On the occasion of World Human Rights Day, KMOP and the Greek pioneering digital art and culture platform Artit are launching on Saturday 10th of December the international digital exhibition: “Equal in Dignity and Rights”, with the aim of raising awareness for a better society , fairer and more sustainable.
How do the stories of Mahsa Amini, George Floyd and Demetra of Lesbos “meet”?
The digital exhibition, which will be available for free throughout December, features works by 20 distinguished visual artists from 11 countries, and aspires to remind us of the unique way in which art advances human rights. Artists render, among other things, figuratively the right to life, to decent living, to equality, to education and to freedom of thought, conscience and religion.
To browse the digital exhibition, see all the exhibits and read the stories behind them, tune in this Saturday on the Artit platform.
*It is noted that Artit is a Greek digital art and culture platform of international scope and aims to highlight, network and reward artists from all over the world. Aiming to promote social entrepreneurship and harnessing the power of art and technology, Artit creates accessible and inclusive artistic opportunities in collaboration with organizations and companies internationally. The platform is used by more than 5,000 artists from 57 countries and presents over 20,000 works through it.
For more information about the international exhibition you can contact 210-3637547 or (Mr. Giorgos Koulouris) or via [email protected] (Ms. Danai Papadimitriou).