MINSK, 17 March (BelTA) – BelTA's photo exhibition "The Border Between Life and Death" opened in the Mikhail Savitsky Art Gallery (15 Svobody Square, Minsk) with the support of the "Sistemnaya Pravozaschita" ["Systemic Human Rights Protection"] center on 17 March, BelTA has learned.
The exhibition features more than 100 photographs depicting the real stories and fates of migrants from different countries, including children. The exhibition aims to tell through the lens of a camera about the migrant crisis, to show the real situation on the Belarusian-Polish border.
On 20 March, the photo exhibition "The Border Between Life and Death" will move to the foyer of Minsk Railway Station (3 Privokzalnaya Square). The photos will be on display here until 26 March. From 27 March to 2 April, the photo exhibition "The Border Between Life and Death" will be on display in National Airport Minsk. The exhibition will be open 24/7; the entrance is free.
"This exhibition is very important. It shows the truth about what is happening on the border in Polish forests," said Oksana Kornilova, deputy director of Sstemnaya Pravozaschita.
According to her, this project should be seen by residents of other countries. "There is already an agreement with the Russian Federation. Most likely the first city will be Smolensk. We are planning to deploy this exhibition in the downtown to make sure the largest possible number of people see it,” Oksana Kornilova. added
Photos by Pavel Orlovsky