On Sharks & Humanity – The Results

On Sharks & Humanity – The Results

200,000 people visited the exhibition during its stay in Beijing, meaning that around 700,00 people in total have now seen On Sharks & Humanity. We handed out surveys at the National Museum of China to gauge people’s reaction to the artworks. Check out the...
Relocated Artwork

Relocated Artwork

These pictures show some of the pieces from On Sharks & Humanity in their new resting place. Now in Le Beauvallon, a historic building which lies on the Riviera coast, the artworks look over the sea or nestle in the building’s grounds. It is a fitting...
Artworks Ready To Go

Artworks Ready To Go

The final pieces have been put up and the exhibition is ready to welcome art lovers in Moscow. Previews of ‘On Sharks & Humanity’ will begin this evening, with a select number of journalist and art guests present. ‘On Sharks & Humanity’...
Arrival of Artworks

Arrival of Artworks

Today, the art works have crossed the Chinese border. They will shortly be loaded onto a train bound for Russia. The art works will land in Moscow in 10 days where they will be hosted by the Ekaterina Foundation. The Ekaterina Cultural Foundation was established in...
Official Opening World Oceans Day

Official Opening World Oceans Day

On Sharks & Humanity opened to the public on World Oceans Day, 8th June 2014. Prior to this, Parkview Arts Action in collaboration with the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco and WildAid, hosted an exceptional gala which commenced firstly with a private tour for...