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ART 19 BOX ONE

The aim of Art 19 through Box One is to raise money to support Amnesty International’s human rights work.

The name “Art 19” is an abbreviation of Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which provides: “Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression”.

Art 19 is an initiative founded by four friends with lifetimes of experience in the worlds of art and human rights – Mike Karstens (gallerist and master printer from Muenster), Burkhard Richter (retired commercial lawyer, art advisor and curator from Dusseldorf), Bill Shipsey (Art for Amnesty founder and retired barrister from Dublin) and Jochen M. Wilms (entrepreneur and art project producer from Berlin).

The initial idea grew out of the work that Shipsey and Wilms had done together in Art for Amnesty, Amnesty International’s global artist engagement programme. They then approached Karstens and Richter who brought their vast experience and contacts at the highest level in the world of contemporary art to the initiative. Karstens has worked with the leading artists in the world for decades. His editions have been acquired by major museums around the world. Among his projects are the development of the Cologne Cathedral Window and the monumental work "Strontium", both by Gerhard Richter.

The ten limited edition original signed prints in Box One are on sale from this website for € 50,000 for the complete set. Individual prints are not for sale.

www.art-19.com

Ilya And Emilia Kabakov, We Are Free!, Serigraph on Somerset Velvet white Paper, 68 x 98 cm 2018
Ayşe Erkmen, BBB/ Broken Blue Bracelet, Serigraph, Giglée-print on Gmund Flipflop-paper, 98 x 68 cm, 2019
Shilpa Gupta, No Title, Frequently modulated Offset print / Serigraph on Somerset Satin paper, 68 x 98 cm (Size of themotif 43 x 61 cm), 2012– 2019
William Kentridge, God’s Opinion Is Unknown, Giclée-Print on japanese Kozo-Paper, Chine-Collée on Hahnemühle-Paper, Serigraph (Lapislazuli), 68 x 98 cm (motif 46.5 x 61.5 cm), 2019
Shirin Neshat, From “The Home of My Eyes” series, Heliogravure on Hahnemühle-Paper, 98 x 68 cm, 2015–2019
Yoko Ono, A Piece of Sky, Giclée-print / Serigraph / Embossing on Somerset Satin paper, 68 x 98 cm (motif 45 x 50 cm), 2019
Gerhard Richter, Cut, Giclée-Print on Hahnemühle Photo-Rag, mounted on cardboard, 68 x 98 cm (motif 42 x 62 cm), 2018
Chiharu Shiota, Being Human, Lithograph/Serigraph on Somerset Satin paper, 98 x 68 cm, 2019
Kiki Smith, Flowers in the Sky, Lithograph / Serigraph / Collage on Japanese handmade paper, 68 x 98 cm, 2019
Rosemarie Trockel, Film Muet, Digital-print / Serigraph (yellow, respectively white) on 2 separate transparent Foils, revited, 98 x 68 cm, 2019

Ilya And Emilia Kabakov, We Are Free!, Serigraph on Somerset Velvet white Paper, 68 x 98 cm 2018

Ayşe Erkmen, BBB/ Broken Blue Bracelet, Serigraph, Giglée-print on Gmund Flipflop-paper, 98 x 68 cm,

Shilpa Gupta, No Title, Frequently modulated Offset print / Serigraph on Somerset Satin paper, 68 x 98 cm (Size of themotif 43 x 61 cm), 2012– 2019

William Kentridge, God’s Opinion Is Unknown, Giclée-Print on japanese Kozo-Paper, Chine-Collée on Hahnemühle-Paper, Serigraph (Lapislazuli), 68 x 98 cm (motif 46.5 x 61.5 cm), 2019

Shirin Neshat, From “The Home of My Eyes” series, Heliogravure on Hahnemühle-Paper, 98 x 68 cm, 2015–2019

Yoko Ono, A Piece of Sky, Giclée-print / Serigraph / Embossing on Somerset Satin paper, 68 x 98 cm (motif 45 x 50 cm), 2019

Gerhard Richter, Cut, Giclée-Print on Hahnemühle Photo-Rag, mounted on cardboard, 68 x 98 cm (motif 42 x 62 cm), 2018

Chiharu Shiota, Being Human, Lithograph/Serigraph on Somerset Satin paper, 98 x 68 cm, 2019

Kiki Smith, Flowers in the Sky, Lithograph / Serigraph / Collage on Japanese handmade paper, 68 x 98 cm, 2019

Rosemarie Trockel, Film Muet, Digital-print / Serigraph (yellow, respectively white) on 2 separate transparent Foils, revited, 98 x 68 cm, 2019