Wall of Dolls

Jo Squillo and WeWorld Intervita


Image taken from La Repubblica (link below)



It has become an important witness to the activity that each individual can take to combat violence against women.


In 2014 in Via De Amicis in Milan, Italy, dolls hanging on the wall became an expression of solidarity among women. This public participatory art project and performance is organized by Jo Squillo and WeWorld Intervita. The first to join the initiative were 50 international representatives of the Made in Italy brand with 20 artists and various non-profit organization hanging dolls. Later people in Milan brought their own dolls to the wall.


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