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Culture minister praises Warsaw exhibition of anti-war posters

26.05.2022 07:30
Poland's culture minister has praised a Warsaw exhibition of posters documenting Russia’s assault on Ukraine, saying that items from the show should be displayed in cities nationwide as a form of protest.
Polands Deputy Prime Minister and Culture Minister Piotr Gliński attends an exhibition of posters about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Victory Day, at the Centre for Contemporary Art (CSW) in Warsaw, on Wednesday, May 25, 2022.
Poland's Deputy Prime Minister and Culture Minister Piotr Gliński attends an exhibition of posters about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, "Victory Day," at the Centre for Contemporary Art (CSW) in Warsaw, on Wednesday, May 25, 2022.PAP/Paweł Supernak

Piotr Gliński made the remarks after attending the show at Warsaw’s Centre for Contemporary Art (CSW) on Wednesday, Polish state news agency PAP reported.

Entitled Victory Day, the exhibition features 40 posters by Poland’s Wojciech Korkuć and Ukraine’s Andriy Yermolenko. The works “document Russia’s invasion and the heroic resistance of Ukraine,” organisers said. 

Gliński told reporters that the posters carried an important anti-war message.

He described Victory Day as “a very significant exhibition depicting the war in Ukraine,” adding that he was happy the posters could be seen at the Warsaw gallery.

'We would like these posters to appear in the cityscape'

Gliński, who is also a deputy prime minister in Poland's government, offered to “help put these posters on display around the capital.”

"We would like these posters to appear in the cityscape," he said.

“We also encourage the mayors of all Polish cities and those in charge of public spaces to make use of this form of communication,” he added. 

Gliński also said that Russia’s war on Ukraine could continue for a long time, “as that seems to be the strategy of this killer, Putin, and we have to speak out against it.” 

Victory Day runs at Warsaw’s CSW until Thursday.

Thursday is day 92 of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

(pm/gs)

Source: PAP, gov.plu-jazdowski.pl