Art for Humanity

The art and poetry of the Dialogue among Civilisations exhibition will be exhibited in public spaces throughout South Africa.  Billboards, banners, exhibitions and posters will invite the viewer to engage in and reflect upon the creative outcomes and to take ‘moral ownership’ of the values expressed through the art and poetry. These values include creativity, freedom of expression, excellence, dignity, pride, reflection, cultural heritage as well as respect for individual rights and independence.  The creative works espouse the values of Human Rights as reflected in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The print portfolio of creative artwork and poetry is also available to interested organisations and institutions for exhibition purposes or to acquire for inclusion in their permanent art collections.

 

Participating artists: Alex Carrascosa, Heinz Allemann, Jack Beng-Thi, Kim Berman, Colleen C. Brannigan, Marie-Helene Cauvin, Jasna Corovic, Tembo Danca, Mel Edwards, Ana Fernandez, Eric Fonteneau, Theaster Gates, Mark Graver, Biljana Jankovic, Samson Kambalu, Amadou Kane Sy, Nicene Kossentini, Franck K. Lundangi, Joseph Madisia, Alfred Marseille, Fernando Meza, Guto Nobrega, Ayaka Okutsu, Candida Pestana, Collin Sekajugo, Marianna Stuhr, Ebina Tatsuo, Barthelemy Toguo, Amira Wasfy and Clifford Zulu.


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