Poster biennale

The International Socio-Political Poster Biennale is an initiative of the International Youth Meeting Centre in order to organise an artistic forum in Oświęcim or the exchange of views on the most topical global contemporary issues that has met with interest by many renowned artists from all over the world. Creative for human rights — the motto of the biennale — reflects both the Youth Meeting Centre's educational work programme, which is based on the history of Auschwitz Concentration Camp, as well as our efforts to build up civic society. During the Oświęcim Academy Symposium at the Youth Meeting Centre in January 2010, Professor Jerzy Buzek, Chairman of the European Parliament, said: A civilisation of human rights needs to stem from a culture created with respect for the dignity of man, his natural freedom, and, in the public space — within a state and internationally — with respect for the principle of solidarity. These words express fully the idea behind the Poster Biennale. The timelessness of the Auschwitz message makes possible a wide public debate about the violation of human rights. The art presented expresses concerns about a wide range of issues; from tolerance, environmental concerns, equality of rights and the influence of the state on the life of its citizens, to racism, violence, and the violation of the rights of children, women, and minorities.

Coming from such a unique place, we hope that the 'voice from Oświęcim' will have a decisive impact and be able to penetrate today's all-pervading information overload to reach the deepest level of social awareness. We believe that the many urgent problems of today's society can only be resolved by civic society itself reacting to danger. Artists are our natural allies. Their talents, their sensitivity, and their sense of perception allow for a truly exceptional diagnosis of the reality in which we live. In such a context, the poster seems the most eloquent form of expression of the artist’s commentary, whilst also reaching the broadest audience possible.

2016 - 6th Biennale

  • 2016 - VI Biennale

    294 artists from 27 countries (Poland, Czech Republic, Russia, Lithuania, Taiwan, Mexico, China, Slovakia, Turkey, Germany, Serbia, Hungary, Argentina, Japan, Ukraine, Greece, Iran, Belarus, Ecuador, Great Britain, France, South Korea, Switzerland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Austria, Jordan and USA) participated in our competition. From 594 posters sent to us by artists, 81 qualified for the competition exhibition
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The jury of the Sixth International Socio-Political Poster Biennale met at the International Youth Meeting Centre (IYMC) in Oświęcim, Poland, on the 1st of June 2016.

The members of the jury:

  1. Prof. Władysław Pluta, Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków, Poland- chairman;
  2. Krzyszytof Dydo, Cracow Poster Gallery, Poland;
  3. Peter Grohmann, AnStifter Foundation, Stuttgart, Germany;
  4. Sebastian Kubica, University of Silesia in Katowice, Institute of Art in Cieszyn, Poland;
  5. Leszek Szuster, IYMC Director, Oświęcim, Poland;
  6. Paweł Warchoł, Curator of the Biennale, Oświęcim, Poland;
  7. Chao Yang, College of Technology and Art, Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute, China;
  8. Elmar Zorn, Munich, Germany.

294 artists from 27 countries (Poland, Czech Republic, Russia, Lithuania, Taiwan, Mexico, China, Slovakia, Turkey, Germany, Serbia, Hungary, Argentina, Japan, Ukraine, Greece, Iran, Belarus, Ecuador, Great Britain, France, South Korea, Switzerland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Austria, Jordan and USA) participated in our competition. From 594 posters sent to us by artists, 81 qualified for the competition exhibition.

The jury awarded the following prizes:

  • 1st Prize - Tomasz Bogusławski (Poland), “Never again…”
  • 2nd Prize - Justyna Jędrysek (Poland), “West-East Imigration”
  • 3rd Prize - Faldin Family (Russia), “Conflict”
  • City of Dachau Prize - Mingliang Li (China), “Berlin Wall”
  • AnStifter Foundation Prize - YiMing Liu (China), “Freedom of speech”
  • Rector of the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków Prize: Linas Spurga Jr (Lithuania), “Freedom of Speech”
  • Rector of the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice Prize: Faldin Family (Russia), “Nature Morte”
  • Józef Hołard Prize funded by Rector of the University of Silesia in Katowice: Piotr Depta (Poland), “Greece”
  • Association of Polish Artists and Designers Prize: Marta Tomczyk (Poland), “Uchodźcy”

Honourable mentions were awarded to:

  • Mario Fuentes (Ecuador), “Excess baggage”
  • Biwei Zhu (China), “Ask Confucius”
  • Szymon Szymankiewicz (Poland), “25 Mbp”
  • Jochen Stankowski (Germany), “Za dużo oręża”
  • Bela Faragó (Hungary), “Human Rights”
  • Wu Zhonghao (China), “Nanjing massacre 70”
  • Lex Drewinski (Germany), “Li(f)e”
  • Iwona Rypesc-Kostovic (Poland), “EGO-ECO”

Posters Qualified for the Competition Exhibition:

  • Krzysztof Białowicz (Poland), „User’s manual”
  • Andrzej Błażejczyk (Poland), „Facebook nowa broń”
  • Andrzej Błażejczyk (Poland), „Religie – równoprawność” (triptych)
  • Tomasz Bogusławski (Poland), „WWI/WWII/WWIII”
  • Xin-Yuan Chen (Taiwan), „The Web of islamic”
  • Filip Ciślak (Poland), „Europe 2016”
  • Daali (France), „If it’s not happening in our country….”
  • Agnieszka Dajczak (Poland), „Where is longer live”
  • Piotr Depta (Poland), „Loading”
  • Lex Drewinski (Germany), „Play with fire”
  • Virag Doczi (Austria), „Ohne Titel”
  • Aneta Drohomirecka (Poland), „Wspomnienie z dzieciństwa”
  • Aneta Drohomirecka (Poland), „Dzieci to nie śmieci”
  • Alice Drueding, Joe Scorsone (USA), „Fistula”
  • Faldin Family (Russia), „Peace”
  • Sha Feng (China), „The right to decide”
  • Sha Feng (China), „Wife? Doll?”
  • Erick Ginard (Mexico), „Fundamental right”
  • Magdalena Grzegorzek (Poland), „Hate”
  • Wesam Mazhar Haddad (Jordan), „Cradle of Tortured Peace”
  • Alexey Ivanitskiy (Russia), „Alcoholism in the family”
  • Maja Janczak, Ewa Morzyk (Poland), „Dzieci i ryby głosu nie mają”
  • Peter Javorik (Slovakia), „Life is beautiful”
  • Tomasz Kipka (Poland), „Prawdza czy fałsz”
  • Łukasz Kliś (Poland), „Let’s talk”
  • Oswald Korczyński (Poland), „Choice”
  • Monika Kościuszko (Poland), „What’s worse”
  • Aleksandra Kozarzewska (Poland), „Justice”
  • Scott Laserow (USA), „Refugee”
  • Stefan Lechwar (Poland), „No news”
  • Lin Lin (China), „Hit me now”
  • Yana Mosnytska (Ukraine), „Strzeż język ojczysty”
  • Natalia Nikoulina (England), „Crisis”
  • Mohadeseh Maleki (Iran), „With brights lights“
  • Eric Mayen (Germany), „Refugees Welcome”
  • Yana Mosnytska (Ukraine), „Stop terrorism”
  • Marek Osman (Poland), Jeszcze jedno takie zwycięstwo”
  • Mehdi Saaedi (Iran), „Photo edition”
  • Mehdi Saaedi (Iran), „Homing the visual”
  • Chen Hsiao-Shuang (Taiwan), „Fashion victim”
  • Jacek Staniszewski (Poland), „Refugees”
  • Jochen Stankowski (Germany), „Miteinander”
  • Justyna Stefańczyk (Poland), „Uchodźcy”
  • Renato Tagli, Sabina Oberholzer (Switzerland), „City”
  • Fangye Tan (China), „I want to learn”
  • Nicos Terzis (Greece), „Pokój - portret własny”
  • Nicos Terzis (Greece), „Noah’s Ark of the 21st Century”
  • Grzegorz Tomasiak (Poland), „My icon”
  • Hsu Tzu-Yuan (Taiwan), „Co2”
  • Li Wei (China), „Detechement A”
  • Marcin Urbańczyk (Poland), „Choose your environment”
  • Shiau-Rou Wang (Taiwan), „End child marriage”
  • Ewa Włostowska (Poland), „CO2”
  • Magdalena Wosik (Poland), „STOP! GMO“
  • Yin (China), „When buying air”
  • Zhang Yulian (China), „Black or white”
  • Zhang Yulian (China), „Communicate”
  • Qingqi Zhou (China), „Standard”
  • Wanjiang Zhu (China), „Racial equality”
  • Agnieszka Ziemiszewska (Poland), „Dywan”
  • Agnieszka Ziemiszewska (Poland), „Lanscaped”
  • Leszek Żebrowski (Poland), „Putin”

2014 - 5th Biennale

  • 2014 - V Biennale

    142 artists from 18 countries (Poland, Russia, Lithuania, Taiwan, Czech Republic, Mexico, China, Italy, Slovakia, Turkey, Germany, Serbia, Argentina, Japan, Ukraine, Greece, Iran and USA) participated in our competition. From 312 posters sent to us by artists, 72 were qualified for the competition exhibition.
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142 artists from 18 countries (Poland, Russia, Lithuania, Taiwan, Czech Republic, Mexico, China, Italy, Slovakia, Turkey, Germany, Serbia, Argentina, Japan, Ukraine, Greece, Iran and USA) participated in our competition. From 312 posters sent to us by artists, 72 were qualified for the competition exhibition.

The Jury of the Fifth International Socio-Political Poster Biennale debated at the International Youth Meeting Centre (IYMC) in Oświęcim, Poland, on 28 May 2012. The members of the Jury: Prof. Werner Schaub, Bundesverbandes Bildender Künstlerinnen und Künstler, Internationalen Gesellschaft der Bildenden Künste in Berlin, Germany – chairman; Prof. Józef Hołard, the University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland; Peter Grohmann, the AnStifter Foundation of Stuttgart, Germany; Krzysztof Dydo, the Poster Gallery in Kraków, Poland; Paweł Warchoł, outstanding graphic artist, curator of the Biennale, Oświęcim, Poland; Leszek Szuster, IYMC Director, Oświęcim, Poland; Bożena Grzywa, IYMC, Oświęcim, Poland.

The Jury made the following Awards:

  • 1st Prize SEBASTIAN KUBICA (Poland) for the poster „Compromise”
  • 2nd Prize NICOS TERZIS (Greece) for the poster „Mayday”
  • 3rd Prize ALICE DRUEDING and JOE SCORSONE (USA) for the poster „Global hunger”
  • AnStifter Foundation Prize: PRZEMYSŁAW BUKOWSKI (Poland) for the poster „Face to face”
  • Rector of the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków Prize: LESZEK ŻEBROWSKI (Poland) for the poster „Nie truj”
  • Rector of the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice Prize: HALINA HOŁUBOWA (Ukraine) for the poster „Crime scene”
  • Rector of the Higher Technical School in Katowice Prize: LUO XI (China) for the poster „Re-strictions of Internet”

Honourable mentions were awarded to:

  • 1. MARCELINA RYDELEK (Poland) for the poster „Hunger”
  • 2. BRYABRIN ILYA (Russia) for the poster „WE Differences unite us”
  • 3. ZHANG YONG (China) for the poster “Women’s rights violation”

Posters Qualified for the Competition Exhibition:

  • Wojciech Osuchowski (Poland) – „Socjotechnika”
  • Linas Spurga Jr. (Lithuania) – „Atlas”
  • Linas Spurga Jr. (Lithuania) – „Bombardment”
  • Wen-Hsuan Chu (Taiwan) – „A monster in the office”
  • Yen-han Chen (Taiwan) – „Peace begins with love”
  • Yia-Ying Lin (Taiwan) „Help me”
  • Yi-Wen Wang (Taiwan) „How lucky you are”
  • Mario Fuentes (Ecuador) „Bones”
  • Przemysław Bukowski (Poland) „Nie ma dzieci, są ludzie”
  • Katarzyna Okraszewska (Poland) „The face of racism revealed (Black)”
  • Vincenzo Fagnani (Italy) „Human right”
  • Jie-Yin Ding (Taiwan) – „Child abuse”
  • Petr Belák (Czech) „Dirty Job/Money shit”
  • Sophia Shih (Taiwan) „Women’s rights”
  • Piotr Kaczmarek (Poland) „Stop war, make art!”
  • Filip Tofil (Poland) „I love you 1”
  • Urszula Janowska (Poland) „Piggybank”
  • Jacek Tofil (Poland) „Total surufilance becoming reality/Totalna ingwigilacja stała się rze-czywistością”
  • Ewa Włostowska (Poland) „Euro”
  • Józef Radwański (Poland) „Jan Karski 1914-2014”
  • Justyna Rybak (Poland) „Stary jary”
  • Luiza Kempińska (Poland) „Wojna”
  • Sebastian Kubica (Poland) „Choroby autoimmunologiczne – reumatoidalne zapalenie stawów”
  • Ertan Toy (Turkey) „We all have the same beginning”
  • Jan Bajtlik (Poland) „F…racism”
  • Lex Drewinski (Germany/ Poland) „Free Pussy Riot”
  • Lex Drewinski (Germany/ Poland) „I am human”
  • Iwona Cichy (Poland) „Animal abuse. It hurts”
  • Agnieszka Ziemiszewska (Poland) „Poglądy Polityczne/Political views”
  • Sha Feng / Feng Mengqi (China) „The Blinds”
  • Nikodem Pręgowski (Poland) „No war”
  • Elżbieta Chojna (Poland) „Żądam Praw Człowieka – Robot”
  • Joanna Wasiak-Bassa (Poland) „Stop wyzyskowi”
  • Agnieszka Dajczak (Poland) „Death”
  • Sara Podwysocka (Poland) „Bangladesh”
  • Małgorzata Cvetinovic (Poland) „Choroba społeczna”
  • Grzegorz Drobny (Poland) „Wolność słowa 2”
  • Slobodan Štetić (Serbia) „Silence is all around I”
  • Mariano Cerrella (Argentina) „Gender equality”
  • Ying Chien Wang (Taiwan) „IAD”
  • Piotr Czadankiewicz (Poland) „Fides et Ratio”
  • Łukasz Krótki (Poland) „Amnesty International”
  • Renjie Fang (China) „What do you say”
  • Marlena Buczek Smith (USA) „Syria”
  • Justyna Smoła (Poland) „Made in China”
  • Mohammad Jamshidi (Iran) „Peace”
  • Mohammad Jamshidi (Iran) „Children are victims of illegal immigration”
  • Jacek Doszyń (Poland) „Dung of peace - crimea”
  • Erin Wright (USA) „50 years: Civil Rights Movement”
  • Monika Brzegowska (Poland) „Corruption”
  • Mingliang Li (China) „Facebook”
  • Tomasz Kipka (Poland) „Victory!”
  • Eugeniusz Skorwider (Poland) „NIE dla stadionowego rasizmu”
  • Lech Mazurek (Poland) „Brothery love 1939-2014”
  • Max Skorwider (Poland) „Peace off”
  • Hernández Torralba César Ali (Mexico) „CIA”
  • Romero Moisés (Mexico) „SHHHHE”
  • Elmer Sosa (Mexico) „Ups!”
  • Saberivand Touraj (Iran) „Language of freedom”
  • Zbigniew Latała (Poland) „(Z)mowa”
  • Mehdi Saeedi (Iran) „Mind Your Play!”
  • Krystyna Spisak-Madejczyk (Poland/USA) „Holy Mother”

2012 - 4th Biennale

  • 2012 - IV Biennale

    129 artists from 17 countries participated in our Competition, from Belarus, Belgium, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Iran, Israel, Japan, Poland, Rumania, Russia, Slovakia, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine, and USA). From among 274 posters sent to us by artists, 75 were qualified for the Competition Exhibition.
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129 artists from 17 countries participated in our Competition, from Belarus, Belgium, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Iran, Israel, Japan, Poland, Rumania, Russia, Slovakia, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine, and USA). From among 274 posters sent to us by artists, 75 were qualified for the Competition Exhibition.

The Jury of the Fourth International Socio-Political Poster Biennial debated at the International Youth Meeting Centre (MDSM) in Oświęcim, Poland, on 17 June 2001. The meeting was chaired by Prof. Klaus Staeck, the world-renowned German graphic artist, the President of the Academy of Arts in Berlin since 2009. Other participants included Prof. Władysław Pluta, a well-known poster artist, lecturer of the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków; Peter Grohmann, representing the AnStifter Foundation of Stuttgart; Krzysztof Dydo, founder and co-owner of the prestigious Poster Gallery in Kraków; Paweł Warchoł, outstanding graphic artist, initiator and curator of MBPS-P in Oświęcim, Leszek Szuster, MDSM Director, and Joanna Klęczar, art historian, and the Project Coordinator representing MDSM.

Competition Results:

  • I Prize LEX DREWINSKI (Germany) for the poster "China"
  • II Prize FALLIN DESIGN STUDIO (Russia) for the poster "Social Inequality"
  • III Prize AGNIESZKA POPEK-BANACH (Poland) for the poster "Sex tourism"

AnStifter Foundation Prize: SEBASTIAN KUBICA (Poland) for the poster "Imigracja"

Citations:

  • JOURI TOREEV (Belarus) for the poster "Fear is the Best Censor"
  • MARIA CZUBAN (Poland) for the poster "Bez tytułu"
  • PAULINA KOSMA (Poland) for the poster "Despotyzm"
  • ROSŁAW SZAYBO (Poland) – for the poster "Cuba Libre"
  • FALLIN DESIGN STUDIO (Russia) for the poster "Racism"
  • MEHDI SAEEDI (Iran) – for the poster "Child Labour"

2010 - 3rd Biennale

  • 2010 - III Biennale

    101 authors from 17 countries (Belarus, Bosnia & Herzegovina, China, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, the United Kingdom, Iran, Lithuania, Mexico, South Korea, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Taiwan, Ukraine, the USA) participated in the contest. 226 posters were submitted, 74 of which qualified for the Biennale.
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101 authors from 17 countries (Belarus, Bosnia & Herzegovina, China, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, the United Kingdom, Iran, Lithuania, Mexico, South Korea, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Taiwan, Ukraine, the USA) participated in the contest. 226 posters were submitted, 74 of which qualified for the Biennale.

On the 14th of June 2010, the International youth meeting centre in Oświęcim hosted the deliberations of the Jury of the 3rd International Socio-Political Poster Biennale in Oświęcim. The Jury consisted of: President of the Jury – Prof. Michał Kliś, the Academy of fine Arts, Katowice, Poland; Milan Mazur, Považská Galéria Umieni, Žilina, Slovakia; Eric Mayen, University of Bonn, Germany; Krzysztof Dydo, Dydo Poster Collection, Kraków, Poland; Paweł Warchoł, a graphic artist, Oświęcim, Poland. The International youth Meeting Centre was represented on the Jury by: Leszek Szuster – director and Joanna Klęczar – Co-ordinator.

The Jury made the following Awards:

  • The 1st Prize was awarded to BANQUIAN ZHENG (China) for the poster „Confrontation & Reflexion”
  • The 2nd Prize was awarded to WŁADYSŁAW PLUTA (Poland) for the poster „Coexistence”
  • The 3rd Prize was awarded to DMITRY ZAKHAROV (Russia) for the poster „No Title”

Honourable mentions was awarded to:

  • ERIN WRIGHT (USA) for the poster „Where is my Voice?”
  • SEBASTIAN KUBICA (Poland) for the poster “Elaphe longissima”
  • YAN-TING CHEN (Taiwan) for the poster „Letter-cutting”
  • DALIDA KARIC-HADZIAHMETOVIC (Bosnia & Herzegovina) for the poster „Terrorism”

2008 - 2nd Biennale

  • 2008 - II Biennale

    173 authors from 18 countries (Belarus, China, Croatia, the Czech Republic, France, Hungary, Iran, Japan, South Korea, Macau, Germany, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Taiwan, Turkey, the USA and Great Britain) participated in the contest. 342 posters were sent, 70 of which qualified for the Biennale.
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173 authors from 18 countries (Belarus, China, Croatia, the Czech Republic, France, Hungary, Iran, Japan, South Korea, Macau, Germany, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Taiwan, Turkey, the USA and Great Britain) participated in the contest. 342 posters were sent, 70 of which qualified for the Biennale.

On the 10th June 2008, the International Youth Meeting Center housed the deliberations of the jury of the 2nd International Socio-Political Poster Biennale in Oświęcim (Auschwitz), composed of: presiding juror - prof. Tadeusz Grabowski, the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice, Poland; Milan Mazur, Považská Galéria Umienia in Žilina, Slovakia; Gerhard Kindermann, Berufsverband Bildener Kunstler in Bayern, Germany; Paweł Warchoł, a graphic artist, Oświęcim, Poland. The International Youth Meeting Center was represented in the jury deliberations by: Leszek Szuster, director, and Beata Kozłowska.

Jury granted the following awards:

  • 1st award was granted to VLADIMIR CHAIKA (Russia) for the poster “Think global. Act local”
  • 2nd award was granted to MAGDALENA DROBCZYK (Poland) for the poster “No name”
  • 3rd award was granted to ROSŁAW SZAYBO (Poland) for the poster “Pekin”

Honorable mentions were granted to:

  • DMITRY ZAKHAROFF (Russia) for the poster “Kosowo”
  • MEHDI SAEEDI (Iran) for the poster “Ladies and gentleman I represent the new symbol of peace”
  • ARTUR STARCZEWSKI (Poland) for the poster “Bez tytułu”
  • YIN ZHONGJUN (China) for the poster “The Future World”
  • ERIN WRIGHT (USA) for the poster “Identity 2006”

2006 - 1st Biennale

  • 2006 - I Biennale

    Out of 390 Posters submitted by 198 authors from 21 countries 104 posters were chosen for the exhibition of the 1st International Socio-Political Poster Biennale.
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On 29 May 2006 the Jury of the 1st International Socio-Political Poster Biennale held its meeting in the International Youth Meeting Centre in Oświęcim/Auschwitz. The Jury included: Prof. Roman Kalarus, Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice – Chairman; Prof. Eugeniusz Delekta, Art Department of the University of Silesia, Cieszyn; Milan Mazur, Považská Galeria Umenia in Żylina, Slovakia. They met in the presence of the Biennale’s curator Paweł Warchoł and of a representative of the IYMC – Elżbieta Pasternak.

Out of 390 Posters submitted by 198 authors from 21 countries 104 posters were chosen for the exhibition of the 1st International Socio-Political Poster Biennale. Out of those 104 posters the following prizes were awarded:

  • 1st Prize for the poster entitled “Victory” by Li Hai-Ping from China
  • 2nd Prize for the poster entitled “Przeciw nietolerancji” by Sebastian Kubica from Poland
  • 3rd Prize for the poster entitled “Peace kills” by Ali Afsarpour from Iran

HONORABLE MENTION:

  • Sanaz Tathin Moghaddam from Iran for the poster entitled “Working children”
  • Lin Horng-Jer from Taiwan for the poster entitled “No terrorist”
  • Bogna Otto-Węgrzyn from Poland for the poster entitled ”Matko Polko”
  • Magdalena Drobczyk from Poland for the poster entitled ”Japan-USA”
  • Cai Shiwei Eric from China for a series of posters entitled “The 65th Commemoration of Nanjing Massacre”

PRESENTATIONS OF BIENNALE EXHIBITIONS

Presentation

of the 6th Biennale of Socio-Political Posters in Strasbourg
VI Biennale w Strasburgu

On November 22nd the 6th Biennale of Socio-Political Posters „Creative for human rights“ was inaugurated in the “Gallery North” at the seat of the European Parliament.

5th Biennale in Luxembourg

5th Biennale in Luxembourg

On the 14th of may the 5th Biennale of Socio-Political Posters was inaugurated in the Musée National de la Résistence in Esch-sur-Alzette. The 72 Posters from 18 countries deal with a range of different topics from tolerance, equality, politics, racism, extortion to the violation of the rights of women and children.

Presentation

of the Sixth International Socio-Political Poster Biennale
Sixth Poster Biennale

On September 2nd 2016 the Sixth International Socio-Political Poster Biennale was inaugurated at the International Youth Meeting Centre in Oswiecim. Director Leszek Szuster inaugurated the exhibition and welcomed the guest of honor Zofia Posmysz, the artists of the works presented in the Biennale, the delegation from the Consulate of the Federal Republic of Germany in Krakow, representatives from the Austrian Consulate in Krakow, rectors and deans from polish Academies of art, from the local authorities of the city and community of Oswiecim, partners, sponsors as well as a group of apprentices from Volkswagen from Germany and Poland, that were staying at the IYMC for their common seminar “Learning through meeting”.

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