- Hikaru Cho, she Chu-san, a sophomore at the University of Tokyo. Last year her work widely reported in the British and international media.
With acrylics, Cho uses the human body as its main canvas.
“Amnesty International” – an international non-governmental organization, founded in the UK in 1961, which aims to “undertake research and action focused on preventing and ending human rights to physical and mental integrity, freedom of conscience and expression, and freedom from discrimination the context of its work to promote all human rights. ”
“All people have prejudices and even a sense of discrimination,” – says Cho, who, though born in Japan and speaks Japanese, has Chinese nationality. “Often we do not even notice it. I experienced it myself many times, living in Japan. People differentiate their ethnic group from others to rally even more. “
Artist Hikaru Cho supported by non-governmental organization “Amnesty International” campaigning “My body, my rights,” in which he made a series of unique paintings. Happy viewing!
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