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Brave Art Exhibition in Austin

La Peña Art Gallery (227 Congress Ave., Austin, TX, USA)

The whole world unites in thoughts, as on our exhibition wish board, speaks in different languages, but about the same. Other people of different countries are unanimously on our side, on the side of peace, truth, development, and civilization. They help the unconquerable country’s indomitable society to achieve victory and peace. And this peace will surely come soon. This is what the «Brave Art» exhibition is all about.

¡Gloria a Ucrania! 🇱🇷❤️🇺🇦

La Peña Art Gallery is a gallery in Austin, TX. It supports local artistic development and offers Austin residents the full spectrum of traditional and contemporary Latino Art. This time they open its doors to Ukrainian artists for the exhibition «BRAVE ART.»

We want to thank Ukrainian artists for participation and donating their artworks:


Olga Kovtun, Olya Haydamaka, Nata Levitasova, Tanbelia, Mariia, Liza Obukhovska, Olena Papka, Tanya Lytko, Denys Metelin, Yana Dulger, Inna Kharchuk, Diana Ruban, Dmytro Krishovsky, Darya Filippova, Iryna Nyavchuk, Anastasiya Bonishko, as well as Katherine Reznichenko and other artists of Gnativ Gallery.

Very Special Event

A few days ago, we started an extraordinary event for us, the Brave Art exhibition in Austin, Texas. 🇱🇷

Making exhibitions every month, we’ve managed that cultural events unite people of any age, profession, and view. The assets of Ukrainian culture cause very bright emotions in our viewers.

So this time, the unity of views towards Ukrainian art is so convincing that the gallery, which usually accepts only Latin American artists, decided to give in to its rules and kindly provided a platform for the collective exhibition 🟡 UART for this time.

Even though the city of Austin is one of the most developed modern metropolises in Texas and is a center of high technology, the selection for the exhibition is based on ethnic themes mainly. We understood that we would show Ukraine’s presence in future projects. So being on the lands of ancient settlements that are more than 10 thousand years old, it was impossible not to reveal the Ukrainian theme through images and symbolism. And for a good reason! Our visual and mythological folk essence has a lot in common with Latin America and even more with this region’s ancient culture. At first sight, local viewers felt this unity talking about common visual and generally archetypal features.

🙌🏼 We invite Austinites to see the works of Ukrainian artists in the La Peña Art Gallery to the Brave Art exhibition and everyone else to see the cultural community of the capital of the southern American state.

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