Georgia: ‘What makes me human?’ exhibition on human rights opens at Tbilisi State Academy
December 9, 2022

Georgia: ‘What makes me human?’ exhibition on human rights opens at Tbilisi State Academy

The multimedia exhibition ‘What makes me human?’, organised by the European Union (EU) and UNDP, will open today in Tbilisi, on the eve of Human Rights Day.

The exhibition features works by more than twenty contemporary Georgian artists, curated by art historian Khatuna Khabuliani. The exhibition is an artistic look at current human rights issues – inequality, discrimination, exclusion, gender-based violence, and war.

The exhibition will be open to the public until 21 December at the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts.

The exhibition is part of the Human Rights for All initiative funded by the EU and implemented by two UN agencies, UNDP and OHCHR, in cooperation with national partners.

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