• 2011-11-01

    Ljubljana / November, 2011 / 何见平受邀参展2011卢布尔雅那海报节

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    Radovan Jenko / Slovenia

    Poster Festival Ljubljana 2011

    Between 16 and 20 September 2011 we are organising the international Poster Festival Ljubljana’11, which is co-funded by the European Union. The main theme of the festival is 'The Faces of Racism Revealed'. The programme includes expert lectures, an exhibition, a panel, film screenings and other events. The festival partners of the Brumen Foundation are Amnesty International (AI) Slovenia, its offices in partner countries, and higher education design institutions from Paris (FR), Groningen (NL), and Warsaw (PL). Also participating are students of the Academy of Fine Art and Design in Ljubljana (SI).

    The goal of the festival is to stand against racial stereotypes and contribute to eliminating racial discrimination, behaviour and violence by (1) creating and distributing top artistic reflections on the subject of racial stereotypes and racism in the form of posters and (2) promoting a development of culture of mutual understanding and intercultural dialogue with innovative interdepartmental and inter-community education tools, which will raise awareness of the issue.

    The most significant direct effect of the festival is the donation of selected works to European and other international NGOs fighting against racism and racial discrimination, while reproduced images will be used for educational and similar activities.

    During the festival there will be six lectures by honorary guests, film screenings, public lecture by experts and human rights promoters and a panel. After the end of the festival in Ljubljana the exhibitions will travel to Paris, Groningen and Warsaw. Three partners are involved in the organisation of the exhibition: Akademia Sztuk Pięknych w Warszawie (PL), Hanzehogeschool Groningen – Academie Minerva(NL) and Ecole d'art Maryse Eloy, Paris (FR).
    Amnesty International Slovenia (SI) in collaboration with AI in partner countries will organise interactive guided tours of the exhibitions.

    My Work, Guests of Honour
    60 posters, 18 designers, 11 countries

    The exhibition presents 60 posters with social and political themes designed by 18 selected designers, honorary guests of the Poster Festival Ljubljana'11. The honorary guests are: Fang Cheng, Lex Drewinski, Janping He, Alex Jordan, Čedomir Kostović, Luba Lukova, Chaz Maviyane-Davies, Armando Milani, Piotr Młodożeniec, Kazumasa Nagai, Ostengruppe, Kari Piippo, Péter Pócs, U. G. Sato, David Tartakover, James Victore, Mieczysław Wasilewski, and Maja Wolna.

    No man is illegal

    Global Warming

    Visual commentary on the discussions about genetics

    101 poster, 89 designers, 29 countries

    The exhibition features works by internationally recognised designers who responded to the invitation to contribute posters on the theme of racism. There will be 101 posters by 89 designers from 29 countries. Many of the desgners have received several international awards and recognitions, are regularly invited to major poster exhibitions, biennials, triennials and festivals,and are featured in significant monographs and surveys of poster design.



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