Ukrainian artists at Passion for Freedom Exhibition at Mall Galleries, 21-26 September 2015

September 1, 2015 • Cultural, Past Events • Views: 1401



Monday 21st September – Friday 25th September

Opening hours daily: 10am – 5pm

Closing day: until 3 pm.


Mall Galleries, London, SW1


Free. Private view on 21st September – invitation only.

Passion for Freedom Art Festival is a large showcase representing the world of freedom. Artworks are carefully selected by an independent jury from the most promising contemporary artists who want to share their stories with the public,willing to change something in their hearts and minds.

The sheer variety of work presented each year is what makes Passion for Freedom Festival an annual highlight of the cultural and freedom calendar. This year, as ever, the public will get the chance to select their favourite artists and vote for the best work.

The world’s largest freedom festival open-entry exhibition represents traditional and cross-media art, which will be presented together with ten selected books, and ten renowned journalists. Three visual artists will be nominated for General Awards and three film productions will receive Freedom Film Awards. The audience will vote for their favourite piece of art for the People’s Choice Freedom Award during the private view.

There will be works by two Ukrainian artists: Olga Brown and Natali Formosa. Olga Brown will present her most recent work “Nadiya Savchenko: Putin’s Hostage”. The work dedicated to Nadiya Savchenko, brave Ukrainian pilot woman, kidnapped and illegally detained in Russia, will be exhibited on September 21-26. Just the same time as the world will be witnessing yet other travesty of justice on the Savchenko case in Russian court.

Please come and support Olga and vote for her work!


More information about the Festival here.

Check other works of Olga Brown here.

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