Winners presentation of the Platform competition for a proposal of a Pan-European Memorial for the Victims of Totalitarianism in Brussels

April 6, 2018
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The presentation of the top-ten ranking entries in the Platform’s competition for a proposal of a Pan-European Memorial for the Victims of Totalitarianism in Brussels will take place at the European Parliament in Brussels on 24 April 2018, in Room JAN 6Q1, from 12.00 – 14.00, courtesy of Mr László Tökés, MEP.

The goal of the competition is to propose the first-ever pan-European memorial for all victims of 20th century totalitarianism in Europe on the Place Jean Rey, in the heart of the European district in Brussels. The memorial should also celebrate the process of European integration as an achievement made possible by learning from the lessons of the past.

The presentation will include the designs that won first place by Tszwai So from the United Kingdom, second place by Sabina Tanovic and Dario Kristic from the Netherlands, third place by Mantas Maziliauskas, Povilas Šorys and Gitana Stankiene from Lithuania, as well as the seven entries that gained fourth to tenth place by: Ieva Žukauskaité, Henrikas Žukauskas, Kestutis Astrauskas and Kestutis Musteikis; Grega Vezjak; Voytek Gorczynski, Janusz Kapusta and Andrzej Pawlik; Nika Zupančič; Maruxa Touceda and Ángel de la Rubia; Denis Viktorovich KoutylovJordi Comas Mora and Anna Pont Armengo.

If you are interested in the event, please write us to: competition@memoryandconscience.eu

Click link for more information about the competition.

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