Prinzessinnengarten, Hermannstrasse 99-105, 12051 Berlin
open from 8am till 7pm

Large scale sculpture of a Dog changes its location. From Rummelsburger Bay it now settles in Prinzessinnengarten in Berlin, Neukoelln. The idea behind this project is based on stories about animals either left behind or misplaced during tragic events and wars. We are thinking both about the animals and about the people who are trying to save them...
Workshop for those who want to build their own pets: 10.09.22, 1-3pm

PANDA platforma, Kulturbrauerei
Knaackstra├če 97, 10435 Berlin
installation created by a group of Ukranian artists
11.09 - 11.11.22
Opening: 11.09, 7pm
Wyshywanka is an art project in which 19 Ukrainian women who fled to Berlin because of the war participated. Every one of them has brought her own story into the painting of the men's embroidered shirt. Folk ornaments are the wealth and pride of every nation. In times of struggle for the homeland, it acquires an additional meaning and becomes a symbol of the chosen path.
The project was realised with the support of the Berlin Wall Memorial Foundation. It was first shown in July 2022 in the Parliament of Trees.
The exhibition in PANDA platforma is a new version of the installation. PANDA plays a special role for people who have come to Berlin from Ukraine and we do hope that this exhibition will become an important cultural event for both Ukrainian and Berlin audiences.