Image above: Adrián Villar Rojas. The Most Beautiful of All Mothers, 2015. Organic, inorganic, human and machine-made matter including cement, resin, white polyurethane paint, lacquer, sand, soil, rocks, fishing nets, wood, snails, raw beef, corals, mollusc shells, feathers, petrified wood, collected in Istanbul, Kalba, Mexico City and Ushuaia. Installation view on the shore of Leon Trotsky’s former house on Büyükada Island, 14th Istanbul Biennial, 2015. Produced with the support of Marian Goodman Gallery, kurimanzutto and Fondazione Giuliani. Courtesy the artist, Marian Goodman Gallery, New York/London/Paris and kurimanzutto, Mexico City and New York. Photo credit: Jörg Baumann.
The window is closing to safeguard a healthy planet, yet solutions are insight. With so much at stake, it is time to join the declared climate & biodiversity emergency and take the pledge to reduce our collective impact on the environment.
In 2020, ART 2030 works together with the art sector, the SDG sector and beyond, to share great art and strong initiatives and exemplify the powerful stories from art. We belive these stories will galvanize global action for the critical issues of climate, environment, biodiversity and health of our planet.
Marking major moments such as Earth Day, International Day of Biodiversity, World Environment Day and more, the Art for a Healthy Planet campaign, brings awareness of all forms of life to the forefront.
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