The international contemporary art exhibition "Signs of the Apocalypse" (Polish: Znaki Apokalipsy), is currently taking place in Torun city, Poland. More than 100 artists from all around the world are participating in this exhibition, with Lithuania being represented by painter Aleksandras Vozbinas and his work "Revelation to John". The exhibition "Signs of the Apocalypse" is showcased in the Centre for Contemporary Arts (CSW), as well as online, due to the quarantine restrictions. It is expected that visitors will be able to see it live in the coming months.
This monumental exhibition is intertwined with the current state of emergency affecting the world on a global scale. The Coronavirus shook the whole mankind and it represents how invisible microorganisms can change the world order, our civilisation and culture. Is it a sign of the impending Apocalypse, or just a warning? The exhibition "Signs of the Apocalypse" tries to explore these questions. Every artist has their own understanding of the fragility of being, the scale of values, the meaning of life in the presence of the apocalyptic signs.
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