel Mališ, Milan Mikuláštík, Kvet Nguyen, Fernanda Ortiz, Jozef Pilát, Kasha Potrohosh, Sestry Feldman, Ivana Šáteková, Ján Triaška, Olja Triaška Stefanović and children from Ukraine
Pistoriho palác; Štefánikova 25, Bratislava
Opening: September 25, 2022 at 5 p.m.
The exhibition will be on till October 30 2022.
Facebook event: www.facebook.com/events/1116382098969897
Curators: Lenka Kukurová, Nina Vidovencová
Since the Putin's aggresion in Ukraine has started, the European society mainly is faced with a reality, few considered real. Peace, that used to be an empty concept and we considered it an automatic status is once again the main mission of human effort. After months of life in a new European reality, a time has come for the question of how's the war changing our society. Lot of people helped strangers in need. Can this solidarity wave persist? Will it rebuild the society, similarly to the time after the WWII? And on what base? How will we rethink relationships - towards aggresive people, refugees, to different nationalities, our surroundings, natural resources or the abuse of political power, that wars cause?