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Follow the links below to find out more about each #RiskandRebellion participant! 1. Steven Forti (board member of Club Tenco, Trento/Barcelona) 2. Grammo Suspect – Rainbow Ambassador Kenya (LGBTQ+ rapper, poet) 3. Angela Aldebs (dancer, performance artist, Helsinki/Damascus) 4. Carminda Mac Lorin (founder … Continue reading
Masha Alekhina & Yulia Tsvetkova on International Women’s Day 2021
Subscribe to our newletter On the occasion of International Women’s Day on the 8th of March, Artists at Risk (AR) is celebrating two prominent Russian artists, feminist activists and political dissidents, Yulia Tsvetkova and Maria (Masha) Alekhina. Alongside many friends, … Continue reading
#RISKANDREBELLION PROGRAMME ANNOUNCED!
CLICK HERE TO SEE THE PROGRAMME! Click here to find information about each participant. Watch the full 7-hour #RiskandRebellion Symposium and Concert on YouTube! The #RiskandRebellion programme is out. Check it for details of each CHAPTER, participant and/or musical, activist or … Continue reading
PRESS: Die müssen da raus, in “art – Das Kunstmagazin”
SOURCE: art – Das Kunstmagazin, Tim Holthöfer, August 2019 PRESS TEXT: INTERVIEW Die Kuratoren von »Artists at Risk« über ihre Arbeit mit Künstlern in Not Die Organisation »Artists at Risk« verschafft bedrohten Künstlern Stipendien und Residenzen in sicheren Ländern, organisiert … Continue reading
Talk at ZKM | Karlsruhe: At the Interface of Human Rights and the Arts
Artists at Risk (AR) co-directors Marita Muukkonen and Ivor Stodolsky were at ZKM | Zentrum für Kunst und Medien Karlsruhe on 6 September to present “At the Interface of Human Rights and the Arts”, a talk on AR’s genesis and … Continue reading
PRESS: Art Review – Is art too polite to fight the far right?
PRESS TEXT re: Is art too polite to fight the far right? Source: Artreview.com By Mike Watson Donald Trump’s particular brand of presidential communication has allowed him to dominate the cultural conversation globally ever since he came to power in January … Continue reading