Green Art Gallery is pleased to present work by Berlin – based artist Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck whose work is connected to current political events, which he uses to question propaganda strategies employed to convey values such as freedom, prosperity, security, and utopia, interweaving these principles with oil policies and global economic ties.
Hale Tenger featured in the latest edition of Sanat Dünyamiz.
Green Art Gallery presents a new series of videos that tells the story of how works are shaped into existence.
The inaugural video is a journey through Nazgol Ansarinia’s large-scale, site-specific work The Inverted Pool, commissioned for her first solo show at Tehran’s Argo Factory in January 2020.
If anxiety is the background hum of our existence, Nazgol Ansarinia is listening very carefully. Over the past fifteen years, she has been producing sharp, understated works that turn up the volume on the unsettling.
Green Art Gallery is pleased to present a three person show of new works by Kamrooz Aram, Hera Büyüktaşçıyan and Chaouki Choukini.
Click the link below to view this online exhibition.
#Online Viewing Room
Take a virtual tour of our current exhibition with recent works by Kamrooz Aram, Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck, Hera Büyüktaşçıyan and Ana Mazzei, as part of Alserkal.online, an initiative spearheaded by Alserkal Avenue, bringing exhibitions to your home.
We pleased to present a group exhibition with recent works by Kamrooz Aram, Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck, Hera Büyüktaşçıyan and Ana Mazzei, as part of Alserkal.online, an initiative spearheaded by Alserkal Avenue, bringing exhibitions to your home.
Nazgol Ansarinia's first major survey exhibition at the newly renovated Argo Factory – the first private museum on such a scale in Iran, featured in Canvas magazine's March/April 2020 issue.
In her essay, Olivia Laing describes how Seher Shah and Randhir Singh used cyanotypes to explore the abstract qualities of four architectural developments around the world, among them the Barbican Estate in London where the author lives.
We are pleased to announce the representation of Emirati artist Afra Al Dhaheri. Her work is rooted in her experiences growing up in Abu Dhabi and the wider UAE – a place of recent and rapid change.
Chaouki Choukini's first monograph, Corpus, a bilingual publication in English and French, presents a comprehensive survey of the artist's work from the 1970's until today.
In a new film from Art21's "New York Close Up" series, Maryam Hoseini explores the spaces in between painting and drawing, figuration and abstraction, and the personal experiences embedded in her work and the multiple interpretations viewers can bring to it.