One Law for All’s 4th Passion for Freedom Art Festival will be held during 3-10 November 2012 at UNIT 24 Gallery, 20 Great Guildford Street, London SE1 0FD (Closest underground station: Southwark) showcasing the work of 40 artists from 20 countries worldwide. The artists will be addressing crucial issues related to freedom and religious laws.
One Law for All supporters are invited to attend a private viewing on Saturday 3 November from 6:30pm-9:30pm. To RSVP email email@example.com.
Shortlisted artists being showcased are Amiri, Hangama (Canada, Afghanistan), Avila, Osailys Milian (Cuba), Bachaus, Maureen (The Netherlands), Beck, Eskild (Denmark), Behroozi, Azadeh (UK), Bennett, Elisabeth (UK), Betts, Gary (UK), Bonafede, John (USA), Breuker, Sarianne Elisabeth (The Netherlands), Burgher, Victoria (UK), Deceuninck, An (Belgium), Dent, Fiona (UK), Dong, van der Johan (The Netherlands), Eikelpoth, Alice (Germany/UK), Farahmandi, Ferri (UK/Iran), Franzolin, Luciana (UK/Italy), Gascoigne, Elisabeth (UK), Gorrill, Helen (UK), Georges, Hala (Syria/UK), Harrison, Paul (UK), Jamali, Haleh (UK/Iran), De Ioanni, Monica (UK/Greece), Johnson, Joy (UK), Lloyd, Matthew (UK), Leigh, Peter (UK), Massaro, Michael (UK), Nelson, Wendy (UK), Niemis, Renato (UK), Cuevas Pacorrosa, Rosa (UK/Spain), Qureshi, Abdullah (UK/Pakistan), Romain, Ricky (England), Saulat, Sausan (USA/Pakistan), Schgor, Francesca (England/France), Strzelecka, Maria (Poland), Taugner, Stephanie (USA), Teleki, Al (Austria), and Tracewska, Matylda (Poland) with special artist guest, Maple, Sarah.
Other events being organised during the festival include the following two screenings:
Tuesday 06/11/2012, 7:00pm, ”My Brother the Islamist” by Robb Leech
Friday 09/11/2012, 7:00pm, ”Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry” by Alison Klayman
Information on previous festivals can be found below:
For more information, contact:
One Law for All
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