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Tolerance Poster Show on the SNP Bridge in Bratislava, Slovakia

On August 16th, the Tolerance Poster Show opened, very symbolically on the Bridge SNP (Most SNP), which is connecting two parts of the city of Bratislava in Slovakia. The show will be open until October 7th 2020.

Robert Paršo, who curated show, selected 70 posters to be displayed on the bridge.

We are grateful to Robert  Paršo, who in cooperation with BKIS (Bratislava Cultural and Information Center), made this show possible.













Cover of the program for Cultural Summer 2020 in Bratislav.




Short video of the installation.


Video of the show.


You can read article from 
WebNoviny here.

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