Peace – Die weltbesten Jugendfotos zum Thema Frieden

Vienna, Austria
27 Nov, 2018 - 6 Mar, 2019
NHM - Museum of Natural History
Wie sieht Frieden aus?

Selected photographs from the Children Peace Image of the Year 2018 are exhibited in Viennas Museum of Natural History.
Accompanying the exhibition „Krieg – Auf den Spuren einer Evolution“ (War. Tracing an evolution) the hall 50 of the museum was turned to a workshop of peace by exhibiting these images.

On the opening day of the exhibition the austrian public radio ORF Radio Wien interviewed two participating young photographers: Maximilian Resch and Marco Pölleritzer. Presenter Nicola Corazza.

The inauguration of the exhibition was a great success with 200 visitors. Christian Köberl, Director General and Chief Executive Officer NHM, Lois Lammerhuber, photographer and publisher Edition Lammerhuber and Reinhard Golebiowski, head of department Exhibition & Education NHM were happy to welcome the winner of the Children Peace Photography Award 2018 Kaja Tasevska and her mother Maja Tasevska.

Our thanks and congratulations go to the participating young photographers: „Dreams come true“, Damian Golovnin, Russian Federation | „Daydreaming“, Kaja Tasevska, Macedonia | „Dirt is good!!!“, Hlieb Tsukanov, Ukraine | „Let Me Do What I Wanna Do To“, Ferhat Cicek | „Sibling peace“, Samanta Ussenko, Latvia | „Just about the beautiful“, Kirill Kozymaer, Russian Federation | „Тhe colorful shoes of peace“, Lachezara Tomova, Bulgaria | „Friendship“, Suhas Bondre, India | „The peace on earth is in the hands of the children“, Nikolay Dimitrov, Bulgaria | „Infinity“, Katrina Mezinska, Latvia | „Breakfast with wine“, Suhas Bondre, India | „Friendship“, Naomi Dries, Switzerland | „Day in the countryside“, Mikhail Gubin, United States | „Walk with a ferret“, Sergey Jukov, Russian Federation | „The sea of my heart“, Olga Primushko, Ukraine | „A peace of ice-cream“, Flaminia Fuchs, Italy | „I believe I can fly“, Teo Matos, Croatia | „Peace ! Share your bread not war“, Karol Podgorski, Poland | „Natur“, Naomi Dries, Switzerland | „Inner Peace“, Viktória Tarsoly, Hungary | „Down the Riversite“, Joslibe Diboma, Netherlands | „Daisies talk where dreams grow“, Giulia Molocchi, Italy | „Das Tor zum Frieden“, Lisa Marlen Bousvaros, Germany | „An eye on the peace“, Maria Letizia Santavicca, Italy | „What Does Peace Look Like?“, Michaela Perkel, South Africa | „Hakuna Matata”, Elena Stolica, Bosnia | „Bored Peacefully“, Jaime Clarke, Australia | „Beauty“, Swekriti Poudel, Nepal | „Sei was du bist“, Mascha Fulde, Germany | „Dasies talk where dreams grow“, Giulia Molocchi, Italy | „The long way to the peace“, Maria Letizia Santavicca, Italy | “ „A green world is a place when peace begin”, Darla Cobo, Albania Kosovo | „Peace in my world” / „Mir u mom svijetu“, Emina Dzudo, Bosnia | „Peace is love“, Boyan Georgiev, Bulgaria | „No War!“, Plamen Vakrilov, Bulgaria | „Peacezeichen“, Angelina Martin, Germany | „Mother&Daughter“, Sesil Tutisani, Georgia | „Dancing with pigeons”, Tornike Nozadze, Georgia | „Above Heaven“, Krista Kalnina, Latvia | „Peace in our countryside“, Luize Lote Liepina, Latvia | „Above the horizon“, Markuss Ruza, Latvia | „Silence before the storm?“, Martins Ozolins, Latvia | „The angel of peace“, Deimante Stepanaviciute, Lithuania | „Happy Dragonfly“, Liepa Mikilevičiūtė, Lithuania | „Dimitar Fidanovski, Macedonia | „Friedensbaum“, Clarissa Hinterdorfer, Austria | „Schnee-Engel“, Dominik Braun, Austria | „Neuschnee“, Katrin Hinteregger, Austria | „I can do anything!“, Karolina Puchta, Poland | „Smile is the key to peace in the world“, Maciej Orzol, Poland | „Der Friede der Liebe –The peace of love.“, Florin Razvan Ciobanu, Romania | „Das Leben ist zerbrechlich, Veränderung liegt in unseren Händen“ – Life is fragile, change is in our hands.“, Ilinca Teodora Sulea, Romania | „Tanzen im Herbst“, Dagmar Solcova, Slovakia | „My peace“, Mate Takacs-Lissai, Hungary | „Was ist für mich Frieden?“, Marco, Leonard, Elisa, Miriam, Maximilian, Miriam, Matheo, Austria | „sunset planet“, Saidbek Babayazov, Uzbekistan

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