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Another proof that Tolerance is needed

The windows of the Human Rights House in Belgrade (Serbia), where the Tolerance exhibition is currently on display, were defaced by stickers of the nationalist right-wing party "Zavetnici." The stickers contain warning signs "Foreign Agents" and signs with a threat that this NGO institution will be closed on March 4th, after they win the elections in Serbia.



Tolerance Show and Brandt Botes at Design Indaba

Design Indaba just posted about the Tolerance poster show in Cape Town, South Africa. Among others, the article is featuring designer Brandt Botes who created a Tolerance poster especially for this show.

The exhibition will be part of the pop-up gallery experience at Nightscape at Design Indaba, the urban night festival that forms part of the Design Indaba Festival of Creativity, which will have its free opening to the public on Wednesday, February 21.

You can read more here: https://goo.gl/Za2fF9

Second Tolerance Show in Novi Sad, Serbia

Tolerance poster show just got installed for the second time at the National Liberation Square in Novi Sad (Serbia), as part of Festival of Love. The show will be on view through February 17th.



Tolerance Show at Central de Diseño de Matadero Madrid

I’m very pleased to share with you a few photos of the Tolerance poster show which was opened on December 21st at Central de Diseño de Matadero Madrid. It will be open until January 20th, 2018.

The show was made possible through efforts of Sonia Díaz and Gabriel Martínez from the collective Un Mundo Feliz, and Manuel Estrada.

Tolerance Poster Show in Antalya

Tolerance poster show opened on December 23rd at Agora shopping mall in Antalya, Turkey. The show will be open until January 31st, 2018.

Special thanks to Mr. İbrahim Yüncü and Mr. Oğuz Aydemir, without whom this show wouldn't be possible.

Tolerance Poster Show in Novi Sad, Serbia

This Sunday, December 10th, 2017 the Tolerance poster show opened at the National Liberation Square in Novi Sad, Serbia as part of Novosadski Winter Fest.

The exhibition was opened by Kyle Scott, US Ambassador to Serbia; Dalibor Rozic, Secretary for Culture of the City of Novi Sad; Slavimir Stojanovic, author of one of the posters and Jelena Banjac, an art historian. The show was made possible by Robert Coban.

A video of the opening from TV Vojvodina, prime time news, can be seen here: https://goo.gl/TTnDFv




Tolerance Poster Show in Moldova

Tolerance poster show opened on December 9th, 2017 at the Cathedral Park in Chisinau, Moldova. Due to lack of space some of the posters were displayed indoors.

The show was made possible by Anna Vasina, Alyona Ciobanu and sponsored by GenderDoc-M.
More images from the opening can be seen here: https://goo.gl/drVyk4