Item Archive: freedom of speech
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Related Welcoming Erden Kosova to AR-Safe Haven Berlin Erden Kosova is a Turkish art critic and curator based in Istanbul and Berlin. Kosova has been an AR-Resident in Berlin since January 2019. His residency is a cooperation between Artists at … Continue reading
We are pleased to have Erden Kosova as an AR-Resident in Berlin in cooperation with Apartment Project (Selda Asal). Erden will use the residency to continue his theoretical research in the coming months. Erden Kosova is a Turkish art critic … Continue reading
Related: Welcome to Spartak Khachanov as AR-Resident in Helsinki Spartak Khachanov is from Kiev, Ukraine, where he was studying in his fourth year at the Kiev Art Academy before being expelled by its Director Andrei Chebykin for making ‘immoral’ artworks. … Continue reading
Rami Sidky, a 33-year old guitarist and musician from Cairo (Egypt) has been languishing in jail since May 2018. The Egyptian judiciary continues to hold Rami without clear charges. His supposed crime? Alleged participation in a song critical of the … Continue reading
PRESS: Soldaten in Phallusform Ein Student hatte eine Phallus-Parade aus Gipssoldaten aufgestellt. Pazifistisch sollte diese sein – der Direktor des Instituts findet sie „unmoralisch“.
Source: TAZ, January. 2019 Bernhard Clasen PRESS TEXT: Ein Student hatte eine Phallus-Parade aus Gipssoldaten aufgestellt. Pazifistisch sollte diese sein – der Direktor des Instituts findet sie „unmoralisch“. Lange stand die „Phallus-Parade“ nicht. Auch Wladimir Chartschenko, Dozent für graphisches … Continue reading
We are happy to announce the arrival of artist Spartak Khachanov to the Artists-at-Risk (AR) residency. Khachanov is a sculptor and pacifist, who will be resident at Suomenlinna in Helsinki from January 2019. Spartak Khachanov is from Kiev, Ukraine, where he … Continue reading
Source: https://yle.fi/uutiset/3-10506987 Sanna Vilkman 17.11.2018 Ramy Essam, the voice of the Egyptian revolution and “singer of Tahrir Square”, talks to Finnish YLE about the importance of freedom of expression and the Finnish way of not speaking up: – I … Continue reading
Documentation of The Artists at Risk (AR) Pavilion – Berlin: mutatis mutandis The exhibition runs through 18.10.2018. Wed-Sat 14.00 – 18.00.
Related The Artists at Risk (AR) Pavilion – Berlin: mutatis mutandis Artists at Risk (AR) Symposium and Screenings – A Conversation at the Nordic Embassies in Berlin