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She was only 15 years old! "Many people considered the photo as the symbol of the Hungarian revolution, the symbol of courage and hope. But no one knew that the girl was already dead when her photo was published on the cover of the Danish newspaper. The girl who participated in the 1956 uprising was shot to death on the 7th of November, when she was trying to help the injured in a Red Cross armband."
Today we remember the heroes of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956.
Mindössze 15 éves volt ez a fiatal lány, aki a világhírűve vált fotón szerepel. Kevesen tudják, de a lány, már a fotó publikálása előtt életét vesztette, miközben Vöröskereszteskén segített az utcán lévő sérülteknek. Lelőtték.
Rá és valamennyi 1956-os magyar hősre, azaz felmenőinkre emlékezünk ma.
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30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism.
To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso.

Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old.
A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious
programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the
world.
The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987.

#ThomasSankara #Sankara #France #fiacparis #revolution #genderequality #dakartbiennale #collage #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #independance #pierrechristophegam #fiac #dakarbiennale #modern #africa #colonialism #friezeartfair #photography #154 #akaa #digitalart #digitalartist #sankaraday


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30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism.
To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso.

Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old.
A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious
programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the
world.
The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987.

#ThomasSankara #Sankara #France #fiacparis #revolution #genderequality #dakartbiennale #collage #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #independance #pierrechristophegam #fiac #dakarbiennale #modern #africa #colonialism #friezeartfair #photography #154 #akaa #digitalart #digitalartist #sankaraday


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30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism.
To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso.

Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old.
A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious
programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the
world.
The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987.

#ThomasSankara #Sankara #France #fiacparis #revolution #genderequality #dakartbiennale #collage #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #independance #pierrechristophegam #fiac #dakarbiennale #modern #africa #colonialism #friezeartfair #photography #154 #akaa #digitalart #digitalartist #sankaraday


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30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism.
To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso.

Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old.
A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious
programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the
world.
The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987.

#ThomasSankara #Sankara #France #fiacparis #revolution #genderequality #dakartbiennale #collage #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #independance #pierrechristophegam #fiac #dakarbiennale #modern #africa #colonialism #friezeartfair #photography #154 #akaa #digitalart #digitalartist #sankaraday


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30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism.
To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso.

Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old.
A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious
programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the
world.
The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987.

#ThomasSankara #Sankara #France #fiacparis #revolution #genderequality #dakartbiennale #collage #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #independance #pierrechristophegam #fiac #dakarbiennale #modern #africa #colonialism #friezeartfair #photography #154 #akaa #digitalart #digitalartist #sankaraday


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30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism.
To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso.

Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old.
A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious
programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the
world.
The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987.

#ThomasSankara #Sankara #France #fiacparis #revolution #genderequality #dakartbiennale #collage #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #independance #pierrechristophegam #fiac #dakarbiennale #modern #africa #colonialism #friezeartfair #photography #154 #akaa #digitalart #digitalartist #sankaraday


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Az Első lövés című dokumentumfilm beharangozója, amely az 1956. október 25-i Kossuth téri sortűz tragédiájának állít emléket, annak okait kutatja szemtanúk, szakértők megszólaltatásával. Az Országgyűlési Múzeum kisfilmje.
#nemzetfotere #kossuthter #kossuthsquare #forradalom #revolution #oktober23 #budapest #budapeste #buda #pest #tripadvisor #hungary


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