Anastasios Presvelis - Greece
Andreas Kargsten – Sweden / Greece
Caterina Aslanidou - Greece
Caterina Canellis - Greece
Children’s paintings from Georgia
Christella Demetriou - Cyprus / Australia
Constance Thalken - USA
Cristina Schleder – Brazil
Dimitra Goussi (1) - Greece
Dimitra Goussi (2) - Greece
Eirini Tsiraki - Greece
Elli Xatziantoniou - Greece
Elpida Iatrou - Greece
Elsa Tatsi - Greece
Giannis Andriomenos - Greece
Inna Cymlich Janse - Brazil / Australia
Konstantina Papoutsidaki - Greece
Konstantinos Pantelakis - Greece
Luci Torres - Brazil
Marcelo Bicalho - Brazil
Melody Reeves - USA
Nancy Andrade Pinto (Fletea) - Brazil
Nicola Damiani - Italy
Niki Kapokaki – Greece
Noêmia Nunes – Brazil
Osório Garcia - Brazil
Oscar Araripe - Brazil
Sotiria Thomopoulou - Greece
Vanda Chalyvopoulou - Greece
A Series of Travelling Art Shows in Greece, France, and Brazil
On the Theme "Environment: Common Good - Common Responsibility"
The European coordination Committee for the Charter of Human Responsibilities is organizing a series of group and travelling art exhibitions on the theme "Environment: common good - common responsibility".
The first three exhibitions are organized in Greece, with the backing of the Greek association Polis – International Network for Environmental Education:
After the series of exhibitions in Greece is completed, the artworks will travel to France, where they will be displayed in the headquarters of the Foundation Charles-Léopold Mayer in Paris, in January 2008. Finally, the artworks will be sent to Brazil, where a new exhibition will be organized by the Brazilian team of the Charter during the year 2008.
Through this series of exhibitions, as well as through parallel events (publications, CD-ROMs, video screenings, debates, Web pages displaying the project), we are seeking to raise public awareness on our responsibility - individual and collective - with respect to environment, as well as to give a wider reach to our project on responsibility.
In the Web pages dedicated to the Charter activities in Europe, you can find pictures of the art works, the artists’ statements and their biographies in three languages (English, French and Greek, soon in Brazilian), along with the artists’ pictures.
We are very happy to have the opportunity to work on such an inspiring project - which, in fact, was an idea of the Brazilian team of the Charter. Our objective is to continue with this project next year and to involve more artists from more countries.
For more information, please contact the “European Committee for the Charter of Human Responsibilities”