ICDO is thrilled to invite you to Art Exhibition with the theme of “Climate Change & Sustainability” that will feature numerous international artists from more than 20 countries.
The art exhibition “Sustainable Diversity” aims to explore and artistically convey the importance of embracing diversity for a more sustainable future in the face of climate change.
The exhibition will showcase a wide range of artistic expressions that highlight the connections between sustainability, climate change, and diversity. We encourage artists from diverse backgrounds and perspectives to submit works that explore topics such as the impacts of climate change on marginalized communities, the importance of sustainable practices for promoting social and environmental justice, and the role of art in inspiring positive change. Through a diverse range of contemporary and sustainable art, the exhibition aims to enlighten, inspire, and empower both international and local communities.
The exhibition centers around themes related to the intersection of diversity, sustainability and climate change, including the impacts of climate change on diverse communities, the importance of sustainable practices and materials in promoting diversity, and the urgent need for collective action towards a more inclusive, sustainable and resilient future.
ICDO’s “Sustainable Diversity” exhibition represents our commitment to promoting sustainable practices, embracing diversity, and inspiring positive change in the face of climate change. We welcome all forms of art, including paintings, sculptures, installations, mixed media, and digital art. Selected works will be displayed in a gallery of Yunus Emre Institute in Vienna and promoted through various online and offline channels.
We look forward to showcasing the artwork that highlights the importance of sustainability, diversity, and climate change in creating a better world for all.
- Mr. Jerson Jimenez – Dominican Republic
- Mr. Norlito Meimban – Philippines
- Ms. Tamara Salamin – Panama
- Mr. Marvin Balcos – Philippines
- Ms. Sonia E. Amaya de Siblik – Mexico
- Ms. Bransha Gautier – Austria
- Mr. Juan Muñoz – Colombia
- Mr. Omar Carbonero – El Salvador
- Mr. Carles Berruezo – Spanin/Mexico
- Ms. Masha Lenivkina – Ukraine
- Mr. Nastar Mamai – Kyrgyzstan
- Mr. David Celi – Ecuador
- Marie Andree Goncalves – Venezuela/Guatemala/Portugal
- Mr. William Caceres Garcia – Ecuador
- Mr. Andrej Grilc – Slovenia
- Ms. Hui Zhu – China
- Mr. Solomon Okpurukhre – Nigeria/Austria
- Mr. Luis Villarroel – Chile
- Ms. Yegana Azadova – Azerbaijan