Reconciliation is needed more than ever.
Innocent victims and vulnerable groups suffer. In short, the world has countless divisions. How can we overcome differences? How do we create empathy? Should we try to understand the motives of those responsible for violence? Can forgiveness play a part? Living, Forgiving, Remembering brings together works based on the themes of tolerance, reconciliation and forgiveness. They suggest various ways in which social and political differences might be overcome.
Museum Arnhem, October 4th, 2020 - January 17th, 202
Ti Bergamo is not an exhibition on Art and Covid, but a broader reflection on the sense of community. The exhibition takes its title from the drawing produced and donated to the museum by the Romanian artist Dan Perjovschi in support of the fundraising campaign for the Papa Giovanni XXIII Hospital which the GAMeC promoted on its social platforms throughout the period of the healthcare emergency in the city. Within the exhibition are also brought together the twenty-six posters from the initiative Poster Quotidiano,conceived together with Iva Lulashi and Fabio Roncato, and curated by Giuseppe Frangi and Rischa Paterlini, in support of the Fondazione Progetto Arca Onlus.
EVA International is Ireland’s Biennial of Contemporary Art.
the 39th EVA International will open on the 18th September and continue until 15th November 2020.
Phase 1 of the 39th EVA International will open on the 18th September and continue until 15th November 2020. The Phase 1 programme will include venue-based, online, and offsite presentations by artists including Bora Baboci, Yane Calovski, Eirene Efstathiou, Laura Fitzgerald, Michele Horrigan, Melanie Jackson and Esther Leslie, Áine McBride, Emily McFarland, Eimear Walshe, Driant Zeneli, and Women Artists Action Group.
The 11th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art is curated by María Berríos, Renata Cervetto, Lisette Lagnado, and Agustín Pérez Rubio. The members of this intergenerational, female identified team of South-American curators envision the forthcoming edition of the Berlin Biennale as a series of lived experiences that evolve as a process. It begins with three sequential moments, exp. 1, exp. 2, and exp. 3, unfolding from September 2019 to July 2020, which attempt to learn from and build sustainable relations, not only with participating artists and projects, but as importantly with the city and people of Berlin.