Have you ever imagined visiting any art gallery in the world at any time, and skipping the long queues? The concept of The Long Nights of Interculturality 2020 is a whole new virtual experience, showcasing the beauty of diverse cultures and traditions through numerous virtual events, including the virtual art exhibition “Art Reunited’ that was presented on September 15 on one of the most popular online art exhibitions platforms worldwide-Artsteps. The event will be visible until October 15: one month will pass by quite quickly – so don’t forget to check it out!
The exhibition’s theme – reunited in #safeguardingdiversity – aims to explore the messages transmitted through contemporary art pieces about recent global changes and an artistic call for a more diverse, inclusive, and better world. ‘Art Reunited’ presents different expressions and values of cultural diversity, biodiversity, and social inclusion, and it artistically conveys ideas of intercultural dialogue, showcasing diverse artworks and techniques used by artists coming from every corner of the planet.
“The current racial discrimination problems won’t be solved if we do not realize that color does not exist. Color is just a construction of our brain as well as our illusion of disconnection from each other.”, described Jerson Jimenez his artwork ‘There is No Color’
ICDO is proud to present internationally acclaimed artists that challenge traditional artistic values through innovative techniques and powerful messages. The artists that are featured in our virtual venue are Pablo Posada Pernikoff from Colombia, Vatroslav Kuliš from Croatia, Jindra Viková and Pavel Baňka from the Czech Republic, Norlie Meimban and Renee Avila from the Philippines, Jerson Jimenez from the Dominican Republic, Rutger De Vries from the Netherlands, Yasuyuki Ueda from Japan, Ben Chong See Wai from Malaysia, Alexandrine Massot from Switzerland, Resul Ertaş and Gülnihal Küpeli from Turkey, Mohammad Fazel Nagash from Afghanistan and Jelena Kopanja from Austria.