New Zealand, May 26, 2014. As part of the activities and actions to continue mobilizing support for the freedom of the Cuban Heroes, Antonio Guerrero’s painting exhibition “I Will Die the Way I Lived” was inaugurated in the town of Oneroa in New Zealand’s Waiheke Island.
The exhibition, presented in the “Tivoli” gallery, will be on display during the month of June, becoming the fourth venue in New Zealand that welcomes the symbolic watercolors in an almost uninterrupted series of presentations that began on the 5th of April.
The exhibition was inaugurated by Mrs. Ina Lawrence, a prominent activist for the freedom of the Heroes and a defender of the Cuban Revolution. In her words to the present, the also representative of the Cuba Friendship Society of Auckland thoroughly explained the case of the Five Cuban Heroes, emphasizing the unjustices committed against them and their families, and congratulating herself for having had the opportunity to meet Antonio Guerrero’s mother. At the same time, she called to join the cause of the freedom of the three Heroes who were still unjustly imprisoned, also encouraging those present to send them letters of support.
Previously, the exhibition was shown in the iconic “Artstation” gallery in Auckland, inaugurated by the Cuban Ambassador Maria del Carmen Herrera Caseiro, from where it moved to the University of Technology of this city (AUT) on the occasion of the Asia-Pacific Regional Meeting of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, to be later presented in the Faculty of Arts of the University of Auckland.