post-title NEWS: Panels on representation of genocide in art | ARTCO Galerie Berlin | 19.11.2021

NEWS: Panels on representation of genocide in art | ARTCO Galerie Berlin | 19.11.2021

NEWS: Panels on representation of genocide in art | ARTCO Galerie Berlin | 19.11.2021

NEWS: Panels on representation of genocide in art | ARTCO Galerie Berlin | 19.11.2021

ARTCO Galerie Berlin invites you to two panel discussions on 19 November 2021 in the context of the current exhibition “Traces of Violence – The German Empire in Southern Africa” by Marcelo Brodsky and Hildegard Titus.

The participants will look at the representation of genocide in artistic disciplines and theories. They will then discuss the genocide in Namibia with representatives of the Ovaherero Genocide Foundation, USA. This event can also be visited virtually via ZOOM (links below).

The first genocide of the 20th century was committed by the German Empire between 1904 and 1908 in South West Africa, now Namibia. The genocide was directed against the ethnic groups of the Nama and Herero, the original inhabitants of this region. In their work, artist and human rights activist Marcelo Brodsky and Hildegard Titus deal with this crime against humanity and the …

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Image caption: Marcelo Brodsky, Wir haben Euch erschossen

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