The “Unbreakable“ exhibition of paintings and statues by Ukrainian artists is on display in the foyer of KKCG's headquarters in Prague's Bořislavka district. The Karel Komárek Family Foundation (KKFF) has taken over patronage of this exhibition of art by contemporary Ukrainian painters and sculptors. Their pieces reflect themes related to the ongoing war.
The charitable fund has also decided to support the philanthropic purpose of the project with a donation of 250 000 CZK. This amount and the proceeds from the sale of the artworks themselves will purchase prosthetic limbs for Ukrainian mothers who have been injured in the war and to support children who lost their families.
“Unbreakable” is a travelling charity exhibition of fifty exhibits by twenty-six emerging and established artists. It heads to Bořislavka having been in Berlin, Vienna, Lviv, Paris, and Rome. Visitors can see or buy the artworks in Prague every weekday from 10 am to 6 pm, and on weekends from 1 pm to 6 pm, until Saturday, November 5.
You can support the exhibition, which is part of the international We and World project, without buying a painting or sculpture. You can do so through the Karel Komárek Family Foundation website. The co-founder of the KKFF, Karel Komárek, is a Czech entrepreneur and philanthropist. He owns the ARICOMA Group, the largest Czech ICT holding. AEC is a member of the ARICOMA Group.