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The exhibition “We Are People” is on the rise

On Wednesday, July 8th, Galeria Labirynt is going to host the second opening of the “We Are People” exhibition. Some new works are going to appear in the gallery.

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

During the exhibition opening, on June 24th, the head of Galeria Labirynt encouraged artists to join the exhibition and show opposition through their works. The exhibition is on the rise during its duration – more and more artists decide to show their works. The exhibition “We Are People” with new works is on display from Wednesday, July 8th. We would like to invite you to the exhibition opening at 6:00 p.m. Admission is free of charge.

Artists: Marta Bogdańska, Daniel Kotowski, Ludomir Franczak, Martyna Gart, Gabryś the Prince, Wojciech Gilewicz, Mikołaj Grabowski, Sara Herczyńska, Bartosz Jakubowski, Anna Jankojć, Kamil Kak, Anton Karyuk, Bartek Kiełbowicz, Daniel Kotowski, Grzegorz Kozera, Kornel Leśniak, Izabela Maciejewskia, Marta Maliszewska, Krzysiek Oleksiak, Jacek Poniedziałek, Sergey Shabohin, Syreny TV (Ewa Majewska, Aleka Polis), Elwira Sztetner, Agata Sztorc.

Photos from the first opening can be found HERE

More information about the exhibition: HERE

“We Are People” exhibition
ul. ks. J. Popiełuszki 5
08/07/2020 at 6:00 p.m.
The exhibition on display until 14/08/2020
Curator: Waldemar Tatarczuk
Entrance tickets: https://labirynt.com/bilety/
Opening of the exhibition – free admission