Warsaw: opening of the exhibition "HOLODOMOR. GENOCIDE 32/33"


On November 28, Galeria Nizio in Warsaw opened the joint exhibition "HOLODOMOR. GENOCIDE 32/33", dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the Holodomor of 1932-1933.

We were pleased to welcome representatives of the diplomatic corps to our exhibition, including Azerbaijan, USA, Latvia, Estonia, Canada, the UK, Rwanda, Bulgaria, Moldova, and honorary Ambassadors of Croatia, Slovenia, and Portugal.

The exhibition was also attended by Polish entrepreneurs, gallerists, and art dealers. It was a pleasant surprise to meet the Ukrainian delegation at the exhibition, including Severin Khobzei, Orest Chemeris, Ivanna Herus, and Halyna Maivka.

The exhibition opening featured musical performances by violinist Katerina Stetsenko and pianist Alina Martjanova from the Ukrainian symphony orchestra "Nadiya" from Kharkiv. They performed works by Myroslav Skoryk, including "Melodiya" and "Elegiya," as well as a paraphrase of the Ukrainian anthem "We are!" by Yuriy Shevchenko.

We express our gratitude to the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine, Vasyl Zvarych, and Ukrainian diplomats, especially Roman Shepelyak and Vasyl Melnychuk, for their support and comprehensive assistance in organizing this exhibition in Warsaw. Thanks also to the gallery and the Nizio Foundation, represented by its founder, Mr. Myroslav Nizio, for the opportunity to present the exhibition, assistance in its organization, and engaging conversations!

The "HOLODOMOR.GENOCIDE 32/33" exhibition will run until January 2, 2024, at Inzynierska, 3, Warsaw, Poland.