Although this is primarily a film festival, all the accompanying parts of its programme carry particular importance, so its exhibition programme is a vital part of the festival as a whole. Promoting the ideas of tolerance through visual arts also invites the public to develop a cultural dialogue and unquestionably enriches the cultural offer of the city.
So far the Association has organized several exhibitions of prominent European contemporary artists of international reputation who have attracted a significant interest of the media, diplomatic corps and the general public. Themed educational exhibitions (such as the Holocaust, refugees, street art, women, children and minorities), which imply the implementation of multimedia audio-visual segment, make the Festival a meeting place of the cultural scene of Zagreb and Croatia, as well as the European and world artists and artistic projects. The Festival continues its artistic tradition with two new exhibitions in their 11th edition – 'From generation to generation' by the artist Arik Brauer and 'Uni-Diversity' by the artist Gianluca Capri.
Thousands of small replicas of the cross were distributed around the world. Anyone who was willing to take it has been a loop in the thread of hope for a future domination of civil ethics.
Who are refugees? Why do they run? Where do they run? What awaits them there? Why helping them? ReD has some of the answers.
On the occasion of the publication of Jasenovac, the round table discussion will be organised with the participation of professor Ivo Goldstein, PhD., Goran Hutinec, PhD., Nataša Mataušić and Lordan Zafranović. The discussion will be moderated by Seid Serdarević.
The exhibition will be held from 6 to 17 April in front of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb. In collaboration with POLIN – the Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw, the Festival presents reproductions of murals found throughout Poland, which speak about the past of the Polish Jews.
From 1 April to 15 April, pop-up installations will be set up on four squares of the City of Zagreb (Ban Jelačić Square, Preradović Square, Square of the Republic of Croatia and the King Tomislav Square), showing portraits of four refugees from Syria, Iraq and Iran, who are currently living in Croatia.
e-Education: examples of good practice / 13. 4. 2018. at 17:30 hours / Müller Hall, cinema Europa, Varšavska Street 3
Promotion of the Croatian edition of Operation Last Chance / 9. 4. 2018. at 17:30h cinema Europa, Varšavska Street 3 / guests: EFRAIM ZUROFF, STJEPAN MESIĆ
SILVIA GRAV / 10. 4. 2018. – 20. 4. 2018. Gallery of the Archeological Museum in Zagreb, Pavla Hatza Street 6 / lecture by the artist: 11. 4. 2018. at 17:30 pm, Gallery of the Archeological Museum in Zagreb
ANGELICA DASS / 5. 4. 2018. – 18. 4. 2018. / Exhibition in the open public space: Ban Josip Jelačić Square, King Tomislav Square, Petar Preradović Square, Republic of Croatia Square and Ivan Dežman Street
Vesna Mačković and Ana Opalić Croatia, 2014, 10’ From 4PM till 11PM To a dying city that once used to be alive. To a city where I have never breathed as one. To the land that has absorbed the sweat and toxins, as well as happiness and smiles. To the workers that have been set free.
Speakers: Branko Lustig, Vuk Perišić, Tvrtko Klarić and Seid Serdarević. Excerpts read by Frano Mašković. On the thirtieth anniversary of Primo Levi's suicide and 25 years since the first Croatian edition of If This is a Man, one of the main novels about the Holocaust...
10 April to 15 May 2017 The 'Uni-Diversity' photography project takes us to four different continents represented through a series of photos that show a whole range of contrasting feelings, regardless of geographic and cultural differences.
April 3rd 2017 - April 16th 2017 Arik Brauer is a contemporary Austrian artist who will exhibit a new and profound view of key events of Jewish history at the Museum of Arts and Crafts, such as the spring holiday Pesah, whose beginning marks the evening of Seder.
"Anti-Masonic posters" is a thematic exhibition of Nazi propaganda posters in Serbia during the World War II. The posters are owned by world-renowned designer Mirko Ilic. The exhibition is being held as an additional program of the Festival of Tolerance and can be seen from May...
09.-15.04.2016. Europa cinema, Müller Hall We started the Jubilee Festival year on the International Day of Remembrance of the victims of the Holocaust, the 27th of January, with the opening of the impressive exhibition "Drawing against oblivion" by Manfred Bockelmann...
This work tells the stories of the refugees, asylum seekers and migrants who have reached Europe after imaginable journeys and explores the impact of the changes and contradictions in Europe’s approach to immigration and reception at the entry points to the EU...
Author: SEIJI KIMOTO 25. 02. 2016. - 25. 03. 2016. Gradska Hiža, Ljubljana As part of FOT Ljubljana, with his exhibition "Power and Powerless", we introduce the renowned Japanese artist Seiji Kimoto, whom we had the honor of hosting in Zagreb, in 2012...
Manfred Bockelmann’s large format portraits of children and youth With the exhibition by Manfred Bockelmann “Drawing Against Oblivion”, set in the French Pavilion in Zagreb and opening on the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, on 27 January...