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current and upcoming ::

Bunch of Kunst in Quarantine // Reflections on the Viral Vacuum

A virtual exhibition :
Starts June 1

On the instagram account of:

@mara_johanna.kolmel

With contributions by:

Sunil Abhiman Awachar IN, Luisa Adelfio US/IT, Sultan Adler DE, Amina Ahmed IN, Rosana Antoli ES, Bernadette Anzengruber AT, Uli Ap RU, Katharina Arndt DE, Katarzyna Badach DE, Lara Verena Bellenghi AT, Nasreddine Bennacer IN, Mauro Bonillo ES/MX, Hannah Bohnen DE , Karlheinz Bux DE, Arietta Chandris UK/GRE, Katie Currie UK, Foivos Dousos GR, Brad Downey US, Filiz Ayten Düzenli DE, elet AT, Alfredo Ramos Fernández CU, Ornella Fieres DE, Marta de la Figuera ES, Bettina Funke DE, Sabine Funke DE, Shiva Gor IN, Hesse+Wakil DE/AF, Helena Hunter UK, IOCOSE IT, Awdhesh Bajpai Jabalpur IN, Prabhakar Kamble IN, Rajesh Kargutkar IN, Izumi Kobayashi JA/DE, Sandesh Khule IN, Naresh Kumar IN , Ranjeeta Kumari IN, Bettina Langehein DE, Dorien Lantin DE, Marie-Eve Levasseur FR/CA, Joshua Lieberman US, Saleh Lo MR, Saviya Lopes IN, William Mackrell UK, Martina Menegon IT , Filippo Minelli IT, Amitis Motevalli IR/US, Jhenyfy Muller BR, Daniel Negron IT, Prabhakar Pachpute IN, Chiara Passa IT, Rupali Patil IN, Jasmine Pradissitto UK, Sudheer Rajbhar IN, Katarina Rankovic RS/UK, Nooshin Rostami IR/US, Janina Santamarina DE, Agnese Sanvito IT, Anja Schneider DE, Käthe Schönle DE, Susan Supercharged US/UK, William Stein UK, Alexandra Tatar AT, Thomas Teurlai FR, Eleni Tomadaki GR, Milos Trakilovic NL/BA, Viviana Troya CO, Boris Vergote BE, Maria Wallace US, Stefan Willi Wang DE, Birender Yadav IN, Jazoo Yang KR

HELLO WORLD//Virtual, International Art Exchange

starting June 20

TransCultural Exchange Online Platform

About:

On June 20, 2020 – the summer/winter solstice, the longest/shortest day of the year – visit international galleries of paintings, photos, prints and installations; check out videos from across the globe, watch dance troupes perform,  listen to a band from Tanzania (another from Italy, another from Portugal, another from the UK – you get the idea), participate in an art work from Kyrgyzstan, England, and more.

Hundreds of artists and arts and cultural venues from more 70 countries will comprise this tour.

Hello World was inspired by all the many efforts gallantly being made by artists throughout the world in their local communities. For instance, the Italian balcony singers, serenading their neighbors.

Hello World takes this idea to the global level as a way to demonstrate care and concern not only for our close neighbors, but also for our distant ones – to signal that we are all in this pandemic together and that people around the world care about all of the world’s peoples.

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