Berlin

"Definitions for an Island"

7 November 2015, 12:00 am
Photo by Victor Jaramillo
In the eyes of the world, Cuba is simultaneously a place for friendly encounters and cause for alienation. As an island with a very special fate, Cuba represents the triumphs and defeats of a utopian world. But currently this utopia is in danger of disappearing. The photographs by Victor Jaramillo, taken in the summer of 2015, signify the contradictions and liveliness of every-day life in Cuba. In this exhibition at the ECCHR the Mexican video artist, illustrator, and photographer presents his work in Germany for the first time.

Rupture and reckoning: 20 years of Guantánamo

11 September 2021, 3:00 pm

An interdisciplinary event series reflecting on the legacy of the notorious detention camp and US counter-terrorism policy two decades after 9/11

Exactly four months after the 11 September 2001…

Human rights in times of crises: Resistance and concrete utopias

22 September 2021, 6:00 pm

Event series, May – November 2021

Human rights are a concrete utopia worth defending. But how to defend them needs to be constantly reinvented. As we find ourselves in a time of profound, global…

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