The War in Iraq has ended (or has it?) and are we any safer? The costly occupation of Iraq has yet to bring democracy to its people or security to the U.S.
The War has fueled hatred of the US around the world and weakened alliances built up over decades. Artists have a long history of reflecting on the events surrounding them. We feel that this is one of those times.
135 artists from 16 countries have created medals that reflect the terrible waste of this war. Medals commemorate heroes and battles but also Grief, Destruction, Terror, Greed, Hypocrisy, Arrogance and Loss. This war is remembered by artists from around the world with small but powerful objects that remind us the risks of unchecked power.
Velvet da Vinci Gallery San Francisco, California, November 1-30, 2003 and November 1 - 20, 2005
Electrum Gallery London, England, May 7-29, 2004
Festspillene i Nord-Norge Harstad, Norway, June 19 - 26, 2004
Nordnorsk Kunstnersentrum Svolvær, Norway, July 2 - 25, 2004
The Tromsø Kunstforening Tromsø, Norway, August 2 - 22, 2004.
FAD Barcelona, Spain, December 16, 2004 - January 10, 2005 (With the help of Alea Gallery in Barcelona.)
The Barents Spectacle Kirkenes, Norway, January 31 to February 6, 2005
Velvet da Vinci Gallery San Francisco, California, November 1-20, 2005
More information see: Velvet da Vinci Gallery
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