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Iconoclastic controversies:
A visual sociology of statues and commemoration sites
in the southern regions of Cyprus

2018 edition

The third edition of the exhibition
took place at the University of Brasilia,
from 17 September to 5 October 2018.

The lecture "Beyond the written text", about arts-based research, science communication, Respublika! and Iconoclastic Controversies, on 26 September 2018, at the Faculty of Communication of the University of Brasilia.
The UnBTV 3-minute report on Iconoclastic Controversies, published on 1 October 2018, by Daniela Gruppi, Vitória Sales, Maurício Neves and Neli Ton.
The 20-minute episode of Diálogos on Iconoclastic Controversies at UnBTV, published on 16 October 2018, with an interview by Fernando Oliveira Paulino.

Earlier editions

The second edition of the exhibition took place at the NeMe Arts Centre, from 23 January until 6 February 2016.

The opening of the exhibition was celebrated with a reception at the NeMe Arts Centre, on Saturday 23 January, at 20:30.

The exhibition was open to the public from Monday 25 January until 6 February 2016.

On 23 January 2016, the seminar "Monuments and Memorials as rhetoric / Objectivity as male" was organised.

The first edition of the exhibition took place at the Home for Cooperation, at Ledra Palace in Nicosia, from 13 November until 21 November 2015.

The opening of the Nicosia 2015 exhibition took place on Friday, November 13th, at 19:00.

The exhibition was open to the public Monday through Saturday, from Friday 13 November to Saturday 21 November.

Two seminars were organised: "Monuments and memories. A debate on the relevance of remembering the past through memorials" and "Covering the Cyprus conflict.

an exhibition project by Prof. Dr. Nico Carpentier

Supported by (in alphabetical order) the Association for Historical Dialogue & Research (AHDR), CUT-radio, the Cyprus Community Media Centre (CCMC), the Cyprus University of Technology (CUT), NeMe, the Research Foundation – Flanders (FWO - Belgium), the University of Brasilia, Uppsala University and the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB - Belgium)