1 May - 1 August 2021
Jaber Al Azmeh, Nazgol Ansarinia and Hera Buyuktaşciyan in Reflections: contemporary art of the Middle East and North Africa, bringing together an extraordinary collection of work from the British Museum.
Z33 presents the first two-person exhibition of internationally acclaimed artists Kamrooz Aram and Iman Issa. Entitled Lives of Forms, this exhibition focuses on the artists’ explorations of the personal and political significance of aesthetic forms.
This End the Sun is a collaborative exhibition by artists Maryam Hoseini, Rindon Johnson, and Jordan Strafer, created specifically for the New Museum’s Lobby Gallery.
Ana Mazzei's first commission for a public institution in the UK will be part of Glasgow International.
Seher Shah's solo exhibition bring together works on paper through drawings, etchings and photogravures completed over the past five years.
Emirati artist Afra Al Dhaheri is taking over the art scene one 6-metre sculpture at a time.
Hera Büyüktaşcıyan is among the artists to present at Soft Water Hard Stone, the fifth New Museum Triennial.
Hera Büyüktaşcıyan among the first 59 participants announced for the 23rd Biennale of Sydney (2022), rīvus, meaning ‘stream’ in Latin, which will be open to the public from 12 March to 13 June 2022.
We are pleased to announce Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck's inclusion in the book Immanent Vitalities: Meaning and Materiality in Modern and Contemporary Art, published by the University of California Press as part of the Studies in Latin American Art series.
Explore Seher Shah’s printmaking practice through her recent work Ruined Score and Argument from Silence, currently on view as part of her solo exhibition.
Athoub Al Busaily reviews newly opened exhibitions at Alserkal Avenue this spring 2021, including Seher Shah's solo When Words Disappear into Trees.
The mixed-media art of AFRA AL DHAHERI urges the viewer to consider social constructs through the prism of materials as disparate as concrete and hair. In a careful analysis of the public and private, she examines the unification of the artificial and the innate, the constructed and the dismantled.
Istanbul-based Hera Büyüktaşcıyan adopts a similarly expansive perspective of historical time. Looking closely at the architectural structures of cities that have experienced seismic changes in populations, Büyüktaşcıyan traces nearly forgotten tales through her sculptures, installations, videos, and drawings.