The international exhibition She Gone – For an Empty Shirt will open at the Michalis Kakoyannis Foundation (MCF) on November 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
In Athens, the traveling exhibition is organized by the Israeli Embassy in Greece, MCF and is under the patronage of the President of the Hellenic Republic, Katerina Sakellaropoulou.
Launched in Israel for the first time, the exhibition aims to send a powerful signal against the global phenomenon of gender-based violence and killings by spouses, partners and other family members, the Israeli embassy said in a statement.
The clothing worn by women victims of gender-based violence in fatalities is on display, and each item is tagged with the victim’s name and date of the crime, as well as some basic details of how each person was killed and the court order against the perpetrators. If there are any.
The audio segment of the exhibition features lullabies performed by women in various languages, including Hebrew, Arabic, Amharic, Russian, Persian, Romanian, Moroccan, Arabic, German and Greek.
Following an evening opening on November 25, preceded by a conference on the subject at the MCF, the exhibition will be open to the public: November 26 to December 14, admission is free Monday to Sunday, 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm.
She’s Gone- (For An Empty Shirt) was created by anti-gender-based violence activist director Keren Goldstein and designer Adi Levy.