Tuesday, 15 February 2011

ART for The World's next projects

OUR NEXT EXHIBITIONS
ART for The World organizes during 54th edition of the Venice Biennale (June/October 2011), simultaneously to the exhibitions and pavilions held all over the city, an important artistic event to be seen in one of the most prestigious sites of Venice,  the XVII century Palazzo Zenobio.

Palazzo Zenobio

THE MEDITERRANEAN APPROACH
Venue: Palazzo Zenobio
Opening: June 3, 2010
Curated by Adelina von Fürstenberg and Thierry Ollat, Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC), Marseille
in collaboration with Anna Daneri, Free Lance Curator, Genoa

A group show of well known international artists inspired by Mediterranean croassroads of peoples and languages. The Mediterranean Sea, birthplace of Western civilization and the gate to the East, consists for the artists in a route towards knowledge and creativity.
The "piano nobile" of Palazzo Zenobio will host between June and September 2011, the artworks (paintings, sculptures, videos, photos, installations) of prominent artists from Spain, UK, Italy, France, Greece, Morocco, Egypt, Albania, Israel, Turkey and Libanon. Among them Ghada Amer, Ziad Antar, Faouzi Bensaidi, Marie Bovo, David Casini, Isaac Julien, Huseyin Karabey, Ange Leccia, Adrian Paci, Maria Papadimitriou Zineb Sedira, Gel Weinstein and Peter Wuethrich. 

Adrian Paci, Last Gesture, 2009

Ghada Amer, One Hundred Words of Love, 2010






OUR FILM PREMIERES
The long feature THEN AND NOW Beyond Borders and Differences will be released in March 2011.
The omnibus film is composed by 7 short movies by TATA AMARAL, FANNY ARDANT, HUSEYIN KARABEY, MASBEDO, IDRISSA OUEDRAOGO, JAFAR PANAHI, ROBERT WILSON, with the general soundtrack by MICHAEL GALASSO.
Inspired by Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, "Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion", the short movies are based on the themes of non violence, tolerance and respect for differences.

Première:
- International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights (FIFDH), Geneva, on March 7, at the theater l'Alhambra, at the presence of the directors Fanny Ardant and Hüseyn Karabey, as well as of Mrs Rakel Dink.
The screening (60 min. approximately) will be followed by a discussion on Article 18.
Next screenings:
- Flux Laboratory, Geneva, on March 10
- Sguardi Altrove Film Festival, Milan, on March 12, at Cinema Gnomo

  Hüseyin Karabey, No darkness can make us forget, 2011
Masbedo, Distante un padre, 2010
Idrissa Ouedraogo, La longue marche du caméleon, 2010
                                                         


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