2014, Denmark, April: final & permanent exhibit of Human Rights Flag in Legal and Prison Museum in Vestervig, Denmark


The end of a fantastic travel
Opening of the Museum in Vestervig, Denmark (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vestervig)
 The Human Rights Flag framed
and located at the cell of Amnesty International in the Museum

Text is in Danish

INDVIELSE AF VESTERVIG FÆNGSELS- OG RETSHISTORISK MUSEUM





This is the contribution of Krisztina Asztalos from Hungary,

Article 27.


(1) Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits.


(2) Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author.





Emberi jogok egyetemes nyilatkozata

Elfogadva és kihirdetve az ENSZ Közgyűlésének 217 A (III) határozata alapján, 1948. december 10‐én

27. cikk-Szerzői jog

(1) Mindenkinek joga van a közösség kulturális életében való szabad részvételhez, a művészetekélvezéséhez, a tudomány haladásában és annak előnyeiben való részesedéshez.

(2) Mindenkinek joga van az általa alkotott tudományos, irodalmi vagy művészeti termékekkelkapcsolatos erkölcsi és anyagi érdekeinek védelméhez. 




The DELEGATION : Victor Valqui Vidal / part 4 : " The human rights touring exhibition "

http://youtu.be/mGM9Tns34rc


 2014 April: final & permanent exhibit of Human Rights Flag  in Legal and Prison Museum in Denmark




Our Human Rights Flag after a lot of travelling (Holland, Portugal, Denmark and Canada) see photos of each contribution and photos of the travelling in:
being back to Denmark for the exhibition in Thy, see further:

It was time to find a place for permanent exhibition. This information was given to all the visitors in Thy (astonishing many visitors, this gallery has not have so many visitors before), it resulted in a positive reaction.

Bodil Gyldenkerne, a member of the local Amnesty International and a fury soul of the community, contacted me. Amnesty International has been given a permanent space in a new established Legal and Prison Museum in Vestervig, Denmark see the photo in:




 

This was an old Court and Arrest house from 1832 that has been completely restored and now will be a Museum. Here our HR flag will be permanently exhibited. The flag will be framed and a glass panel will protect it. The opening will be in April next year and I will be there.

I will suggest the organizers that they should make a catalogue with the HR flag history.

This has been the greatest collective work of our Global Village Creartists group. I am very happy about this successful project. Thanks to all of you for your support and to all of them who make the travelling possible.

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Congratulations for All contributor artists. Thank you Victor Vidal & for all artists, Emmy Verschoor, Fred van Welie,Jeroen van Paassen, Alberto D' Assumpcão, Bill Thomson and Amnesty International who helped to organize the travelling shows and Bodil Gyldenkerne who helped us finding  the right place for permanent exhibiton of the artwork in Legal and Prison Museum in Vestervig, Denmark.

Participating artists:
Mireille Dubois Vanhove, Fred van Welie, ILham Badreddine Mahfouz, Roberta Masciarelli, Barbara Harrison, Pilar Roldán ,Carlos Senna, Rossano Di Cicco Morra, Luiz Cavalli, Victor Valqui Vidal,
Mario Rui Araujo, Randi Antonsen, Leonor Alvim Brazao,Suzann El-abboud Art,Cassandra Gordon-Harris, Cathérine Petré,Karl Peter Fischer, Emmy Verschoor , Marcelo Lerer, Alberto D'Assumpção,
Bill Thomson, Fred van Welie, Iwona Zaborowska, Cristina Homem de Mello, Rosa Guerrero, Julie Karmark Valqui Vidal,Krisztina Asztalos, Maher Khatib Abo Nidal, Mille Højerslev Nielsen, Federico de Muro



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