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Exhibition Shrinking Space: We Are All Human Rights Defenders #2

  • data:13/11 - 10/12
  • tijd:16:00
  • locatie: Het Nutshuis
  • adres:Riviervismarkt 5, Den Haag

From 13 November to 10 December, Justice and Peace organizes the exhibition SHRINKING SPACE in Het Nutshuis in The Hague. The exhibition consists of an installation for the thousands of people who disappear every year in Mexico and a photo series about (self) censorship in the Russian art world. The official opening is on Monday, November 13th, from 4 pm.

Footprints of Memory by artists from Colectivo Huellas de la Memoria: 80 pairs of shoes testify of the thousands of people who disappear in Mexico and Latin America every year. Every shoe carries a personal message from a relative who is still looking for his or her missing loved one. – In cooperation with SMX Collective

Photo series Inoffensive Art by artist Nadezhda Titova: the photos combined with a list of incidents in Russian art world illustrate in a disorienting way how artists in Russia are hindered in their capacity to criticise society and express themselves. – In cooperation with Royal Academy of Art, The Hague

OFFICIAL OPENING I By The Hague Alderman Saskia Bruines
Monday 13 November – at 16:00 in Het Nutshuis. Entrance is free. 
Featuring: human rights defenders from Mexico and Russia, participating in the Shelter City Network for human rights defenders under threat.

This exhibition has been made possible by Fonds 1818 and Het Nutshuis. 

PUBLIC EVENTS PROGRAMMA I Read more on our website