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Stroom Den Haag Stroom Den Haag is an art center with a wide range of activities. The program focuses on the urban environment. https://www.stroom.nl Stroom Den Haag is a center for visual arts with a wide range of activities.

The program is based on the conviction that art offers new insights and makes an important contribution to the discussion about the city, culture and society. Stroom's policy is not committed to any particular movement. The centre is open to everyone with stimulating ideas or a need for information regarding art and the urban environment. It aims at being a hospitable and stimulating platform. Sta

The program is based on the conviction that art offers new insights and makes an important contribution to the discussion about the city, culture and society. Stroom's policy is not committed to any particular movement. The centre is open to everyone with stimulating ideas or a need for information regarding art and the urban environment. It aims at being a hospitable and stimulating platform. Sta

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Op 13 en 14 mei zal curator, onderzoeker, editor en verzamelaar Julia Mullië een aantal atelierbezoeken afleggen bij kun...
26/04/2022

Op 13 en 14 mei zal curator, onderzoeker, editor en verzamelaar Julia Mullië een aantal atelierbezoeken afleggen bij kunstenaars in Den Haag. Julia heeft tentoonstellingen georganiseerd bij o.a. Bonnefantenmuseum, Kunstinstituut Melly en de Vleeshal. Ben je een Haagse kunstenaar, ingeschreven bij Stroom en geïnteresseerd in een ‘blik van buiten’? Meld je dan aan (deadline zondag 1 mei).
https://www.stroom.nl/paginas/pagina.php?pa_id=5523276

On 13 and 14 May curator, researcher, editor and collector Julia Mullié will visit the studios of artists in The Hague. Julia has organized exhibitions at the Bonnefantenmuseum, Kunstinstituut Melly and De Vleeshal, among others. Are you a The Hague artist, registered at Stroom, and interested in a "view from the outside", please sign up (deadline Sunday 1 May).
https://www.stroom.nl/paginas/pagina.php?pa_id=1103337

New in the series Stroom Invest Week interviews on Jegens & Tevens. A talk with artist Groubnov Philipp (by Frits Dijcks...
25/04/2022
Stroom Invest interviews / artist Philipp Groubnov - Jegens & Tevens - Online kunstmagazine uit Den Haag

New in the series Stroom Invest Week interviews on Jegens & Tevens. A talk with artist Groubnov Philipp (by Frits Dijcks). "Becoming an artist can be a slow and lonely road. For the Belarus born Philipp Groubnov this is an ever evolving process, which is now happening in The Hague. Starting from abstract paintings, Groubnov now combines his interests in biology, consciousness and (human) nature into poetic sculptural installations.

Stroom Invest interviews / artist Philipp Groubnov Frits Dijcks - Geplaatst op 25-04-22 Becoming an artist can be a slow and lonely road. For the Belarus born Philipp Groubnov this is an ever evolving process, which is now happening in The Hague. Starting from abstract paintings, Groubnov now combin...

Op 9, 12 en 13 mei leggen Eefje Ludwig en Michelle Kasprzak, gastcuratoren Noorderlicht Internationaal Fotofestival 2023...
20/04/2022

Op 9, 12 en 13 mei leggen Eefje Ludwig en Michelle Kasprzak, gastcuratoren Noorderlicht Internationaal Fotofestival 2023, ieder een aantal atelierbezoeken af bij kunstenaars in Den Haag. Bij Stroom ingeschreven kunstenaars kunnen zich aanmelden t/m maandag 25 april.

On 9, 12 and 13 May Eefje Ludwig and Michelle Kasprzak, guest curators Noorderlicht Internationaal Fotofestival 2023, will visit the studios of The Hague artists. Artists registered at Stroom can apply until Monday 25 April.
https://www.stroom.nl/paginas/pagina.php?pa_id=7384384

09/04/2022

See you in The Hague! 🌏

Public program around our exhibition ‘Positions: Time-Based’. On Thursday 31 March we host 'Positions' relating to Elian...
25/03/2022
Positions: Situated - Behnam Taebi, Eliane Esther Bots, Tineke van Veen

Public program around our exhibition ‘Positions: Time-Based’. On Thursday 31 March we host 'Positions' relating to Eliane Esther Bots' film 'In Flow of Words' and Tineke van Veen & Barbara Prezelj's film 'Unsettling Dust'. With a lecture on radioactive waste by Professor Behnam Taebi and the performance 'The Channel' by Eliane Esther Bots in collaboration with interpreters for the International Criminal Tribunal for former Yugoslavia.

Event in conjuncture with 'Positions: Time-Based' with professor Behnam Taebi, Eliane Esther Bots, Tineke van Veen & Barbara Prezelj

Inwoners van Den Haag: Stroom is vandaag ook stembureau voor de gemeenteraadsverkiezingen. Loop binnen en laat je stem h...
16/03/2022

Inwoners van Den Haag: Stroom is vandaag ook stembureau voor de gemeenteraadsverkiezingen. Loop binnen en laat je stem horen! #gemeenteraadsverkiezingen2022 #haagsegemeenteraad #verkiezingen2022 #verkiezingen #stemmen #stembureau #ikstem

14/03/2022

Now also for sale in the Stroom bookshop: gerlach en koop, 'Koninklijke Bibliotheek, kamer B3.606, Prins Willem-Alexanderhof 5, Den Haag', 2021, double-sided poster, 70×100 cm, offset, edition 100.
This poster was made on the occasion of gerlach en koop's residency at the KB, national library (organized in collaboration with Stroom) and displays two of the thousands of bookends from the library depot, full size, one on the front, one on the back. If the beginning of the collection is in front of you, the end is out of sight. If the end is in front of you, you can’t see the beginning. There is no front. There is no back. The collection is empty when you look through it.
More information: https://www.stroom.nl/paginas/pagina.php?pa_id=3644643
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#gerlachenkoop #koninklijkebibliotheek #kb #poster #stroombookshop #stroomdenhaag

Watch this online event organized by Yale University on 4 March 2022. Speakers include Vasyl Cherepanyn, head of the Vis...
10/03/2022
The Humanity Dialogues #1: TYRANNY, ARTISTS AND AGENCY: UKRAINE NOW! | Russian, East European, & Eurasian Studies at Yale

Watch this online event organized by Yale University on 4 March 2022. Speakers include Vasyl Cherepanyn, head of the Visual Culture Research Center (VCRC, Kyiv, Ukraine).

Saturday, March 5, 2022THE HUMANITY DIALOGUES: #1 TYRANNY, ARTISTS AND AGENCY: UKRAINE NOW! Held virtually on Friday, March 4, 1:00 pm ET at Yale University Featuring: Vasyl Cherepanyn, Head of the Visual Culture Research Center (VCRC, Kyiv) Timothy Snyder, the Richard C. Levin Professor of History,...

Nieuwe OOGst #2 / Latest ADDitions #2 - 2022Take a look at the portfolios of the recently registered artists at our plat...
05/03/2022

Nieuwe OOGst #2 / Latest ADDitions #2 - 2022
Take a look at the portfolios of the recently registered artists at our platform for The Hague artists: https://www.thehagueartists.nl

Carmen Roca Igual, 'Digital Girls present: Clean Talk', 2021
Igor Schiller, 'Familiar Characters', 2021
Kenneth Moreno Kiernan, 'Deus ex machina: smoke', 2021
Hannah Mulqueen, 'VTV', 2021
Max van Olffen, 'Hide', 2021
Veronika Petuchova, 'Portrait of an Artist', 2022
Maja Pop Trajkova, 'White Carnation Award', 2020
Jana Romanova, 'Chin Up Chin Down', 2021
Mihalis Shammas, 'Lyraei', 2021
Kamila Sipika, 'Rotting Land', 2021
Hansje Struijk, 'With Sympathy', 2022
Ariane Toussaint, 'By Silence', 2020
Inge Vaandering, 'Sticky Fingers, an act of matter', 2020
Vladimir Vidanovski, 'What are you looking for?', 2021
Hussel Zhu, 'Onomatopoeia', 2021
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#thehagueartists #haagsekunstenaars #haagsekunst #kunstenaars #stroomdenhaag #art #photography #performance #painting #digitalart #installations #emergingartists

"Peace is not war - peace is politics, and war starts where politics ends"A short quote from the 'Hybrid Peace' manifest...
02/03/2022

"Peace is not war - peace is politics, and war starts where politics ends"

A short quote from the 'Hybrid Peace' manifesto by Vasyl Cherepanyn, initiator of the Visual Culture Research Center in Kyiv, Ukraine. Vasyl was a guest in Stroom’s program 'Our House, your Home' in 2019 and his work rings true in a most harrowing way. Thinking of Vasyl the team of Stroom watches in horror and disbelief the ongoing acts of violence against the people of Ukraine.

The cultural field, like everyone else, is deeply shocked by the developments in Ukraine. We are deeply concerned about the consequences of the massive hostilities in Ukraine for the people of the country. Stroom condemns all acts of military aggression and violence. To show solidarity, we support for a growing list of ongoing cultural initiatives. See what you can do yourself: check out the list on our website. https://www.stroom.nl/paginas/pagina.php?pa_id=5920978

#nowar #solidarity #stopwar #🧡rtforUkraine #hArtforUkraine #supportukraine #dezaaknu

Nieuwe OOGst #1 / Latest ADDitions #1 - 2022Take a look at the portfolios of the recently registered artists at our plat...
26/02/2022

Nieuwe OOGst #1 / Latest ADDitions #1 - 2022
Take a look at the portfolios of the recently registered artists at our platform for The Hague artists: https://www.thehagueartists.nl

Maaike van de Gevel, 'Sunday', 2021
Vincent van Gaalen, 'Civilized - Attraction', 2021
Anneliese Greve, 'Pages from a Research Diary' (page 02), 2021
Christine Hvidt Gronborg, 'Hyfer 2', 2021
Vincent Ruijters, 'Breathing IN/EX-terios', 2020
Pelle Schilling, 'Gyro', 2020
Niels Weerheim, 'Square Series # 11', 2021
Chris Becher, 'Untitled', 2021
Ausra Cesnauskyte, 'Neo-futuristic Walks. Vilnius', 2021 (photo: Bon Alog)
Jakob Ganslmeier, 'Haut, Stein', 2019
Carmen Garcia Ramos, 'Echoes of Co-existence', 2021
Tuana Inhan, 'House Humans', 2021
Alexander Jermilov, 'Unntiutledd', 2021
Clara Lezla, 'Sei Nicht gemein sei nett', 2021
Milo McCowan, 'Gummed Tubey', 2021
Daphne Monastirioti, 'Fluwelen uiteinden, herhaalde uitgangen', 2021
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#thehagueartists #haagsekunstenaars #haagsekunst #kunstenaars #stroomdenhaag #art #photography #performance #installations #emergingartists

The pictures of the opening are in. Enjoy!
09/02/2022

The pictures of the opening are in. Enjoy!

Photos from Stroom Den Haag's post
09/02/2022

Photos from Stroom Den Haag's post

Het beeld 'Gerry de Kraai' (1989) van Henk Rijzinga aan Prinsessegracht wordt enkele meters verplaatst voor de binnenhav...
07/02/2022

Het beeld 'Gerry de Kraai' (1989) van Henk Rijzinga aan Prinsessegracht wordt enkele meters verplaatst voor de binnenhaven van de Ooievaart rondvaartmaatschappij. Lees meer over dit beeld op de website Buitenkunst Den Haag. 'Gerrie de Kraai' maakt daar ook deel uit van de wandeling Rondje Centrum. Ga naar: https://bkdh.nl
Foto: Vincent de Boer

What a great opening night we had yesterday. Thank you all for coming and a big shout-out to the artists in the exhibiti...
06/02/2022

What a great opening night we had yesterday. Thank you all for coming and a big shout-out to the artists in the exhibition: Eliane Esther Bots , Hannah Dawn Henderson, Karel van Laere , Tineke van Veen & Barbara Prezelj, and Annemarie Wadlow.
Keep an eye on our social media for an extensive photo album of the opening night.

Photo: courtesy Connie van Driel

Gefeliciteerd Eliane Esther Bots en Near/by film. De film is van 6/2 t/m 3/4 te zien bij Stroom in de expo “Positions: T...
04/02/2022
In Flow of Words wins at Clermont-Ferrand SFF 2022

Gefeliciteerd Eliane Esther Bots en Near/by film. De film is van 6/2 t/m 3/4 te zien bij Stroom in de expo “Positions: Time-Based”. Opening morgen 17:00-20:00.

In Flow of Words by Eliane Esther Bots wins the Best Documentary Award at Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival

Annemarie Wadlow, 'I've to think not twice, but twice twice'Highlighting the artists and video works featured in the exh...
04/02/2022

Annemarie Wadlow, 'I've to think not twice, but twice twice'
Highlighting the artists and video works featured in the exhibition 'Positions: Time-Based' (5/5)

Over the past few years, Annemarie Wadlow has been exploring and digitizing her grandfather’s substantial archives. Wadlow’s grandparents were German Jews who were exiled during the 1930s by the Nazi regime, and went to America before settling in Great Britain. Families were broken apart, shattering into multiple narratives throughout the century. 'I've to think not twice, but twice twice', is a quote from her grandfather’s writing, who prolifically documented his memoirs in letters, diaries, manuscripts, as well as documents and photos. 'I've to think not twice, but twice twice' poetically blends site-specific images that explore shifting notions of belonging, home, and lineage.

'Positions: Time-Based' features video works by Eliane Esther Bots, Hannah Dawn Henderson, Karel van Laere, Tineke van Veen & Barbara Prezelj, and Annemarie Wadlow.

Opening of the exhibition: Saturday 5 February 2022, 17:00-20:00
Make your reservation for (free) tickets NOW:
https://fb.me/e/2lqEXBYzv
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The exhibition is made possible by the kind support of The City of The Hague.

Images: 'I've to think not twice, but twice twice', courtesy Annemarie Wadlow

Tineke van Veen & Barbara Prezelj, 'Unsettling Dust'.Highlighting the artists and video works featured in the exhibition...
03/02/2022

Tineke van Veen & Barbara Prezelj, 'Unsettling Dust'
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Highlighting the artists and video works featured in the exhibition 'Positions: Time-Based' (4/5)
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'Unsettling Dust' explores the lived, bodily experience of radiation by focusing on the relationship between post–nuclear landscapes and radioactive dust. It takes as its starting point the post–nuclear landscape of Vaujours, a commune in the northeastern suburbs of Paris, where the first nuclear tests of France took place. The site is earmarked to become a quarry for gypsum, a fertilizer and the main constituent of plaster and drywall, spreading nuclear particles all over Europe.

'Positions: Time-Based' features video works by Eliane Esther Bots, Hannah Dawn Henderson, Karel van Laere, Tineke van Veen & Barbara Prezelj, and Annemarie Wadlow.

Opening of the exhibition: Saturday 5 February 2022, 17:00-20:00
Make your reservation for (free) tickets NOW:
https://fb.me/e/2lqEXBYzv
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The exhibition is made possible by the kind support of The City of The Hague.

Images: 'Unsettling Dust', Tineke van Veen & Barbara Prezelj

Karel van Laere, 'Reach'Highlighting the artists and video works featured in the exhibition 'Positions: Time-Based' (3/5...
03/02/2022

Karel van Laere, 'Reach'
Highlighting the artists and video works featured in the exhibition 'Positions: Time-Based' (3/5)

In the development of the work 'Reach', Karel van Laere collaborated with surgeons, taking a number of ‘laparoscopic’ surgical instruments on loan. During laparoscopic, or ‘keyhole’ surgery operations, internal cameras show the surgeons’ actions live on large screens. In the installation by Karel van Laere, the audience is invited to interact with mirrors to reflect a video onto the surrounding surfaces. It is the vulnerability, intimacy and even beauty, concealed within medical procedures, that is highlighted by 'Reach'.

'Reach' is part of Open Space; a co-production of The Grey Space in the Middle and Stichting Largo, on view in May 2022.

'Positions: Time-Based' features video works by Eliane Esther Bots, Hannah Dawn Henderson, Karel van Laere, Tineke van Veen & Barbara Prezelj, and Annemarie Wadlow.

Opening of the exhibition: Saturday 5 February 2022, 17:00-20:00
Make your reservation for (free) tickets NOW:
https://fb.me/e/2lqEXBYzv
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The exhibition is made possible by the kind support of The City of The Hague.

Image: 'Reach', courtesy Karel van Laere

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Stroom Den Haag is an art center with a wide range of activities. Starting from the visual arts, architecture, urban planning and design the program focuses on the urban environment. Stroom's policy is not committed to any particular movement. The centre is open to everyone with stimulating ideas or a need for information regarding art and the urban environment. It aims at being a hospitable and stimulating platform. Starting from this mentality Stroom, in collaboration with other institutions, wants to contribute to the permanent development of the reflection on the city and the part that can be played by the visual arts in this context. Stroom organizes exhibitions, projects, lectures, workshops and excursions. It initiates research and debates to stimulate the transfer of knowledge and the development of ideas concerning art, architecture and related disciplines. Within this context Stroom expands its library and issues publications. In addition, Stroom's policy is focused on stimulating the art climate of The Hague and improving the visibility of art and artists from The Hague. The topic of ‘being public' is the connecting factor between many of Stroom's activities. Stroom mediates, advises and offers suggestions to artists and supports a large number of projects in public space. The name Stroom was chosen because it stands for energy and movement. Stroom Den Haag is supported financially by the city of The Hague. The program is also made possible by the Mondriaan Fund. OPENING HOURS Office: Monday to Friday, 11:00 am - 5 pm Exhibition space: Wednesday to Sunday, 12:00 pm - 5 pm Library: Wednesday to Sunday, 12:00 pm - 5 pm (during the installation of a new show, the library is closed in the weekend). Stroom Den Haag is closed on January 1, Easter Sunday, Pentecost Sunday and the first day of Christmas (December 25). Stroom Den Haag is accessible for people in wheelchairs.

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Op 13 en 14 mei zal curator, onderzoeker, editor en verzamelaar Julia Mullië een aantal atelierbezoeken afleggen bij kunstenaars in Den Haag. Julia heeft tentoonstellingen georganiseerd bij o.a. Bonnefantenmuseum, Kunstinstituut Melly en de Vleeshal. Ben je een Haagse kunstenaar, ingeschreven bij Stroom en geïnteresseerd in een ‘blik van buiten’? Meld je dan aan (deadline zondag 1 mei). https://www.stroom.nl/paginas/pagina.php?pa_id=5523276 On 13 and 14 May curator, researcher, editor and collector Julia Mullié will visit the studios of artists in The Hague. Julia has organized exhibitions at the Bonnefantenmuseum, Kunstinstituut Melly and De Vleeshal, among others. Are you a The Hague artist, registered at Stroom, and interested in a "view from the outside", please sign up (deadline Sunday 1 May). https://www.stroom.nl/paginas/pagina.php?pa_id=1103337
New in the series Stroom Invest Week interviews on Jegens & Tevens. A talk with artist Groubnov Philipp (by Frits Dijcks). "Becoming an artist can be a slow and lonely road. For the Belarus born Philipp Groubnov this is an ever evolving process, which is now happening in The Hague. Starting from abstract paintings, Groubnov now combines his interests in biology, consciousness and (human) nature into poetic sculptural installations.
Op 9, 12 en 13 mei leggen Eefje Ludwig en Michelle Kasprzak, gastcuratoren Noorderlicht Internationaal Fotofestival 2023, ieder een aantal atelierbezoeken af bij kunstenaars in Den Haag. Bij Stroom ingeschreven kunstenaars kunnen zich aanmelden t/m maandag 25 april. On 9, 12 and 13 May Eefje Ludwig and Michelle Kasprzak, guest curators Noorderlicht Internationaal Fotofestival 2023, will visit the studios of The Hague artists. Artists registered at Stroom can apply until Monday 25 April. https://www.stroom.nl/paginas/pagina.php?pa_id=7384384
The start of a great new series of Stroom Invest Week interviews.
See you in The Hague! 🌏
Join us this Thursday for an evening around artists from The Hague. RSVP NOW! Limited number of seats.
Public program around our exhibition ‘Positions: Time-Based’. On Thursday 31 March we host 'Positions' relating to Eliane Esther Bots' film 'In Flow of Words' and Tineke van Veen & Barbara Prezelj's film 'Unsettling Dust'. With a lecture on radioactive waste by Professor Behnam Taebi and the performance 'The Channel' by Eliane Esther Bots in collaboration with interpreters for the International Criminal Tribunal for former Yugoslavia.
Inwoners van Den Haag: Stroom is vandaag ook stembureau voor de gemeenteraadsverkiezingen. Loop binnen en laat je stem horen! #gemeenteraadsverkiezingen2022 #haagsegemeenteraad #verkiezingen2022 #verkiezingen #stemmen #stembureau #ikstem
Now also for sale in the Stroom bookshop: gerlach en koop, 'Koninklijke Bibliotheek, kamer B3.606, Prins Willem-Alexanderhof 5, Den Haag', 2021, double-sided poster, 70×100 cm, offset, edition 100. This poster was made on the occasion of gerlach en koop's residency at the KB, national library (organized in collaboration with Stroom) and displays two of the thousands of bookends from the library depot, full size, one on the front, one on the back. If the beginning of the collection is in front of you, the end is out of sight. If the end is in front of you, you can’t see the beginning. There is no front. There is no back. The collection is empty when you look through it. More information: https://www.stroom.nl/paginas/pagina.php?pa_id=3644643 . . #gerlachenkoop #koninklijkebibliotheek #kb #poster #stroombookshop #stroomdenhaag
Watch this online event organized by Yale University on 4 March 2022. Speakers include Vasyl Cherepanyn, head of the Visual Culture Research Center (VCRC, Kyiv, Ukraine).
Nieuwe OOGst #2 / Latest ADDitions #2 - 2022 Take a look at the portfolios of the recently registered artists at our platform for The Hague artists: https://www.thehagueartists.nl Carmen Roca Igual, 'Digital Girls present: Clean Talk', 2021 Igor Schiller, 'Familiar Characters', 2021 Kenneth Moreno Kiernan, 'Deus ex machina: smoke', 2021 Hannah Mulqueen, 'VTV', 2021 Max van Olffen, 'Hide', 2021 Veronika Petuchova, 'Portrait of an Artist', 2022 Maja Pop Trajkova, 'White Carnation Award', 2020 Jana Romanova, 'Chin Up Chin Down', 2021 Mihalis Shammas, 'Lyraei', 2021 Kamila Sipika, 'Rotting Land', 2021 Hansje Struijk, 'With Sympathy', 2022 Ariane Toussaint, 'By Silence', 2020 Inge Vaandering, 'Sticky Fingers, an act of matter', 2020 Vladimir Vidanovski, 'What are you looking for?', 2021 Hussel Zhu, 'Onomatopoeia', 2021 . . #thehagueartists #haagsekunstenaars #haagsekunst #kunstenaars #stroomdenhaag #art #photography #performance #painting #digitalart #installations #emergingartists
"Peace is not war - peace is politics, and war starts where politics ends" A short quote from the 'Hybrid Peace' manifesto by Vasyl Cherepanyn, initiator of the Visual Culture Research Center in Kyiv, Ukraine. Vasyl was a guest in Stroom’s program 'Our House, your Home' in 2019 and his work rings true in a most harrowing way. Thinking of Vasyl the team of Stroom watches in horror and disbelief the ongoing acts of violence against the people of Ukraine. The cultural field, like everyone else, is deeply shocked by the developments in Ukraine. We are deeply concerned about the consequences of the massive hostilities in Ukraine for the people of the country. Stroom condemns all acts of military aggression and violence. To show solidarity, we support for a growing list of ongoing cultural initiatives. See what you can do yourself: check out the list on our website. https://www.stroom.nl/paginas/pagina.php?pa_id=5920978 #nowar #solidarity #stopwar #🧡rtforUkraine #hArtforUkraine #supportukraine #dezaaknu