The events in Odessa at 20 March 2019

What's important. Exhibition about and with the participation of people with down syndrome

20 March 2019, 12:00
category: exhibition
place: The Museum of modern art (Belinskogo St., 5)

"What is important?" Under this title in Odessa will unfold art exhibition, film screenings and performances about and with the participation of people with down syndrome. Love, sex, death or politics? "What's important" for people with/without down syndrome? The answers to these questions already know the residents and guests of Kiev, where the project was first held in October-November 2018. It's time for Odessa to plunge into the world of what is important to people with or without an extra chromosome. You will be surprised, but they are concerned about the same thing you are. Curator Lizaveta German and Maria Lanko selected about 40 works that reflect the inner world and exciting topics for people with and without down syndrome. Part of the work created with the participation of Ukrainian and German artists with down syndrome. Visitors will see installations, paintings and sculptures, applied arts and audiovisual works. Guests will also see a series of portraits of people with down syndrome German photo artist Brit Shilling. The exhibition "What is important" will be held from 6 to 31 March at the Museum of modern art. Ul Leontovich, 5 (the former St. Belinskogo). Admission is free 13 and March 21, at Impact Hub Odessa (vul. Greek, 1A) will host screenings of the tapes, affect the lives of people with an extra chromosome. Admission is free Project participants: Katya where Branca, Anne Leichtfuss, Alexander Steshenko, Stanislav Turin, Katerina Libkind, Elena Subacs, Yarema malashchuk, Roman Himey, Pavel Yurov, Alevtina Cazze, Vlodko Kaufman, Miroslav Berry, Lubomyr Tymkiv, Eugene Golubentsev, Andrew Sagaidachni, Yuri Sokolov, Kirill Protsenko, D. Kuzmich, Svetlana Selezneva, Clemens Martin, Theo Baron, Suzanne Kumpel, of Harbel Luterbach, Jean-Marie Mont, Brit Schilling and others. The Goethe-Institut in Ukraine together with German partner, TOUCHDOWN 21 explores the creative world of people with down syndrome, bringing together young center for the arts, social figures and these unusual artists in Ukraine. With the financial support of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany. Partners: Museum of Odessa modern art Impact Hub Odessa ABOUT "Sunny kids" The all-Ukrainian charitable organization "Down Syndrome" #civilsocietycooperation #whatisimportant

The poster of the event — What's important. Exhibition about and with the participation of people with down syndrome in The Museum of modern art
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