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PRESS: Financial Times – Why more artists face jail around the world

PRESS TEXT: Why more artists face jail around the world Source: FT.com By Rachel Spence ‘Increased politicisation is only part of the story. Ivor Stodolsky, who set up AR along with fellow curator Marita Muukkonen in 2013 to provide residencies for … Continue reading

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Welcoming Benjamin Abras to AR-Tangiers

We are pleased to welcome Benjamin Abras to our new AR–Tangiers residency hosted in collaboration with a network of local spaces and institutions including including the Tangier Gnawa school of music and Atelier Kisseria. Abras will research local dance traditions … Continue reading

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Introducing Lusine Dzjanyan and Alexey Knedlyakovsky

Lusine Dzjanyan and Alexey Knedlyakovsky are members of the performance group, Pussy Riot that came to international recognition in 2012 after its members engaged in a performance critical of the Putin regime in the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in … Continue reading

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Documentation: Panel talk at the World Village Festival with Saddam Jumaily and Artist at Risk’s Co Founders

Related: AR Resident – Saddam Jumaily          

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PRESS: NKOSILATHI EMMANUEL MOYO talks to Deutsche Welle about Zimbabwe

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=33&v=dOeMCrNYw0w Deutsche Welle News 19.04.2019 On 18 April Nkosilathi Emmanuel Moyo gave an interview to Deutsche Welle (DW News). He discussed his book “Dismantling Mugabeism” and the human rights situation in Zimbabwe. Nkosilathi Moyo. is an Artists-at-Risk (AR) Resident … Continue reading

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Welcome to Spartak Khachanov as first AR-Radar Sofia resident

Related: Welcome to Spartak Khachanov as AR-Resident in Helsinki Return the work of Spartak Khachanov! Open letter to the Kiev Academy AR MOBILE talk at HAM with Spartak Khachanov   We are happy to announce Spartak Khachanov (Kiev) as the … Continue reading

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Event: Artists at Risk (AR) BRUNCH at the 58th Venice Biennale 08/05/19

     

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Bio Fatoş İrwen

Artists at Risk (AR)’s Campaign for the release and just treatment of Fatoş İrwen Related: Fatoş İrwen was a participant in: The AR Pavilion Berlin: Mutatis Mutandis Documentation: The Artists at Risk (AR) Pavilion Berlin: Mutatis Mutandis   Fatoş İrwen … Continue reading

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Announcing new IA-Gnesta Safe Haven Residency with Art Lab Gnesta

Art Lab Gnesta, an independent art hub located in Gnesta, Sweden is joining the Artists at Risk (AR) network of AR-Safe Haven Residencies. It is joining as part of the Nordic network-project Immigré Artists (IA) and Artists at Risk (AR) … Continue reading

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Welcoming Munish Wadhia to IA-Safe Haven Gnesta

We are pleased to announce Munish Wadhia’s arrival earlier this Spring as the first resident at the IA-Gnesta Safe Haven. Munish Wadhia is a painter who uses displacement as an artistic strategy, dislocating and deconstructing imagery and artefacts from his … Continue reading

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