On December 3, an exhibition "Dialogue about fate and soul. Stanislav Vincenz (1888-1971)" will be opened in the Ivano-Frankivsk regional lore museum, dedicated to Stanislav Vincenz, an outstanding writer, philosopher, the Righteous of the World, and the author of the book" On a High Polonyna". The exposition must reveal to the Ukrainian audience the figure of an outstanding Polish writer and philosopher.
The author of the exhibition "Dialogue about fate and soul" - literary scholar, teacher of the Institute of Polish philology and Wroclaw University, doctor of sciences Jan Andrzej Khoroshy.
The exposition must reveal to the Ukrainian audience the figure of the prominent Polish writer and philosopher born in Hutsulshchyna, author of the work "On a High Polonyna", which is called "Iliad and Odyssey of Hutsuls" - Stanislav Vincenz. The author highlights the most important stages of the writer's biography and conveys the atmosphere of the Ukrainian Carpathians, to which he devoted his works.
In Poland, the exhibition was presented in 2014. The exposition is a biographical narrative of Stanislav Vincenz against the background of the landscapes of Hutsulshchyna. The "Dialogue on fate and soul" exhibition was created on the basis of documents and photographs from the family archives of the Vincenz families and the Italian photographer Lidio Cipriani, the Ossolinsky National Library, the Ethnographic Museum in Krakow, the State Museum of Ethnography in Warsaw, the Polish Museum in Rapperswil (Switzerland) Association "Literary Institute of Culture in Le Mans" (France) and the Polish Library in London.
For the first time, the Ukrainian version of the exhibition "Dialogue about fate and soul. Stanislav Vincenz (1888-1971)" demonstrated in the Verkhovna Rada on November, 6.
The opening ceremony was attended by the initiator of the exhibition, the Chairman of the Committee on Culture and Spirituality, People's Deputy of Ukraine, Mykola Knyazytsky, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Poland to Ukraine Jan Pieklo, Vice Marshal of the Sejm of the Republic of Poland, Head of the Polish-Ukrainian Senate and Sejm Republic Poland Beata Masurek, as well as other members of the Polish-Ukrainian group of the Senate and Sejm of the Republic of Poland, as well as a literary scholar, professor at the Institute of Polish Philology and Wroclaw University, Ph.D. Jan Andrzej and Good
After the presentation in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, the exhibition travels Ukraine from Kiev to the village of Kryvorivnya in the Verkhovyna district of the Ivano-Frankivsk region, since it is Huzulskii's work entitled "On a High Polonyny". In Krivorivnya, it will be exhibited on an ongoing basis.
The exhibition about Stanislav Vincenz will become the first "brick" in the creation of the Center for Intercultural Dialogue named after Stanislav Vintsenz - a cultural institution of the XXI century, which will open the door to the first visitors in Kryvorivnya in 2020.
The initiator of the exposition in Ukraine is the Chairman of the Committee on Culture and Spirituality, People's Deputy of Ukraine, Mykola Knyazhitsky.
On the Ukrainian side, the event was organized by the NGO "All-Ukrainian Forum for Democracy". From Poland - the Institute of Polish Philology and the University of Wroclaw.