Art delivering a message: Stop Violence against Women

8 December 2005

Amnesty International, UK has organised an art exhibition as part of their 'Stop Violence against Women' campaign. It features prominent artists and raises important political questions. It is free of charge - all it asks of you is to stop for a moment and imagine what a world without violence against women would look like...

Click here for more information about the exhibition. It runs until December 11th, in the Bargehouse (London South Bank)

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