For three weeks, Pérez-Llorca offices in Madrid will be hosting an exhibition of paintings by Ukrainian artists that we law firm has co-organised with Asociación Con Ucrania.
The exhibition consists of 16 paintings by the artists Nana Artamonova, Olena Didenko, Nadiya Kmit Kmit and Viktor Motkalyuk and was organized with the aim of helping the Ukrainian population in the war against Russia.
The Ukrainian Embassy in Spain also helped in this initiative.
“The exhibition of Ukrainian artists hosted by Pérez-Llorca is the result of the Firm’s collaboration with the Association with Ukraine, with which we have been cooperating for some months through pro bono legal advice to displaced persons and Ukrainian entities in our country – explains the law firm to Iberian Lawyer – . With this new joint initiative we want to bring together the world of culture and the world of solidarity. This temporary exhibition, which opened on 8 September”.
This exhibition is located in the Castellana 50 and Torre Foster offices in Madrid and the intention is to replicate it in the Barcelona headquarters of the law firm in the coming weeks.
Isabel Jiménez, CSR Director of Pérez-Llorca, has pointed out to Iberian Lawyer that “the Ukrainian population has been suffering an unjust war for more than six months and we cannot ignore it as citizens, as lawyers and as a company. With small actions such as this exhibition, we want to support them and give them a voice”.
For her part, Liliya Mykolayiv, president of the Association with Ukraine, stressed to Iberian Lawyer that “200 days have passed since the large-scale Russian invasion of Ukrainian territory. During this time Ukrainian citizens have made and continue to make a great effort of sacrifice but they could not achieve these results so efficiently without support. We are very grateful for all the support provided, in particular, by the office, as well as by all those who are helping us day by day with our projects and contributions, and also to the Spanish people who have shown a lot of solidarity with the Ukrainian people. We are sure that together we can help to bring this unjust war to an end as soon as possible”.
The exhibition will end on 28 September.