|Menno Aden, Gert-Jan Akerboom, Clara Bahlsen, Felix Baxmann, Nils Blau, Pedro Boese, Bram Braam, Bretz/Holliger, Martim Brion, Philippine de Salaberry, Rutger de Vries, Maurice Doherty, Knut Eckstein, Carlos Enfedaque, Finja Sander & Daniel M.E. Schaal, Peter Freitag, Christine Gedeon, Gfeller + Hellsgård, Pierre Granoux, Ben Greber, Jens Hausmann, Sebastian Heiner, Sabine Herrmann, Marianna Ignataki, Sibylle Jazra, Jase Kala, Klaus Killisch, Alana Lake, Ignacio Lobera, Birgit Maaß, Frank Pietras, Kristina Popov, Mona Schmidtke, Miron Schmückle, Sir Güdel, Ties Ten Bosch, Aldo van den Broek, Marta Vovk|
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FREE SPACE (FOR UKR)
LAGE EGAL supports the Ukrainian people, the Russian peace protesters, the Ukrainian diaspora in Germany and in Europe. We pay special attention to the struggling workers in the arts and culture sector.
Concretely we have decided in collaboration with artists and friends of the gallery to dedicate a FREE SPACE (one or two walls visible from outside) at LAGE EGAL open to anyone who wishes to exhibit a work of art in reaction to the current situation, or who wishes to donate a work. The particularity is to give a real free exhibition space in the gallery to present the works of the artists who wish to engage for peace in Ukraine and to help the populations endangered by the aggression of the forces directed by Putin.
In case of donation 100% of the money will go directly to an initiative in support of Ukraine.
All funds raised will go to the Berlin-based non-profit association MitOst e.V.
„MitOst coordinates the collaborative efforts of civil society organisations that are directly supporting on-the-ground efforts to secure people, provide protection, facilitate evacuations, and connect to temporary accommodation. Our role involves bridging communications, directing financial support, needs assessments and connecting networks and offers of support.
MitOst has been active in Ukraine for over two decades and is part of a strong, decentralised network of independent initiatives, dedicated professionals and cross-sectoral stakeholders working in the fields of democratic and human rights, arts and culture, (non-formal) education, media etc.
Currently, there are over 80 organisations and 400 individuals active throughout this network. They include politicians, civil servants, activists, artists, educators, facilitators, journalists and business people.“
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