“When you can laugh at your enemy, you are less afraid of them”
Forty artists responded to the call. The works come mainly from Ukraine as well as from elsewhere in Europe, from Israel, and even from Russia.
We wanted to
change the mood in the country, explains Tatiana Chichkaliuk, one of the leaders of the national tourism association.
These views on war are often dark, and bloody. Hope and humor still occupy a small place.
Over the past few weeks, the works have been exhibited in the main cities of Ukraine.
When you can laugh at your enemy, you are less afraid of him says Tatiana Chichkaliuk.
This summer, the cartoons will be exhibited in Europe, notably in Poland, Denmark, and France. The idea is to fight against the apathy that gradually sets in.
We fear that the West will grow weary of this crisis. We hope this exhibition will bring attention back to the country, but in a different way.