Showing posts from September, 2016

Arising – An open call and exhibition from Yoko Ono to women worldwide, Reykjavik, Iceland, 2016

Would you like to participate in an artwork? Reykjavik Art Museum is working on a display with artist Yoko Ono in the Harbor House in Reykjavik city. Yoko Ono is known for realizing her works with audience participation and this would most definitely constitute as such a work. Ono invites women from all over the world to send a testament of harm inflicted on them, for simply being what they are; a woman. #Icenews The open call from the artist is as follows: WOMEN OF ALL AGES, FROM ALL COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD: YOU ARE INVITED TO SEND A TESTAMENT OF HARM DONE TO YOU FOR BEING A WOMAN. WRITE YOUR TESTAMENT IN YOUR OWN LANGUAGE, IN YOUR OWN WORDS, AND WRITE HOWEVER OPENLY YOU WISH. YOU MAY SIGN YOUR FIRST NAME IF YOU WISH, BUT DO NOT GIVE YOUR FULL NAME.

HUMAN RIGHTS FLAG II., Denmark, 10 th Dec, 2016

First exhibiton if Human Rights Flag II is in Denmark, 10 th Dec, 2016, at Kulturhuset Kildenin Brøndby The contribution of Krisztina Asztalos: Article 19. Everyone has th e right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers. Article 19. 30x30 cm acrylic on canvas The first HUMAN RIGHTS FLAG- from cyberspace to Amnesty International Museum in Frøslev Prison Camp in Padborg, Denmark, was created by 29 members of the Facebook group: Global Village Creartists in 2011. It has been exhibited in several countries; see the whole history (2011-2016) in the following photo album: photos/ 117265089079097273600/ albums/5703456408397824817