WHAT IS FREEDOM?
HOW EASY IS IT TO LOSE IT?
HOW HARD IS IT TO GET IT BACK?
Previous Annual Art Competitions
7th Passion for Freedom Gala Night was a tremendous success, with hundreds queuing outside Mall Galleries on a red carpet waiting impatiently to get in, the show could not go any better. The Gallery was saturated with awaiting and exasperation of visitors commenting...
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Create space for artists and writers who discuss subjects omitted in politically correct circles.
Invite people to open and uninhibited discussion. Nothing is more important than critically informed debate. It’s how society has advanced through the ages.
Gather like-minded people creating a network of actively engaged citizens who hold high the value of individual’s freedom.
Passion For Freedom promotes human rights and the freedoms enshrined in the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, especially Article 19 of UDHR on Freedom of Expression; and the 1953 European Convention of Human Rights, especially Article 10 of ECHR on Freedom of Expression; and relevant subsequent UN and EU conventions.
Passion for Freedom is a registered charity gathering professionals working in arts and media. Our first edition of Annual Art Competition and Exhibition took place in 2009 in London. So far we have showed more than 400 artworks from all over the world, including such countries as China, Iran or Venezuela (just to mention only few the most afflicted by the regime).
Every individual and every organization willing to take a part in our activities or support us is welcome. Everybody has something to offer, something that may enrich or support Freedom of Expression. Artists – accredited artists as well as emerging talents to share their artistic work with others. Galleries – we are always looking for arts spaces. Various companies or institutions – money or products, which will help us to organize events to the highest standards. People – can offer their ideas, time and help. Communities – they are the recipients of our activities, without them Passion for Freedom would have never be established.