THE OTHER IS ONESELF is an initiative of Sébastien de Ganay mobilizing the artistic community and civil society with the objective of raising public awareness on the issues of forced exile and the strengthening of human rights and democratic values through artistic creation.
On Tuesday, 5th November 2019 the opening event of the initiative for cultural exchange THE OTHER IS ONESELF will take place in Vienna, kicking off a series of events over the following 6 weeks focused on the theme of forced exile and our society’s response to it. The programme will include an exhibition of works contributed by 26 prominent international artists, film screenings, seminars and moderated discussions, culminating in a charity auction conducted by Dorotheum in support of Hilfswerk International’s projects in Lebanon to help Syrian refugees.
The first edition of TOIO revolves around the topic of forced exile and [...]
Petko Zadgorsky Burgas Art Gallery, 18.07.–17.08.2019
An exhibition of bulgarian geometric artists. Conceived as an international forum, orthogonal brings together and presents a selection of artists and theoreticians who work in the field of non-objective and constructive art.
With works by: Adriana Czernin, Georgi Dimitrov, Georgie Yanakiev, Ivan Shumanov, Krasimira Stikar, Maria Chakarova, Nikolay Diulgheroff, Nikolay Petkov, Petar Dochev
Galerie Martin Janda is exhibiting at Art Basel 2019. We are showing woks by:
Adriana Czernin Svenja Deininger Milena Dragicevic Werner Feiersinger Nilbar Güres Jakob Kolding Július Koller Mangelos Asier Mendizabal Jan Merta Roman Ondak Tania Pérez Córdova Roman Signer Mladen Stilinović
Book presentation, Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, 23.05.2019, 7 pm
The book Imagine Human Rights – Artists celebrate the Universal Declaration is a project by Andrea Fuchs, Manfred Nowak and Petra Stelzer.
The publication will be presented at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna on 23rd May 2019, 7 pm.
From the day of its ratification on 10 Dezember 1948 the Universal Declaration of Human Rights has lost non of its relevance and urgency. This presentation aims to deliver and diseminate its message into the heart of our digital age.
Andrea Fuchs developed the idea of publishing this art book with the support of the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Human Rights in Vienna, Austria, represented by Professor Manfred Nowak, as well as in cooperation with curator Petra Stelzer. The book IMAGINE HUMAN RIGHTS – Artists celebrate the Universal Declaration presents the thirty articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in the six official languages of the United Nations. It juxtaposes Human Rights [...]