Human Rights Arts Prize
This catalogue was published on the occasion of the exhibition HONG KONG HUMAN RIGHTS ARTS PRIZE 2015. Established in 2013, the Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize aims to harness the power of the visual arts – painting, photography, graphics and video amongst them – to promote awareness, provoke dialogue, inspire action and bring about change in the area of human rights.
The catalogue of the exhibition contains the work of each of the shorlisted artworks, selected by an eminent panel of prominent art experts and human rights specialists, including: Faina Derman, director of Sundaram Tagore Gallery in Hong Kong; Oscar Ho, art activist and professor at CUHK; Mina Park, art collector and lawyer-turned-entrepreneur and Puja Kapai, human rights expert and law professor at HKU.
Phil Akashi' Street Art Performance "Tribute to Mandela" made it through the final round of shortlisting for the Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize 2015. Auctionned artwork: Phil Akashi has offered the #1 of a limited edition set of 8. This set was created especially for the Hong Kong Human Rights Art Prize 2015.
All the shortlisted artworks have been exhibited at the Anita Chan Lai-ling Gallery, Fringe Club in December 2015. The artworks have been auctioned by Christie's on the evening of December 10, International Human Rights Day. Additional artworks donated by leading artists and supporters of the Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize - including Kacey Wong, Gyun Hur, MAP Office and David Boyce have also been auctioned. All funds raised on the night will go to support the non-profit Justice Centre to protect the rights of forced migrants in Hong Kong.
Published by the non-profit Justice Centre, this catalogue was available in English and is sold out.
The price is US$40 / €35 / HK$300 / SG$55 (additional shipping charges are due depending on address and volume. In general: US$10 for Singapore, US$40 for shipment within Europe/US/Asia/Africa).
HONG KONG HUMAN RIGHTS ARTS PRIZE 2015 - EXHIBITION CATALOGUE ORDER: sold out
Editions Justice Center
Hong Kong 2015
22 cm x 18 cm