IC2 poster

Many people have contributed to this project. First, there were the three exhibition-organizing teams of Iconoclastic Controversies 1, which consisted of Vaia Doudaki, Yiannis Christidis, Fatma Nazli Köksal, Eva Giannoukou, Stella Theocharous, Helene Black, Yiannis Colakides, Marina Simon, Jairo Faria, Fernando Oliveira Paulino, Liziane Guazina and Rose May Carneiro. Also Orestis Tringides and Fernando Molina contributed significantly.

The key exhibition partners for Iconoclastic Controversies 1 were the Association for Historical Dialogue and Research (AHDR), the Cyprus Community Media Centre (CCMC), NeMe and the University of Brasilia (with the Faculties of Communication and Architecture). Further institutional support, in different stages of the project and publication, came from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Uppsala University, Charles University, the Research Foundation - Flanders (FWO), the Fundação Universidade de Brasilia, the Public Art of Cyprus database, Cost Action 18136, the Home for Cooperation (H4C) and the NGO SQRIDGE.

In addition, thanks to: 6x6 Centre for Photography, Adamylson Madeira, Alex Calheiros, Ana Beatriz Lemos, Andrea Christofi, Andreas Paraschos, Angeliki Gazi, Aysu Arsoy, Bruno Bernardes, Carol Calmon, Chris Santos, Christiana Voniati, Christophoros Christophorou, Christos Mais, Chrystalleni Loizidou, Cora Chaibub Paulino, Daniel Caixeta, Derya Yuksek, Despo Pasia, Dimitra Milioni, Duda Bentes, Edielton Paulo, Eirini Avraam, Elton Bruno Pinheiro, Fábio Henrique Pereira, Fabíola Calazans, Fernanda Martinelli, Frank Lopes, Gabriella Negreiros, Galeria Ponto, Guilherme Strozi, Hakan Karahasan, Hazal Yolga, Herllon Novais, Ivoneide Brito, João Curvello, José Manoel Morales Sánchez, Josianne Diniz, Juliana Rochet, Julio, Kanali 6, Karin Nys, Kirill Filimonov, Laura Martínez Águila, Lilian Fernanda Souza Silva, Lorena Costa, Luana Melo, Lucas Moraes, Luma Poletti Dutra, M. P. L. Modern Productions LTD, Marcelo Feijó, Maria Conceição, Mariana Santos, Marios Shakides, Marisa Sanches Faria, Mehmet Adil, Michael Simopoulos, Michlis Pambos, Monsieur Doumani, Nadia Kornioti, Neuza Meller, Nicolas (our one-day driver when our car broke down on a field trip in the Machairas Mountains), Nicolas Tsapatsoulis, Nikolaos Stelya, Nicoletta Demetriou, Panarod Management LTD, Pedro Russi, Raimundo Nonato Araújo Nascimento, Raimundo Pereira Lima, Regina Lúcia Oliveira, Renata Gomes, Reyhan Sabri, Rosa Helena Santos, Sevgul Uludağ, Shirin Jetha, Sivaldo Pereira, Soemes Barbosa, Stavros Anastasiou, Stelios Pellaras, Stelios Stylianou, Stella Misiaoulis, Tao Papaioannou, Thaïs de Mendonça Jorge, the Camassa Touch LTD, Theopisti Stylianou-Lambert, Tony Maslic, Vasiliki Triga, Vassos Stylianou, Veerle De Pooter, Venetia Papa, Vicky Karaiskou, Wagner Rizzo, Yorgos Zotos, Zehra Azizbeyli, and Wallas Silva.

For Iconoclastic Controversies 2, more people are added to the list. Most importantly, there is Aysu Arsoy and the institutional support of the Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU), whose support was indispensable. For the Iconoclastic Controversies 2 exhibition itself, the main exhibition partner was again the Association for Historical Dialogue and Research (AHDR). Further institutional support was provided by Charles University, Cost Action 18136, the Home for Cooperation (H4C) and the NGO SQRIDGE.

The stands were produced by Philippos Psillas. Special thanks for the (extra) work that Orestis Tringides, Yiannis Christidis, Yiannis Colakides, Vaia Doudaki, Gizem Canalp, Dilek Beybin Kejanlioağlu, Mazlum Kemal Dağdelen, Özge Özoğul, and Vassos Stylianou did, also in this second stage.

Additionally, thanks to: Akancan Holding, Aleksandar Ljubojevic, Banu Çalşkanlar, Burhan Atun, Can Bekcan, David Hands, Denktaş Foundation, Devrim Y. Besim, Ediz Pirhan, Ejdan Sadrazam, Erce Funda, Fevzi Kasap, Göksel Saydam, Güneş Plan Architecture Office, Hanife Erisen, Hazal Yolga, Hüseyin Yücelten, Jónatas Cleto, Kazim Reşit Biroğul, Kerim Belet, Mehmet Paşa, Mürüde Özen Sevinç, Municipality of Aglantzia, Mustafa Cerci, Nilufer Turksoy, Oğuz Feridun, Panagiotis Krinaios, Pinar Öktem Doğan, Rauf Dimililer, Savvas Pitzio, Tamer Başoğlu, Tevfik Direnç, Theodoulos Gregoriou, Umit Akdeniz, Xenophon Kallis and the EMU drivers (including Mehmet and Adil).