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Posters and photographs for peace

On the occasion of the war of aggression against Ukraine, the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe (MK&G) is setting a small sign of solidarity and for peace. From 8 April 2022, posters and photographs are displayed throughout the museum that in one way or another deal with the desire for peace and the country of Ukraine. The works are by internationally renowned artists from the museum's collection, such as Yoko Ono, Klaus Staeck and Rita Ostrovska. In addition, contemporary protest posters by Polish designers are on display that relate directly to the war in Ukraine. These posters are available for download and self-print. All the works are marked with the hashtag "peace" as a visible sign and reminder of this situation in the middle of Europe, which is as unreal as it is real. In addition, two façade banners take up the message of peace and transport it into the urban society.

 
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Blick auf das Museum vom Hauptbahnhof aus.

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