The United Nations Association of New York
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An exhibition celebrating the UN's Achievements
in Peace and Security, Human Rights, Development and 
Humanitarian Assistance

October 29 - December 27, 2013



The Gabarron Foundation
Carriage House Center for the Arts
149 East 38th Street
New York, NY 10016

Phone: 212 573 6968



In 2015 the United Nations will celebrate its 70th anniversary. To mark this momentous and auspicious occasion, the Gabarron Foundation offers a public presentation of some of the organization's rarely-seen and wide-encompassing collection of films and videos, campaign posters and photographs in galleries in New York and elsewhere. This exhibition, co-organized by the foundation and the United Nations through its Department of Public Information, will celebrate the UN through its vast iconographic archives, and will travel the world until 2015 in exhibition at different museums and art centers.

UNEARTH is the most revealing and broadest exhibition ever assembled about the UN's own perspective in key moments of recent history, encompassing the organization's seven decades life span. It will show, reflect and comment on the UN's journey as the world and humankind changed dramatically during the past 68 years and it will emphasize some the most important aspects of its main activities (Human Rights, Development, Humanitarian Assistance, and Peace and Security).

The exhibition will not only showcase the achievements of UN but will also highlight the challenges facing the international organization in the next decades. A vast array of UN officials, Goodwill and Peace Ambassadors, intellectuals, artists, journalists and historians will dig into the UN history in order to present the general visitor with views into the past, present and future of this unique and vital institution.

UNEARTH will consist of campaign posters, an exclusive photography exhibition and a wide range film and video selections. The exhibition showcases the work of iconic artists -- like Victor Vasarely, Robert Rauschenberg, Joan Miró, Jean-Micheal Folon, Hans Erni, Marc Chagall, Keith Haring, Oswaldo Guayasamin, Jan Arnesen and Cristobal Gabarron -- all of whose art helped to promote UN endeavors. After December the exhibition will continue its global journey, returning to New York in 2015.

Join us in this spectacular journey and unearth the United Nations.


Film screenings and Panel Discussions

* HUMAN RIGHTS related films and videos:
Wednesday, 13 November
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
followed by panel debate on the UN and Human Rights

* DEVELOPMENT related films and videos:
Wednesday, 20 November
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
followed by panel debate on the UN and Development

* PEACE AND SECURITY related films and videos:
Tuesday, 10 December
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
followed by panel debate on the UN and Peace and Security

* HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE related films and videos:
Tuesday, 17 December
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
followed by panel debate on the UN and Humanitarian Assistance

Seats are limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Please respond to to guarantee a seat for screenings and debates.

The Gabarron Foundation | Carriage House Center for the Arts
is a non-profit organization and an exclusive international center specializing in art exhibitions and other cultural activities. Its main objective is the promotion of culture, making this multicultural space a cultural reference in the City of New York. Since 2002 the Carriage House has aspired to be an excellent platform for the propagation of Hispanic culture in the United States. This organization promotes exchange and understanding between cultures, providing a space for interaction and enhanced appreciation of emerging and established cultural figures from a diverse palette of countries.