As part of the Motanka festival in the German capital, curators Yevhen Lapchenko and Anna Avetova will present a unique exhibition, "Rozgostitsa," in the heart of Berlin on August 25-27. This fascinating exhibition aims to reveal the synchronization of Ukrainian art with European culture and to provide a new interpretation of the concept of home in the modern world.
"Rozgostitsa" will gather a wide range of artists in one place who use their diverse creative approaches to reflect the depth of their world perception. Through various works, the exhibition will show the versatility of Ukrainian and European art and its universality in the contemporary global context.
The word "Rozgostitsa!" expresses the essence of any guest who feels at home but within a new environment. For anyone who has lost their home, the search for comfort in a new environment is a personal crisis that should lead to an understanding of what is needed to feel at home.
Home is a source of strength, where the material and the spiritual, the personal and the universal, the past and the future meet. It is filled with energy that spreads in space and time. It gives us meaning in life and hope for the continuation of our stories. Home embodies our human existence and our desire for harmony, growth, and cognition.
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