- The exhibition will remain open until May 30 with banners, flags, letters, press extracts and photographs, among other items.
The gallery hosts the Youth Space of Salamanca (Avenue José Jurigui, 16) Same thing, 25 years of LGTBI+ struggle in Salamancawhich can be visited until May 30, Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm and from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
youth advisor Angel Fernandez, highlighted that this exhibition is part of the actions undertaken by the Salamanca City Council to promote and encourage various forms of cultural expression, especially for young artists, and similarly, these initiatives allow the provision of youth space as a meeting place. For viewing in this room located in the city center of 200 m², the printing of flyers and posters is added free of charge.
Through banners, flags, letters received, press extracts, photographs, activity posters and magazines published by Aegwals, among other materials, It reviews the activity of this group for a quarter of a century In favor of spreading sexual and gender emotional diversity.
The aim of this exhibition is to take a short journey through the history of these twenty-five years, to display some of the most remarkable works. Those who attend the fair will be able to find it letters Through it, unknown persons who knew of the existence of Igualis contacted the entity to express their fears or doubts or simply to vent. It can also be found Magazines edited by people from the same association Which dealt with issues related to homosexuality in the early twenty-first century.
Also, a set of posters containing the most prominent activities and services that were presented within Iguales occupies an important part of the exhibition, where it publishes the initiatives that seek to Vision and anti-LGTBIphobia.
In addition, flags representing the most representative facts of the acronym LGTBI+, banner about the achievement of the conference, as well as images of different moments and people are intended to help people who visit them understand the work of the Iguales Group and its new goals.