Published on the occasion of the twenty-year anniversary of the non-governmental organization ART for The World, this publication presents the prestigious organization’s activities during the period 1995 to 2016. Inspired by the Article 27 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, “Everyone has the right to take part freely in the cultural life of the community, [and] to enjoy the arts,” ART for The World is a bridge between art and society—a museum without walls. Founded in 1995 in Geneva in the context of the fiftieth anniversary of the United Nations, its activities involve the participation of artists and filmmakers from around the globe. In conceiving its international traveling art exhibitions, performances, film productions, and concerts, the NGO merges ethics with aesthetics to build cross-cultural relationships and promotes education, well-being, and sustainability. In 2005 its sister NGO, ART for The World Europa, was established in Turin as its rhizomatic expansion. The activities of both organizations are based on the ideals of human rights, including dignity, freedom, peace, and solidarity.