Mirca Art Group Poster Show in recognition of Malala Yousafzai in Sweden, 19 Aug- 24 Oct, 2015, Ostra Gymnasiet, Skogas, Sweden.





Artwork exhibited by Krisztina Asztalos from Urban series. No Code V., 2013. 50 X 70 cm 

acrylic and silver and gold on canvas

The artwork's subtitle is Urban Kids. 


This painting is a  quite sarcastic and humorous piece depicting Y generation using technology very early, like "chained to" laptops, tablets,smart phones and also depicting fashion patterns  and elements of child clothes.Although using technology in harmonious way can be a very useful and succesful tool for education of children from primary school to higher education.


"The planned exhibition is NOT about RELIGION! It is about the 'Declaration of Human Rights" which is INTERNATIONAL LAW - btw: also signed by most of the islamic countries!!! But even in those countries that signed the declaration, the human rights of women and children are still being severely disregarded. And that's what WE (the MIRCA ART Group) focus on - WITHIN the Declaration of Human Rights - in the exhibition: The Human Rights of women and children."


written by Hego, Mirca Art Group Council member


Theme: In recognition of Malala Yousafzai







Show date: 29 aug 2015 to 24 oct 2015. 

Location: Ostra Gymnasiet, Skogas, Sweden.

Theme: In recognition of Malala Yousafzai

The profit from the sales will be donated to a foundation.


In honor of Malala Yousafzai, 35 members of Mirca exhibits their art work  from 19 countries.
Artworks are exhibited in printed poster  format 70 x 50 centimeters. 


2 press releases for this show, one in april and  in august, just Before the show. These will go out to Swedish media. Each artist organize the international and national, local media as possible.

Links:

Watch "action/2015" and "Rafea Um Gomar", please! Giving voice to the silenced!

Opinion  by Mirca member Hego and main concept of exhibit:

The planned exhibition is NOT about RELIGION! It is about the 'Declaration of Human Rights" which is INTERNATIONAL LAW - btw: also signed by most of the islamic countries!!! But even in those countries that signed the declaration, the human rights of women and children are still being severely disregarded. And that's what WE (the MIRCA ART Group) focus on - WITHIN the Declaration of Human Rights - in the exhibition: The Human Rights of women and children.
In 1985 there were two UN - Conventions a) on Eliminiation of Discrimination Against Women (this convention bans discrimination against women) and b) the Convention on the Rights of the Child (this convention bans discrimination against children and provides for special protection and rights appropriate to minors.). So we'll continue a "tradition" started by the UN.
The profit from the sales will be donated to a foundation. I suggested the Malala foundation. Malala could as well be Jewish, Buddhist, Christian or whatever. Since she's got the Peace Noble Prize she's kind of a symbol and a well regarded, highly respected person taking action for the rights of women and children. Mentioning that the profits from our sales will be donated to her foundation will draw some attention to the MIRCA TOUR FOR HUMAN RIGHTS - exhibition in Galary Lyktan, Skogard, Sweden. Thanks once again for your engagement and for the invitation, Stefan! Best always, HEGO

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