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Czech artists with disabilities participate in the Korea-EU "ACEP2020" Exhibition

Artworks of four Czech artists were featured in the “ACEP2020” exhibition, the Arts and Cultural Exchange Project for Korea-EU artists with developmental disabilities, organized by HUMANAID, Social Walk and newspaper HUMANAIDPOST.

In the meeting at Hangaram Art Museum in Seoul, HUMANAIDPOST’s CEO Greg Kim shared his appreciation for the participating Czech artists and cooperation both of the Czech Embassy and Czech Centre Seoul. Deputy Head of the Czech Embassy Zbyněk Noha also extended his gratitude for the invitation to this meaningful exhibition, as well as his admiration for all the artists and their efforts to express themselves and to create incredible and powerful paintings despite immense challenges. He additionally emphasized that it is “an important moment for the artists that such an exhibition takes place with a number of international participants.”

Featuring 160 pieces of artworks by over 70 participating artists with developmental disabilities from Korea and EU countries such as Germany, Lithuania, U.K., Croatia and Austria, the ACEP2020 exhibition gathers happiness, love and hope in one place. ACEP2020 is available online on Instagram from September 22 to September 27. Everyday during this period there will be live tours at 11am and video tours at 5 pm on ACEP2020 Instagram.

 

*Check the artworks of four Czech artists - Dagmar Filípková, Marie Kůsová, Karel Pajma and Vojtěch Šůra (Czech Centre Seoul website):  http://seoul.czechcentres.cz/cs/en/program/event-details/standing-on-the-horizon1/

*More about ACEP2020 (official website): https://acep2020.modoo.at/