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“We Are People” exhibition guided tours

Let us guide you around! On Saturday, August 8th, two guided tours of the exhibition “We Are People” are going to take place at Galeria Labirynt. Free admission.

The intervention collective exhibition “We Are People” was created in response to the homophobic attacks of President Andrzej Duda on LGBT+ community. The exhibition aims to show that the artistic community is not indifferent to homophobia and all forms of discrimination.

During the guided tour, the works presented at the exhibition are going to be discussed, as well as selected topics raised by the artists, such as social exclusion, equality of love, discrimination on the basis of origin. We are also going to talk about the language of discrimination.

The exhibition presents the works of over forty artists. In the exhibition room you can see: videos, collages, photos, banners and posters.

For safety reasons we limited the number of people participating in the event. Compulsory registration via email at: edu@labirynt.com

We would also like to remind that face and mouth coverings must be worn throughout the whole event. We regularly disinfect surfaces in the gallery and provide hand sanitiser.

More information about the exhibition > https://labirynt.com/en/jestesmy-ludzmi/

08/08/2020, at 3:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.

Guided tour at 5:00 p.m. is going to be translated into the Polish sign language (PJM), interpreter: Ewelina Lachowska.

Galeria Labirynt, ul. ks. J. Popiełuszki 5

Free admission, compulsory registration via email at: edu@labirynt.com

The events are going to be held in Polish.

Guide: Krystian Kamiński