PASSION FOR FREEDOM FESTIVAL EXTENDED DEADLINE for entries to 27th of SEPTEMBER




 CALL FOR ENTRIES

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LONDON FESTIVAL 2013

 

NEW EXTENDED DEADLINE – 27 SEPTEMBER 2013

 

Due to many artists’ requests, Passion for Freedom decided to extend the submission deadline to Friday 27th September.

We have been delighted with the number and quality of entries so far and want to ensure that as many people as possible have the time to deliver their works from overseas and various places.

Shortlisted artists will have an opportunity to exhibit works together with special guest artists: Mehdi-Georges Lahlou and Firoozeh Bazrafkan. Mehdi-Georges Lahlou is a French Maroccan artist who produces performances and installations that deal with humour both cultural identities and “gender”, to the point of dissolving the one in the others. Firoozeh Bazrafkan is an Iranian artist noted for making provocative statements celebrates the Islamic Revolution in Iran in her own way.

 The works will be judged by the international Selection Panel including Anda Rottenberg (former Minister of Culture in Poland), Deeyah (Muslim Madonna from United States), Sarah Maple (well-known young British artist) and Nick Cohen (Journalist and Writer from UK).

Passion for Freedom Festival will comprise two exhibitions taking place at the UNIT24 Gallery next to the Tate Modern (20 Great Guildford Street, London SE1 0FD) from                    02.11-09.11. The Festival will present selected works from artists, film makers and writers whose work speaks for freedom and artists selected from an open submission.

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Duration 14 September 2013 - 27 September 2013
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Cost Free
Venue 24 UNIT GALLERY next to the TATE MODERN
Address 20 Great Guildford Street London SE1 0FD, ,
Contact / info@passionforfreedom.co.uk / passionforfreedom.co.uk

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