LiveLife Berlin 12.02.2017 - 11.03.2017
LiveLife Berlin - our living environment in the centre of art Nature and environment are in danger! This topic and preserving the beauty of nature are oin focus of "LiveLife Berlin". Nine artists from Azerbaijan and Germany: Fine artists, photographers, video and installation artists want to encourage to contemplate regarding the future of our Earth with their artwork. The principle of the "LiveLife" exhibitions is the dialogue between Azerbaijan and the respective host country. After the successful presentation in London and Paris, the exhibition is now shown in the German capital and will then continue to Moscow. Thus "LiveLife Berlin" is specially made for Berlin. The remarkable artwork of Leyla Aliyeva is showcasted together with the artwork of the invited German artists - Sabine Burmester, Sandra Hoyn, Peter Lindenberg - and the Azerbaijani Fellow Artists Maryam Alakbarli, Ragim Chopurov, Aylel Heydarova, Timur Ozdamirov and Naila Sultan. Hervé Mikaeloff, a native Frenchman and graduate of L’Ecole de Louvre, was the curator of the Azerbaijani Pavilion of the 2013 Biennale in Venice. In 2012 he curated the exhibition "Fly to Baku. Contemporary Art from Azerbaijan " at the me Collectors Room, which was shown in London, Paris, Vienna, Rome, Moscow, Baku and Berlin. This exhibition is organized by IDEA, International Dialogue for Environmental Action (www.ideacampaign.org). This initiative was founded in Baku in 2011 by the artist Leyla Aliyeva. IDEA's mission to create open and sustainable awareness of the environment in present and future generations is based on four pillars: dialogue, action, leadership, education. Leyla Aliyeva, Vice-President of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation, is committed to preserving nature through her artwork and the IDEA initiative. "Beauty comes from the harmony between mankind and nature, and our goal is to preserve nature in all its diversity, to protect it and to ensure it for the next generation," she wrote in an interview for the "LiveLife" project.