19 September - 23 November 2022
2 September - 11 December 2022
18 November 2022 – 19 February 2023
Afra Al Dhaheri in this year's Art Here x Richard Mille Art Prize, presented with Louvre Abu Dhabi.
Seher Shah in the group exhibition Proposals for a Memorial to Partition, curated by Murtaza Vali.
Ana Mazzei in the 37th Panorama of Brazilian Art.
Hoseini collapses the boundaries between painting, drawing, and architecture, employing thin, flat layers of soft color and meticulous graphite details to narrate a lyrical allegory populated by genderless characters in her work
In Shah’s graphite and charcoal drawings and prints, brutalist architectural forms and concrete colorations are counterbalanced by the lightness with which Shah applies her delicate marks and hatches.
Consisting of six portfolios with 121 prints in total, Studies in Form examines modernist architecture through the medium of the cyanotype, an early photographic process and precursor to the blueprint.
Seher Shah is among the artists for the 2022-2023 Kochi-Muziris Biennale: In our Veins Flow Ink and Fire. This fifth edition of the Biennale is curated by Singaporean artist Shubigi Rao.
Focusing on the fascination and the fear of the unknown, You Know Who takes its cue from the rich Byzantine imagery and literary sources related to the supernatural, the uncanny and the otherworld.
Pop South Asia: Artistic Explorations in the Popular is one of the first major exhibitions to provide a substantial survey of modern and contemporary art from South Asia engaging with popular culture.
The invisible enemy should not exist is an ongoing project centering on threatened, destroyed, and missing cultural heritage.
The Iraqi-American artist’s latest show presents the ‘ghosts’ of looted or destroyed treasures from his ancestral homeland.
Yalda Bidshahri's review of Michael Rakowitz's solo exhibition.
Kamrooz Aram revisits many recognizable forms—the problematic arabesque being a focus of his efforts, but others tropes and gestures as well, pulled from antiquity (Islamic and otherwise), carpets and textiles, and the works of modernist architects such as LeCorbusier.
Hera Büyüktaşcıyan unfolds the layers of history through sculpture. An interview with Jurrell Lewis.
The Iraqi-American artist brings his 'The invisible enemy should not exist' exhibition to Green Art Gallery.