24-8-2023 - 10-9-2023

Galeria Labirynt

About the exhibition

Project author, Marina Górska (Kyiv, Ukraine), after the full-scale russian* invasion (which took place on February 24, 2022), she began creating patriotic posters aimed at attracting and maintaining public attention on the events currently unfolding in Ukraine.

Exhibition opening: 24/08/2023 (Thursday), 6:00 p.m.
Where: Open Antifascist Studio, square in front of Galeria Labirynt
Accessibility: the exhibition is located in the windows of the OSA in front of the building.
The exhibition is visible from the pavement level. Description of the exhibition available in Polish Sign Language – after scanning the QR code.
Opening interpreted into Polish Sign Language, interpreter: Marta Stępniak and into Ukrainian.
Exhibition on display: until 10/09/2023
Admission: free

“Through art, I try to convey this message to as many people as possible: BE BRAVE LIKE UKRAINE! #STAND WITH UKRAINE! And also: LET’S STAND TOGETHER! LET’S STAND TOGETHER! BECAUSE TOGETHER WE CAN DO MORE! UNITY is OUR MAIN WEAPON,” says the artist.

The exhibition opens on August 24 on Independence Day of Ukraine. The exhibition consists of posters, which the author used during rallies and individual pickets in support of the Ukrainian people and which were placed in the premises of the Consulate General of Ukraine in Lublin. The aim of the exhibition is to draw public attention to the crimes committed by the russian federation in Ukraine and to highlight the strength, perseverance, unity and steadfastness of the Ukrainian people in the struggle for its Independence.

The main image of the exhibition is “I – UKRAINE. 32 YEARS OF THE INDEPENDENCE. 32 WORDS”. On the canvas in the colours of the Ukrainian flag, 32 words are written, each with the letter “Я” (from Ukrainian “I”). Looking at these words, so simple and so close, the viewer understands that these words are actions that take place every day. They are a kind of story about the daily rhythm of every Ukrainian’s life, and all Ukrainians together are our INDEPENDENT, PERSISTENCE, STRONG, FREE, UNITED and INDEPENDENT UKRAINE!
(excerpts from the author’s text)

*the word “russia” is deliberately written in lower case, expressing the political decision of the author of the text, who believes that a country carrying out armed aggression does not deserve to be written with a capital letter.




Polish, Ukrainian




Marina Górska

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