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A public version of a strategic document commissioned by the ARJ (Arts Human Rights, Social Justice Working Group) of the Access to Culture Platform is now available online.
Who owns public art illegally placed onto private buildings? That's a question that came up recently after a famous Banksy work in London was ripped out of the side of a building, shipped across the Atlantic, and put up for auction with an estimated final price of over half a million dollars.
La Coalicin Paraguaya para la Diversidad Cultural est conformada por 13 asociaciones del sector cultural. Hace un balance desigual de las acciones gubernamentales en los aos precediendo y siguiendo la destitucin del presidente Fernando Lugo en junio 2012.
The Paraguayan Coalition for Cultural Diversity is comprised of 13 associations of the cultural sector. It looks at the government actions in the years preceding and following the impeachment of President Fernando Lugo in June 2012.
Long Live Free Art, the rallying-call title of an exhibition that closed in Cairo on 15 January, succinctly expressed the Egyptian art worlds growing resistance to the new constitution, which was approved at the end of December, handing a majority victory to Islamists. Artists, curators, critics and academics have united against president Mohamed Morsi and his controversial charter, which they say threatens freedom of expression and creativity.
All That Is Banned Is Desired: World Conference on Artistic Freedom of Expression. Over the two days of the conference, more than 50 artists and individuals involved in the arts addressed vital and complex issues concerning artists freedom of expression.