Sanctuary: Contemporary art and human rights (2002 – 2003)

GoMA exterior with bannersSanctuary was the first social justice programme that GoMA presented under the banner of ‘Contemporary art and human rights’. Ambitious in scale from the outset, Sanctuary marked a significant change in the GoMA programming and would influence work in the gallery beyond the social justice biennials.

There are some images from Sanctuary: Contemporary art and human rights over on flickr.

A summary of Sanctuary here – Sanctuary summary.

A timeline of the programme and partners involved here – Timeline

A summary of some of the comments we received here – What did you think of the project

And finally Sanctuary in statistics here – statistics

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