Item Archive: Artists at Risk (AR)
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Related: AR Resident Spartak Khachanov Artists at Risk and its AR Residencies SOURCE: The Washington Post, Will Englund and Kathy Lally, Nov. 2, 2019 PRESS TEXT: HELSINKI — Let’s call them “figurines.” That’s the name their creator, Spartak Khachanov, delicately … Continue reading
Artists at Risk (AR) co-directors Marita Muukkonen and Ivor Stodolsky were at ZKM | Zentrum für Kunst und Medien Karlsruhe on September 6th to present “At the Interface of Human Rights and the Arts”, a talk on AR’s genesis and … Continue reading
We are pleased to welcome ZKM | Center for Art and Media as an “Artists at Risk (AR) – A European Network of Safe Havens (AR-ENSH)” partner. ZKM | Center for Art and Media combines research and production, exhibitions and … Continue reading
We are very happy to announce that Artists at Risk (AR) has secured a year-long, two-part AR-Residency in Germany for the curator and artist Barış Seyitvan. Following his AR-Residency in Helsinki and a bridging period in Belgrade, Seyitvan has arrived … Continue reading
Related: AR-Resident Spartak Khachanov AR MOBILE talk: Spartak Khachanov at HAM 03/04/2019 Spartak’s MOBILE Talk at Ham, on April 3 2019 The AR Secretariat is generously funded by Koneen Säätiö – Kone Foundation.
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
Related Welcoming Smart Owie from Nigeria to AR-Residency Smart Owie was born in Benin, Nigeria, a city renowned for its sculptural background, particularly in the fields of casting. Owie himself was fortunate to come from a family of wood carvers … Continue reading
Open Letter re Pussy Riot Artists in Sweden: AR and Partners Call for Political Asylum for Lusine Dzjanyan and Alexey Knedlyakovsky and their two children.
The AR-Residency at Unicorn, Malmö, Sweden, is hosted by UNICORN – Artists in Solidarity as part the Immigré Artists (IA) and Artists at Risk (AR)-Nordic Network by Perpetuum Mobilε (PM) funded by Nordic Culture Point. As part of the Artists at Risk (AR) … Continue reading