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Programme of Past Events This Year


June - July 2019




This exhibition fits directly into the programme of the United Nations by reassessing, not without humour. His own use of fire by claiming another way of using fire, not to wage war, but to make art.

When: 23 May to 4 June
Where: Mezzanine, 2nd fl., E building
Opening: 22 May at 18:00

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This exhibition is featuring the works of Swiss photographer Marco Grob as part of the Institute’s annual Space Security Conference.

When: 29 May to 4 June
Where: Salle des pas perdus, A building
Opening: 29 May at 18:00

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Canadian art exhibition confronting the urgency of sustaining life on Earth.

When: 21 to 6 June
Where: 1st floor, E building
Reception: 3 June at 12:30

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The Russian language through romance songs, poetry and prose.

When: 6 June 2019 at 12.00
Where: Hall XIV, A building

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The exhibition “Massimo Giannoni: Beyond the Past” will present some recent artworks while illustrating the richness of expression and the vivacity of the Master.

When: 13 to 21 June
Where: Mezzanine, 2nd fl., E building
Opening: 13 June at 18:00

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Icelandic Art in the Service of Sustainability

When: 25 June - 5 July 2019
Where: Communal Space, E Building, 2nd fl.

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The exhibition documents part of the Wiyi Yani U Thangani (Women’s Voices) project, a ground breaking national conversation

Wen: 24 June - 7 July
Where: Exhibition Gallery, 2nd fl. E - Building
Opening: 25 June

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World Press Photo fulfils a special role in promoting freedom of expression and human rights.

When: 24 June - 12 July
Where: Serpentine Bar
Opening: 24 June at 18:00

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The exhibition tells the story about The Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU), which was founded by a group of dedicated parliamentarians on 30 June 1889

When: 24 June - 12 July
Where: Mezzanine, 2nd fl., E - Building
Opening:24 June at 17:30

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In 1802, artists from Slovakia settled in Kovacica. Today, the Gallery of Naive Art in Vojvodina (Serbia) displays an enormous number of paintings by various artists who were born in Serbia from these families.

When: 28 June - 12 July
Where: Communal space, 2nd fl., E - Building
Opening: 28 June at 12:30

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