Artists

The Artists

Oeur Sokuntevy (Cambodia)

Oeur Sokuntevy studied painting at the Phare Ponleu Selpak in Battambang and moved to Phnom Penh in 2007 to follow more…

More about the Project: Flea market of memories

Sophal Neak (Cambodia)

Sophal is currently a student of Communication Design at the Royal University of Fine Arts. She started to exhibited in more…

More about the Project: No rice for the pot

Tith Kanitha (Cambodia)

Graduating from the Royal University of Fine Arts in 2008 with a BA in interior design, Kanitha has since then more…

More about the Project: Hut´s Tep So Da Chan

Robel Temesgen (Ethiopia)

Ethiopian artist graduated from the School of Fine Arts and Design in Addis Abeba. He has participated in several workshops more…

More about the Project: Set Ena Wend

Kebreab Demeke (Ethiopia)

Ethiopian artist graduated in painting from the School of Fine Arts and Design in Addis Abeba. He is a founding more…

More about the Project: “Climate + – “

Nino Sarabutra (Thailand)

Thai artist graduated in ceramics from the Silpakorn University in Bangkok. She has also studied fashion design and marketing. Parallel more…

More about the Project: To Live or to Live a Good Life

Phyoe Kyi (Myanmar)

Artist graduated in Painting from the University of Culture in Yangon, Myanmar. He has done several solo exhibitions in Myanmar more…

More about the Project: “Incomplete”

Sikoki Alafuro (Nigeria)

Nigerian industrial designer and founder of Studio Sikoki, a virtual multidisciplinary design and art studio producing intellectually challenging and socially more…

More about the Project: H ++

Segun Adefila (Nigeria)

Segun Adefila is a performance artist based in Lagos Nigeria. He holds a B.A. in Creative Arts from the University more…

More about the Project: “Aiyedun”

Adebimpe Adebambo (Nigeria)

Nigerian fashion designer, graduated in painting from the Yaba College of Technology. she created and directs Beampeh, a fashion label more…

More about the Project: “A tree, a leaf at a time”

About SurVivArt

The Heinrich Böll Stiftung central office in Berlin, Germany in cooperation with some of its regionals offices develops SurVivart, a project which through artistic and cultural actions, will propose a reflection on how sustainable practices can be incorporated in everyday life. More

SurVivArt Exhibition 2012

    SurVivArt - Arts for the right to a Good Life
    Exhibition February 5 - 24, 2012

    at the galleries:

  • Meinblau
  • Mikael Andersen
  • Pfefferberg, Christinenstrasse 18/19, Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin

    Opening Sunday February 5, 2012. 18:00

    Pressekontakt Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung:
    Karoline Hutter, Pressesprecherin, E-Mail: hutter@boell.de, Tel.: 030 - 285 34-202
    Achim Klapp, E-Mail: ak@achimklapp.de, klapp@boell.de, Tel.: 030 - 257 97 016

To Live or to Live a Good Life

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