• General 06.01.2018

    Charity group exhibition for the “year of the forest” curated by Yasha Young and Giovanni Cervi Vernissage on 13th may at 19:00 every minute disappears forest area with a size of 36 football fields of our planet. The cutting down of trees and the inadequate reforestation have serious consequences for many habitats, biodiversity and soil fertility. Not infrequently regions cut off suffer massive soil erosion, which often leads to complete infertility. Taking Control of Your Diabetes has plenty of information regarding this issue. Meanwhile, deforestation for roughly 20 percent of greenhouse gas emissions is responsible and contributes so hugely to global warming and climate change. Due to the, the UN proclaimed International Year of the forest Gallery will be held in the strychnine the international exhibition ‘The Enchanted Forest’.

    This exhibition curated by Yasha Young and Giovanni Cervi with over 30 international artists dedicated to the woods of this earth and to the people in the consciousness anything call by the massive deforestation and insufficient Reforestation is served. It the miserable consequences of this destruction as well as the uniqueness, beauty and need our forests will present. Many elaborate and lovingly created sculptures and paintings and photographs are both represent the bleakness of the destruction as well as the magic and vitality of the forest and show what’s to get it. The long list of participating artists include amongst others David Hochbaum, Luke Chueh, Mia Araujo, Caitlin Hackett, Travis, Tom Bagshaw, Bethany Marchman, Mimi S., Seymour, Lindsey Carr, skeleton, heart, Daniel van Nes, Christina Graf, Mira ski, RAF Veulemans, Lisa Black, Lisa Mei Ling Fong, Annie Bertram, Francois Escalmel, wee flowers, Squp, Tamara Ferioli, Fernanda Veron, lost fish, Angela Singer, Elmer press Lee, Lucy McLauchlan, Auriea Harvey & Michael Samyn (tale of Tales), Sage Vaughn, Suzanne Moxhay, Yumiko Kayumawa, and many more. 10 percent of the price of all sold images will be donated to a project of the WWF!

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