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5.10.2016

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Arsalan, Alessandra and Evangelene bring colour to PHCaféen

On Saturday afternoon we celebrated the vernissage of Alessandra Sicuro (Italy), Arsalan Chalabi (Kurdistan) and Evangelene (Sri Lanka). The amazing bursts of colour from all three artists, in such different styles has transformed the café. Owner, Carsten Andersen, commented while we were there that several guests had already asked about the works hanging and complimented the exhibition. The exhibition will run until the end of the month, so pop in for a cup of coffee, lunch or dinner in incredibly warm and beautiful surroundings. Thank you to Carsten for providing snacks and drinks and the space to exhibit.

Thank you to photographer Anna Klitgaard for the images above and coverage of the events of 1 October 2016.

#PHCaféen #diversityincolour #Artival2016 #immartdk


4.10.2016

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Nour Amora and Friends Play at Café Mandela

Artival 2016 participating artists, Immigrant Art Network members, friends, family, fans and café guests had the enormous pleasure of listening to Nour Amora, Sara Stein, Bo Riemer, Simon Ask, Mohamed Diab, Klaus Mogensen and Hani Alkhourihad last Saturday in the warm and wonderful Café Mandela. We heard nothing but praise for each ensemble and piece played and sung, and it was a beautiful way to round of a week of amazing events. Here is a little taster for you of the afternoon in case you missed it, courtesey of photographic artist and Artival 2016 participant, Angélique Sanossian: WATCH HERE.

Remember, Artival 2016 continues until the end of October, online and through the exhibitions at PH Caféen, Café Mandela, Global Art Gallery and Råhuset.

Immigrant Art photographer Alvaro Gonzalez Martinez shares the mood with us through the captivating images above.

#CafeManelda, #welovemusic #Artival2016 #immartdk


3.10.2016

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Difference in harmony at the Natkirken, Vor Frue Kirke

A magical evening in the Natkirken (night church) last week Thursday, where three poets – Jan Pêt Khorto (Syria), Arash Sharifzadeh Abdi (Iran/DK), Christina Englund (DK) – and Mikkel Andersen (DK) on guitar, enchanted us with ‘music’ to our ears. The images captured here by Wael Toubaji beautifully reflect the mood of the evening which was enjoyed by the artists, the Artival 2016 guests, visitors to the Natkirken and occassional passers by. The audience agreed that the sounds and the words though not understandable to everyone at all times (both Arabic and Danish were spoken) worked beautifully together, and the church provided the perfect surroundings for such a harmonious gathering of difference.

#Natkirken, #harmonyinsightandsound #Artival2016 #immartdk

 


3.10.2016

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Last Chance to see Mixed Media Exhibition at Råhuset

Bente Jæger takes us to particular places and spaces in Copenhagen with her images that reflect her enjoyment of solitude.
Martin Lønstrup Esquives uses his portraits effectively to present the one thing that we undisputably have in common: Being Human.
Angélique Sanossian protests in her series Mouharamat against the distruction of cultural heritage during war with her images of buildings which mean something to her personally, as they now stand in war-torn Syria, projected onto a woman’s body.
Mayra Navarette shares a few of the moments she captured during her time in northern India in her series The Warriors.

The wonderful exhibition at Råhuset will be shining for the last time this weekend 7, 8, 9 October from 12.00 until 16.00.

The images above were captured by Immigrant Art photographer AlinaStoicescu at the vernissage on 28 September 2016

#Råhuset, #momentsintime #Artival2016 #immartdk


27.09.2016

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Arts, Children, Adults, Fun!!
Kunst, Børn, Voksne, Sjovt!!

Immigrant Art photographer Alvaro Gonzalez Martinez shares his perspectives on the festivities at Kids Day in the images above

Much fun was had on Sunday with children from a variety of different ethnic backgrounds, European and non-European … no matter … art was the aim – in the form of performance, storytelling, creative workshops, drawing and a wonderful collage of the Four Seasons created by the children currently residents at Ottiliavej ‘refugee’ center (Valby, Copenhagen), Welcome House – and enjoyment was the game. There is no doubt that we achieved our goals!!
See the collage at Venligbohus until 1 November 2016. From then on the collage will be exhibited in Welcome House.

Vi havde det vild sjovt med børn, som har vildt forskellige etniske bagrund … europæiske, ikke-europæiske … ligegyldige … kunst var vores medium, kunst indenfor scenekunst, fortælling, kreativ workshops, tegning, og en collage “De fire årstiderne” lavet af børnene fra Ottliliavej Welcome House. Og rent fornøjelsen var målet. Ingen tvivel om at vi nåede vores mål!!
Det er muligt at opleve vor Collage ”De 4 årstider” indtil den 1. november i Venligboernes hus. Derefter vil vi hænge det op i Welcome House

#GLobalArtGallery, #freedomofexpression #Artival2016 #immartdk


26.09.2016

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Tina’s passion succinctly captured in this image by Immigrant Art photographer Longfei Wang

As well as introducing guests to several of the foreign-born artists exhibiting at Gallery Lorien, Tina Vehage Lorien delivered a passionate speech “from the heart” about the changes she has witnessed in Denmark over the past 30 years with regard to the treatment of people with different ethnic and cultural backgrounds. The intimate audience expressed an overwhleming appreciation for Tina’s frank speech which highlighted that while the negative and dangerous rhetoric and actions persist and get increasingly worse, Denmark’s democratic social model remains a good template upon which to build a good society.

#GallerieLorien, #freedomofexpression #Artival2016 #immartdk

 


25.09.2016

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Saif makes an impact at Vanløse Årstidsfest

Immigrant Art photographer Longfei Wang embraces the mood of the moments surrounding Saif’s work at Årstidsfest 2016

Yesterday we were at Årstidsfest together with many different people literally from all over the world. Saif’s exhibition attracted young and old, Danes and non-Danes. One Swiss woman living in Copenhagen commented on the way that Saif’s images forced her to think in a very different way about what is happening to the people of Syria and what is happening to them … in a way that none of the images she has seen on the television or a newspaper ever has. Meanwhile, in explaining his motivation for the work, Saif told onlookers that he felt that it was his duty, as it is every Syrian person who is living outside of Syria’s, duty to let the world know and understand what is happening there.

#ThinkofSyrianKids #Artival2016 #immartdk

 


18.09.2016

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We have confirmed the Indonesian Ambassador, Mr Muhammad Ibnu to speak at the vernissage of our exhibition at Global Art Gallery, 30 September, 19.00 – 22.00, where we shall exhibit Indonesian artist Awang Berhartawan. Much is happening in Indonesia presently within the arts and freedom of expression such as the opening of the new Modern and Contemporary Art Museum in Jakarta next year, Yogiakarta will represent Indonesia at the European International Art Festival (Europalia) 2017, and Indonesia will also host the World Press Freedom Day next year as well. We look forward to an evening in good company!

#Artival2016, #immartdk, #globalartgallery, #glocalart, @immartdk, @globalartgallery

 

 

08.09.2016

Artival is a new festival organized by Immigrant Art that raises awareness about the diversity among artists of different nationalities who are living in Denmark.

This year at Immigrant Artival 2016 we take the opportunitiy to introduce you to Immigrant Art by showcasing the work of artists of different nationalities and ethnic origins at various locations around the city in both traditional and artistically innovative ways. We shall present pictorial art, photographic work, multi-media visual art, animations, documentary film screening.

The artists participating this year are all resident in Denmark and have the following backgrounds: Iranian, Indonesian, French, Italian, Sri Lankan, Kurdish, Syrian, Armenian-Syrian, Norwegian,  Danish, El Salvadorean, Afghan, North American and Palestinian.

At Immigrant Artival 2016 also invite you to get to know our network members and some of the wonderful galleries, cafés, public spaces and partner organizations. This year we have the pleasure of working with the following partners:

Global Art Gallery
Gallerie Lorien

Københavns Kultur- og Fritidsforvaltning and Råhuset
Café Mandela
PH Caféen
Natkirken, Vore Frue Kirke
Mellemfolkeligt Samvirke and café Mellemrummet
Venligboerne KBH og Omegn
Vesterbro Lokaludvalg

We shall be updating the final program and share more details about the participating artists over the next week, so be ready to mark a spot or two in your calendar during the last week of September.

Events will take place between 24 September and 1 October, with the exhibitions running for between two weeks and one month.

For further information, contact
Nicol Savinetti Immigrant Art Founder and Director
Call: 20822208
Email: artival2016@gmail.com

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Thank you to Vesterbro Lokaludvalg for their generous support of Artival 2016

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