Sunday, September 15, 2019

Kids' Guernica at the National Art Center, Tokyo

September 04-16, 2019  Several Kids' Guernica peace paintings were exhibited as a part of Nika Association Exhibition at the National Art Center, Tokyo. Those peace paintings were from Ukrine, Belgium, China, Australia and Hiroshima.



Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Kids' Guernica in Guardia Piemontese Terme, Calabria, Italy


August 30, 2019  Several Kids' Guernica peace paintings were exhibited in Guardia Piemontese Terme, Calabria, Italy





Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Kids' Guernica at Peace Fesival in Calabria, Italy

August 8, 2019,  Kids’ Guernica was a part of Peace Festival with Michelangelo Pistoletto’s Third Paradise for a better world at Soveria Mannelli in Calabria, Italy.


Kids' Guernica in Nagasaki





August 8, Many Kids Guernica peace paintings were exhibited along the riverside near the hypocenter of the atomic bomb blast on August 9, 1945 in Nagasaki. New new peace paitings were also sent to Ngasaki from Florida, Mairitius, and Italy.







Kids' Guernica on the World Cruise Ship


On the 24th of June, 2017 at Yokohama port the Japanese junior high school students and from Los Angels started a new Kids-Guernica for a peace message in the world. The canvas was showed in the harbor of Yokohama at the peace park of Nagasaki and in the hospital of Yokohama as a symbol of peace.

On the 10th of April, 2019, this Sun Princess left the harbor of Yokohama left for a worldwide tour with a peace message of Kids-Guernica canvas and brought the sister canvas to the harbors of Civitavecchia in Italy and Barcelona in Spain in May and returned to Japan in July.




















Hiroshima to Guernica


June 2019,  A new Kids' Guernica peace painting was created at Nagisa Koen Elementary School in Hiroshima. The peace painting was sent to Spain and it was exhibited in the city of Guernica until August 6.


Kids’ Guernica in Mauritius

May, 2019  A wonderful peace painting was created in Mauritius. This workshop was a part of 
Remarking Guernica of the Curator, Professor Nicola Ashmore in cooperation with Savina Tarsitano and the wonderful people of Future Hope.