[Exhibition] Trying to capture Freedom Of Expression [fr]
"Drawing Freely" is an exhibition of cartoons made by 50 cartoonists from all around the world echoing the attacks on "Charlie Hebdo" in January 2015.
Running from 16th Dec.-18th January @ Europe House
“Drawing Freely” (Dessins en Liberté) is an exhibition composed of 12 panels of cartoons made by nearly 50 cartoonists from all around the world. Each panel is devoted to a specific topic linked to freedom of expression: censorship, internet, corruption, women’s rights, rebellions, racism… All of the drawings were published in local papers.
Whilst echoing the attacks on Charlie Hebdo in January 2015, this exhibition wants to illustrate how freedom of expression is exercised on all the continents.
“Drawing Freely” aims to generate debate on the question of freedom of expression.
16th December 2016 to 18th January 2017 at the Alliance française, 1 Kildare Street
The opening night was on Thursday 17th November at 6:30pm
With special guests Anthony Bellanger and Wolfgang Grebenhof
Talks followed with light refreshments.
Anthony Bellanger is a French journalist, General Secretary of the International Federation of Journalists.
Wolfgang Grebenhof is a German journalist, Deputy-President of the German Federation of Journalists.
“Drawing Freely” is an exhibition presented by the Institut Français and the Courrier International. It is reproduced within the frame of the Franco-German Cultural Fund 2016, with the support of the Embassy of France in Ireland, the Embassy of Germany in Ireland and the Goethe-Institut.
The exhibition "Drawing Freely" will be running from 18th November to 9th December at Europe House, 12-14 Mount Street Lower (Dublin 2).
FREE ADMISSION, Monday to Friday, 9.00 am - 5.00 pm
See also the conference "Freedom of speech in time of conflict in France, Ireland and Germany".