The Fenix Reborn exhibition opened at the Mariupol Reborn platform in Lviv
On December 16, the exhibition "Fenix Reborn" was opened in Lviv, which shows the transformation power of art. The exposition dedicated to the theme of the Renaissance, created from the idea and inspiration of artist Olga Muravko. The idea of the exhibition is to maintain the revival of artists and to inspire visitors.
The exhibition was attended by 14 artists from different cities in Ukraine, which presented 26 copyright works. They all use different techniques and materials, but are combined by a common idea of beauty, born of struggle and rebirth.
During the curatorial excursion, the guests were able to participate in discussing the importance of art during the war. Artistic works were regarded as a tool for expressing feelings, changes in outlook and response to war. The first secretary of the French Embassy in Ukraine, Lae Lagrang, became the guest of the event.
A separate aspect of the exhibition is a book of reviews and reflections, as well as a special capacity where anyone can leave an anonymous note "What prevents you from being reborn?" During the exhibition, all these notes will be symbolically burned.
The exhibition will last until January 16 on the platform of strategic and architectural modeling Mariupol Reborn at: Lviv, Ferenc Liszt street, 6.