For the past 16 years, the Vladimir Potanin Foundation has worked with individuals and communities across Russia to expand the social impact of private philanthropy. This exhibition tells this story through photographs never before exhibited outside Russia. Here you will… Read More
Using black humour and satire – ‘Cartoon Art for World Peace’ is a collection of political cartoons created over the past three decades from numerous countries to powerfully convey the absurdity of war and conflict through the eyes of award winning cartoonists. The… Read More
Project Malawi is a multi-year programme started in 2005, upon the initiative of Fondazione Cariplo and the Intesa SanPaolo bank, to fight the spread of HIV in Malawi – one of the poorest countries in the world and at the same time one of the most affected by the disease.
“iPhilanthropy” is a permanent, living multimedia exhibition which opened on 3 November 2014. It tells the story of philanthropy and its impact on our life course and throughout time in the form of five different trees designed in wood by Brussels-based artist Ismaël Maudet, each representing one phase of the life cycle from infancy to old age.
EFC member Fonds 1818 and Het Nutshuis organised the photo exhibition “Refugees in the Hague”, which posed the question, ‘How do we treat refugees?’
Ambulante and EFC member the Ford Foundation developed the project ‘Maletas Migrantes’ (‘Migrant Suitcases’), which involved the production and exhibition of 50 suitcases by 50 contemporary artists based in Mexico.
The Reframe exhibition portrayed the work of nine artists from Algeria, Turkey and the UK who use their distinctive styles and viewpoints to “reframe” perspectives on Europe.
The European Photo Exhibition Award (EPEA) aims to create a free space where socially relevant topics concerning Europe are developed and discussed by talented young European photographers.