Pride and... pain. The exhibition, which everyone must see, is taking place in Uzhgorod (PHOTO-REPORT)
122 stories. 122 lives. 122 fates forever changed by the war.
Kyiv-based volunteers have presented a large-scale photo project "If it were not for the war". It is moving and touches the heart. But it brings not only tears. The first feeling is pride. And gratitude. To every hero and to every author.
At the presentation of the project in the "Uzhgorod" gallery, volunteers Yulia Volkova and Olena Belyachkova told about all eight parts of the project. Behind every heroine and hero, there is a unique story. And it is a part of the history of Ukraine, which is happening here and now.
At the opening, Yulia and Olena presented the project with mini-films and told many moving, special and also funny stories about the heroes of the project - heroes of Ukraine, heroes of our time. "If it were not for the war, we would not know each other. If it were not for the war, we would all be different."
Every Transcarpathian should take advantage of this opportunity and visit the "Uzhgorod" gallery. The exhibition runs until December 3 and is open daily, except Monday, from 10.00 to 18.00. And this is exactly what everyone must see! And see with the heart...
By the way, at the opening ceremony, musicians performed the chamber symphony of Dmitry Shostakovich devoted to the victims of the war; the conductor Olena Korolenko had been preparing this premiere for Uzhgorod for a long time.
More information about the history of the project and its authors and participants can be found in the social network on the page of the volunteers who created "If it were not for the war" - created for them, but also for us...
17 February 2019 11:31