Human Rights, Diversity and Social Justice? Sure, But Only if it Sells!

By Mario Minichiello.

Published by The Diversity Collection

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The Visual Communication industry has, since the nineteen eighties, developed a strange way of defining who people are and what their life aspirations might be.

Keywords: Globalising Affect, Visual Communications, Media Cultural, Identity, Communication

International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp.49-56. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 876.580KB).

Prof. Mario Minichiello

Born in 1961 in Avilino, Italy. Postgraduate at Saint Martins School of Art London. Worked as an artist, designer and academic, clients have included: The BBC, ITN, Amnesty International, Terrance Higgins Trust, Haymarket Publications, The British museum, Imagination Design Group, Newell and Sorrell, Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, Ginn &Co, Weekend Financial Times Longmans, The Times, The Observer and Guardian newspaper. Awards and Exhibitions: 1984 Daler Rowney National Drawing Prize. AOI best of British. 1984- 2000 Association of Illustrators Annuals and varies touring shows. 1984/88 Readers Digest Young Illustrator Awards Smiths Gallery London. 1990 Amnesty International Human rights show the 'Slaughter house' London. 1991 Barbican London. 1991 Manx Museum Isle of Man 1991 Wakefield Art Gallery 1991 Woodlands Art Gallery London. 1993 Pintmaker s Council annual show SouthBank Centre London. 1994 Commissioned by British Council lecture tour of Singapore. 1995 Exhibitor and curator; the Festival of Illustration; Buckenham house Galleries in Southwold. . 1999 Steve Bell, Spike Gerrald and Mario Minichiello Buckenham Gallery and BBC Look East. 1999 Davis Gallery Mass USA. 1999 Joesloff Taub Gallery NY USA. 2000 Foreman Gallery, ‘the big draw’ Anderson Center NY USA. 2000 European Illustrator Gallery (one man show). 2001 Coningsby Gallery London, Sex, Lies, and Drawings. Funded Research: Joint collaboration between Loughborough University and Birmingham Children's Hospital Continuing research project into the effectiveness of visual preparatory material on the long-term post-operation recovery of ‘Drugs Awareness’, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Perceptions of Obscenity in Drawings, Text, AHRB Funded.


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