Seher Shah will be part of the upcoming Taipei Biennial titled Small World.
Created in partnership with Imperial War Museums and 14-18 NOW, Michael Rakowitz will develop a new commission in response to the idea of conflict.
We are pleased to announce the acquisition of Michael Rakowitz's The invisible enemy should not exist (cylinder seals) (2022), by the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia.
Seher Shah's upcoming solo exhibition at Glasgow Print Studio, featuring some of the artists's latest prints.
Hale Tenger's work is featured in Istanbul Modern's exhibition Floating Islands.
Hera Büyüktaşcıyan's upcoming solo exhibition at Tate St. Ives.
The American Academy in Rome has named Kamrooz Aram as one of the winners of its Rome Prize for the 2023–24 cycle.
Join artist Seher Shah and writer and critic Jyoti Dhar in conversation to mark the launch of Of Absence and Weight, the first comprehensive monograph of Pakistani-born artist Seher Shah, a leading figure in South Asian art working at the edge of architectural drawing and abstraction.
Afra Al Dhaheri is among the shortlisted artist for Dubai Public Art's inaugural edition.
The exhibition Pop South Asia will travel to the exhibition's co-organiser Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, New Delhi, for another iteration. The exhibition will open on 8 February 2023.
Michael Rakowitz will be part of the upcoming Sharjah Biennial 15: Thinking Historically in the Present.
Michael Rakowitz will have his residency at The American Academy in Rome, Italy.
Hera Büyüktaşcıyan is nominated for Civitella Ranieri Fellowship.
Hera Büyüktaşcıyan will be part of the group exhibition My Language is a Bedouin Thief, a collaboration between SAVVY Contemporary and the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2022.
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.
Seher Shah in Moody Center for the Arts's exhibition Urban Impressions: Experiencing the Global Contemporary Metropolis.
Seher Shah in Ikon Gallery's exhibition Horror in the Modernist Block.
Afra Al Dhaheri is among the finalists for this year's Richard Mille Art Prize, presented with Louvre Abu Dhabi.
Hale Tenger's sound installation Life, Death, Love and Justice (2018) will be part of the group exhibition at Yapı Kredi Culture and Art Center.
Hale Tenger's Broken Record/Self Portrait (2005) from the Elgiz Collection, is on display at the group exhibition Myths and Dreams in the Elgiz Collection.
Ana Mazzei in the group exhibition Flávio de Carvalho Experimental.
Seher Shah's work will e part of the exhibition 75 Years of Consequence: The Partition of India.
Ana Mazzei to participate in the upcoming 37th Panorama of Brazilian Art.
Hera Büyüktaşcıyan among the commissioned artists for Biennale Matter of Art Prague 2022.
Michael Rakowitz in the group exhibition Air, an exhibition that makes the invisible visible, through contemporary art that explores air from environmental, social justice, and cultural perspectives.
The DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Program has invited program fellows currently living in Berlin to present contributions that examine their understanding of or experiences with the “simultaneity of the non-simultaneous.”
Shadi Habib Allah will be part of the upcoming Lofoten International Art Festival 2022.
Seher Shah will be part of the group exhibition Proposals for a Memorial to Partition, curated by Murtaza Vali.
The Aldrich announces historic reexamination of landmark exhibition, charting the evolution of feminist art practices over the past five decades and featuring the addition of twenty-six emerging artists, including Maryam Hoseini.
Rossella Biscotti's upcoming performance for Kunstenfestivaldesarts, Brussels.
Michael Rakowitz is among those selected to create new works through Imperial War Museums' 14-18 NOW Legacy Fund- the official UK arts programme for the First World War centenary.
Michael Rakowitz in ARS22—Living Encounters at Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Finland.
ARS22 is the tenth instalment in the series of major international contemporary art exhibitions originally launched in 1961.
With the selection from Elgiz collection, Myths and Dreams, curated by Billur Tansel, presents new perspectives by discussing the transformation and evolution journey of nature and humans over time through the concepts of ecosophy and autopoïese.
Michael Rakowitz's first solo exhibition in France.
We are pleased to announce the acquisition of Seher Shah's Argument from Silence (2019) by Tate, London.
Nazgol Ansarinia's upcoming solo exhibition at Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein.
Seher Shah is among the participants for the upcoming 16th Lyon Biennale, titled Manifesto of Fragility.
Hera Büyüktaşcıyan's Reveries of an Underground Forest (2019) is now part of the collection of Tate, London.
Afra Al Dhaheri will be part of the exhibition, Zemanna, a visual exploration of the 1990s in the United Arab Emirates and of the impact of that decade on art and society.
Seher Shah is among the nominees for the Queen Sonja Print Award 2022.
Pleased to announce Kamrooz Aram's upcoming solo exhibition at The Arts Club of Chicago.
Kamrooz Aram's work Nocturne 3 (Departing Nocturne) (2019) is currently part of the exhibition Matisse Alive at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia.
We are pleased to announce the acquisition of Seher Shah's Argument from Silence (2019) by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
We are pleased to announce that the works of Hera Büyüktaşcıyan have entered the collection of Centre Pompidou, Paris, France.
We are pleased to announce that the work of Chaouki Choukini have entered the collection of Centre Pompidou, Paris, France.
The internationally active artist and curator trio from New Delhi, Raqs Media Collective (Jeebesh Bagchi, Monica Narula, Shuddhabrata Sengupta), was asked to survey the historical art collections—the Paintings Gallery, the Graphic Collection and the Plaster Cast Collection—from an external perspective and to mediate a thematic reorientation in dialogue with contemporary art.
Hera Büyüktaşcıyan in the group exhibition I heard it from the valleys at Haus N Athen.
Hale Tenger will be part of the upcoming edition of Ural Industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art, with the title Thinking Hands, Touching Each Other.
Shadi Habib Allah will be part of the group exhibition Post-Capital: Art and the Economics of the Digital Age at Mudam, The Contemporary Art Museum of Luxembourg, Luxembourg.
Hera Büyüktaşcıyan will be part of this year's special installation sector, In & Around, at Abu Dhabi Art.
Nazgol Ansarinia's works will be exhibited in Asia Society Museum's Rebel, Jester, Mystic, Poet: Contemporary Persians—The Mohammed Afkhami Collection.
Hera Büyüktaşcıyan will be part of Protocinema's group exhibition, Once Upon a Time Inconceivable, on the occasion of their ten year milestone.
Three works from the ongoing series Cultural Diplomacy: An Art We Neglect and Modern Entanglements, U.S. Interventions, by Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck, are included in the book Parapolitics: Cultural Freedom and the Cold War. The book is the outcome of several years of historical research by the Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW) curatorial team for the homonymous exhibition presented in 2017.
Hale Tenger in KØS Museum of Art in Public Spaces’ upcoming exhibition Hummings.
The DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Program is a residency program for international cultural practitioners that facilitates and supports creative processes, encounters, and collaborations.
A selection of newly acquired sculptures and works on paper by Chaouki Choukini will be exhibited as part of Sharjah Art Foundation's summer and autumn 2021 programmes.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck at Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg's group exhibition Oil. Beauty and Horror in the Petrol Age.
Afra Al Dhaheri among the artists commissioned for Expo 2020's Public Art Progamme.
Afra Al Dhaheri is among the recipient of Misk Art Grant 2021.
Hale Tenger is Gislaveds Konsthall's group exhibition All Flesh is Hay.
Hera Büyüktaşcıyan will be part of the third edition of Autostrada Biennale, What If a Journey….
Hera Büyüktaşcıyan is part of Protocinema's 2021 Open Air Screening Tour, titled Permanent Spring, Delayed Bloom.
Hale Tenger in the group exhibition Life, Death, Love and Justice at Tranzit, Slovakia.
In its first-ever exhibition abroad, Abu Dhabi Art will present commissioned works created in 2020 at Cromwell Place, London.
Hale Tenger is part of the group exhibition At the End of the Day at Odunpazarı Modern Museum, Turkey.
Kamrooz Aram will be part of the group show Field of Vision at Peter Blum Gallery, New York.
Nazgol Ansarinia and Hera Büyüktaşciyan will be part of the exhibition Reflections: contemporary art of the Middle East and North Africa, bringing together an extraordinary collection of work from the British Museum for the first time.
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, supported by the Institute for Studies on Latin American Art.
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.
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.
Explore Seher Shah’s printmaking practice through her recent work Ruined Score and Argument from Silence.
Afra Al Dhaheri will be part of the group exhibition Conscious Becoming at Tatjana Pieters Gallery, Belgium.
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.
Soft Water Hard Stone, the fifth New Museum Triennial, brings together works across mediums by forty artists and collectives from around the world.
Ana Mazzei’s first commission for a public institution in the UK is a large-scale site-specific installation; an unfurling series of rooms, filled with abstracted sculptural forms each pertaining to states of mind, which taken together suggest an open-ended narrative.
Ana Mazzei in Female Voices of Latin América, celebrating the work of over 150 living female artists from 19 countries across the region, presented by more than 60 international galleries and institutions.
Hale Tenger will be part of the group exhibition Crystal Clear, curated by Elena Sorokina, at Pera Museum, Istanbul.
Jaber Al Azmeh, Nazgol Ansarinia and Hera Buyuktaşciyan are featured in the new publication Reflections: contemporary art of the Middle East and North Africa, bringing together an extraordinary collection of work from the British Museum for the first time.
We are pleased to announce the acquisition of Hera Büyüktaşcıyan's work by Istanbul Modern. A Study on Endless Archipelagos, 2017-2019, was originally conceived and shown at the 2019 Singapore Biennale.
Shadi Habib Allah is among the selected artists who are awarded residencies in Berlin by the DAAD artist program 2021.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck will be part of the group exhibition Figuraciones modernas en recurrencia (Modern Figurations in Recurrence), which include works in various media by local and international artists.
Afra Al Dhaheri is among the selected artists for Beyond: Emerging Artists 2020, curated by Maya El Khalil, for this year's edition of Abu Dhabi Art.
Known for her site-specific explorations of memory-charged spaces, Istanbul-based artist Hera Büyüktaşcıyan fathoms the aquatic currents of our minds. Her work navigates the sharp edge of social/political rupture, and floats through the endlessness of petrified time.
Nazgol Ansarinia will be part of DEMO, a group exhibition exploring the lines between demolition, transformation, and extinction. Four different records and results of four different spatial ruinations will be situated in the landmark R.M. Schindler Kings Road House in West Hollywood, California.
For Frieze London Online Viewing Room, Green Art Gallery is pleased to present a dialogue between artists Kamrooz Aram and Ana Mazzei, marking the first time these artists have shown together.
Bilsart is hosting Hera Büyüktaşcıyan and Mehmet Ali Boran’s exhibition entitled Talking with the Not- Existent curated by Ahmet Ergenç between October 7 - October 28, 2020
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck in Phoenix Art Museum's exhibition Stories of Abstraction: Contemporary Latin American Art in the Global Context.
Hale Tenger is part of the exhibition Unwillingly But With Pleasure / Agah Uğur Collection at Museum of Troy as part of the 7th Çanakkale Biennial, Çanakkale, Turkey.
Hera Büyüktaşcıyan is part of the group exhibition The Futureless Memory at Kunsthaus Hamburg, Germany.
Hale Tenger will be part of the group show Hybridish, curated by Alistair Hicks, at Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Vienna, Austria.
How do landscapes (both territorial and cultural) shift as carriers of cyclical time? Can we translate volatile geographies into architectures of memory? These are amongst the concerns Hera Büyüktaşcıyan delves into in her exhibition On Stones and Palimpsests, marking her second solo at the Gallery. Looking at territorial divisions and historical ruptures in different cities across time, she unravels these unstable spaces across a series of drawings, sculptures and video.
Hale Tenger is part of the three artist exhibition Garden Conversations, curated by Didem Yazıcı, at Museum für Neue Kunst, Freiburg, Germany.
Kamrooz Aram is among the 50 artists to participate in Public Art Fund's Art on the Grid, a multi-platform exhibition of new work by a group of 50 New York-based, emerging artists. The exhibition was conceived in the spring of 2020 in direct response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
We are exchited to announce our participation in the third edition of IN TOUCH, a digital exhibitions platform created in partnership between galleries in India and Dubai to present online exhibitions.
Kamrooz Aram will be part of PHI Foundation for Contemporary Art's upcoming exhibition RELATIONS: Diaspora and Painting.
Shadi Habib Allah has been navigating the underbelly of parallel economies and shadow networks for over a decade, producing works that question power from the inside out.
We are excited to announce our participation in this year's June Art Fair, in collaboration with ArtReview and international gallery Hauser & Wirth, which will host the fair on its website. A special, dedicated microsite featuring additional content that supports each participating gallery will be available on artreview.com.
Marking the inaugural online sale by an international auction house in the Middle East, This Too Shall Pass brings together sixty works from seven of Dubai’s leading art galleries in a project that is the first of its kind.
The auction will be open for bidding from 18 – 25 June, with 10% of the galleries’ proceeds to be donated to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)’s response to the pandemic’s impact on refugee families and children across twenty countries in the MENA region.
Hera Büyüktasçiyan will be part of the group exhibition Face à la mer [In front of the sea], curated by Loïc Le Gall, at CAC Passerelle, Brest, France.
Kamrooz Aram is part of the group exhibition Some mysterious process at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
Delighted to announce our participation in the second edition of IN TOUCH, a digital exhibitions platform created in partnership between 12 galleries in India and Dubai to present online exhibitions.
We are pleased to announce our participation in not cancelled Dubai edition.
Launching online on 19 May, the week-long event will present an exciting program of digital art events and an online exhibition of participating galleries from Dubai.
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.
We are delighted to announce our participation in IN TOUCH, a digital exhibitions platform created in partnership between 10 galleries in India and Dubai to present online exhibitions.
We are pleased to announce the representation of Emirati artist Afra Al Dhaheri.
Kamrooz Aram will be part of the group exhibition Desorientalismos, which seeks to investigate an imagined geography as a result of colonialism characterized by the intention of "orientalizing the oriental" in cultural representations.
Seher Shah and Randhir Singh's collaborative body of work, Dhaka Library, will be part of Dhaka Art Summit's On Muzharul Islam: Surfacing Intention exhibition, responding to the built and unbuilt legacy of the ground-breaking Bangladeshi architect Muzharul Islam (1923-2012).
As part of Lahore Biennale 02, Hera Büyüktaşçiyan, in curatorial collaboration with Haajra Haider Karrar, will be showing a video work which derives from poetics of space focusing on Sikh heritage that carries traces of 1947’s Partition.
For its inaugural exhibition in the newly renovated Argo Factory building, Pejman Foundation presents The Room Becomes a Street, a solo exhibition by Iranian artist Nazgol Ansarinia. Conceived as a series of discrete interventions dispersed throughout the foundation’s galleries, the exhibition is Ansarinia’s largest presentation to date and surveys the artist’s work of the last 15 years in sculpture, installation, drawing, and video.
Hera Büyüktasçiyan is among the finalists for the 12th Benesse Prize at the Singapore Biennale 2019. The prize will be awarded to an outstanding artist or artist collective chosen from the artists participating in the Biennale.
Kamrooz Aram to participate in YARAT Contemporary Art Space' Fragile Frontiers: Visions on Iran’s in/visible borders exhibition.
Nazgol Ansarinia to participate in YARAT Contemporary Art Space' Fragile Frontiers: Visions on Iran’s in/visible borders exhibition.
Hera Büyüktaşçıyan’s research-based practice revolves around the fluidity of history and the relation between our present lives and our unseen roots; these interests find differentiated expressions in two works presented at SB2019.
Chaouki Choukini's first monograph Corpus, a bilingual publication in English and French, presents a comprehensive survey of the artist's work from the 1970s until today.
Kamrooz Aram will be part of "Fragments, Yesterday and Today" exhibition at Manarat Al Saadiyat, Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Hera Büyüktasçiyan will be part of Fragments, Yesterday and Today exhibition at Manarat Al Saadiyat, Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Seher Shah will be part of Homelands: Art from Bangladesh, India and Pakistan exhibition at Kettle's Yard.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck is among the selected artists for Monumento Piazza Largo Venezuela, an exhibition that promotes and supports the activity of Comitato Monumento Piazza Largo Venezuela.
As part of the inaugural Sharjah Architecture Triennial, architects Hamed Khosravi and Roozbeh Elias-Azar with artist Nazgol Ansarinia reflect on spatial imaginaries of domestic spaces in the city of Tehran.
Ana Mazzei's solo exhibition Drama O'Rama at SESC Pompeia, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Hera Büyüktasçiyan was awarded the Emerging Artist Award during the inaugural edition of Toronto Biennial of Art.
Hera Büyüktaşçıyan joins the inaugural edition of Toronto Biennial of Art with the installation Reveries of an Underground Forest (2019), consists of carpets rolled to resemble the stumps of trees, inspired by the forests that once flourished in the Toronto region and are now buried under the foundations of our modern city.
Hale Tenger is part of the 16th Istanbul Biennial with a new installation in a historic site in Büyükada, the largest of the so-called Princes’ Islands in the Sea of Marmara.
Hale Tenger featured in the inaugural programme of Arter’s new building.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck in The Migrant Chronicles: Common stories between Peru and Venezuela exhibition at MAC Lima, Peru.
We are pleased to announce the acquisition of Kamrooz Aram's Nocturne 3 (Departing Nocturne), 2019 by the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.
Protocinema presents Of Our Own Making, a series of single channel videos by Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme, Hera Büyüktaşcıyan, Vajiko Chachkhiani, Lara Ögel, Ahmet Öğüt, Hale Tenger, and Theo Triantafyllidis.
Protocinema presents Of Our Own Making, a series of single channel videos by Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme, Hera Büyüktaşcıyan, Vajiko Chachkhiani, Lara Ögel, Ahmet Öğüt, Hale Tenger, and Theo Triantafyllidis.
Nazgol Ansarinia in Nine Iranian Artists in London: THE SPARK IS YOU, an exhibition which highlights the vital importance of open dialogue towards developing greater understanding between all nations.
Maryam Hoseini will be part of Heartbreak exhibition. Taking the classical story of Dido and Aeneas as its starting point, the exhibition will include the work of nine contemporary artists, each exploring the theme of heartbreak.
Parasol Unit foundation for contemporary art is delighted to present, through a prism of classical Persian poetry, an exhibition of works by nine contemporary Iranian artists, including Nazgol Ansarinia, at the Conservatorio di Musica Benedetto Marcello di Venezia.
Hera Buyuktascyian has been invited to produce a new large scale site specific work in the city of Dunkirk, France as part of GIGANTISME, a new European Triennial taking place from 4 May 2019- 5 January 2020.
Kamrooz Aram is shortlisted for Jameel Prize 5. Works of the shortlisted artists are on view at Jameel Arts Centre, Dubai, UAE.
Shadi Habib Allah’s exhibition at CCA explores the legacies of government welfare policies, examining how local areas adapt and survive in response to changes of city planning and strategy over time.
Hera Büyüktaşcıyan’s first solo exhibition in Germany, Neither on the Ground, nor in the Sky, curated by Nat Muller.
Nazgol Ansarinia will be part of the exhibition UnDoing, which explores how buildings, places and artefacts are re-used, reinterpreted and remembered.
Kamrooz Aram is included in a large group show at Axel Vervoordt Gallery entitled The Crime of Mr Adolf Loos curated by the English curator, writer and advisor Alistair Hicks.
Hera Büyüktaşçıyan is included in the inaugural exhibition at B7L9, an experimental art space developed by Kamel Lazaar Foundation (KLF) in Tunis.
Seher Shah’s drawings, prints and sculptures explore ideas around space, landscape, objects and aesthetics. This Artist’s Room features two major works: a three-part graphite drawing, Emergent structures: relative noise, planar landscape and capital mass, and Studies in form, a collaborative body of work with photographer Randhir Singh.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck will be part of Making New Time exhibition curated by Omar Kholeif at 14th edition of Sharjah Biennial (SB14).
Hale Tenger will be part of Water Lines, a group exhibition in video format.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck to be part of There will never be a door. You are inside. Works from the Teixeira de Freitas Collection exhibition at Fundacion Banco Santander, Madrid.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck will show Last Oil Barrel, as part of Portadores de sentido: Contemporary Art from the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros at Museo Amparo, Mexico.
Shadi Habib Allah will show Did You See Me This Time with Your Own Eyes? (2018), where he follows a group of bedouins in the Sinai desert.
We are proud to announce the acquisition of a number of works of Seher Shah by the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
Ana Mazzei has been invited to participate in La Bienal de Cuenca, a leading platform in Latin America.
Hera Büyüktaşçıyan was invited to create a new temporary installation devised specifically for the archaeological site.
Nazgol Ansarinia to participate in Gateway: Structures of Meaning | Architectures of Perception exhibition.
Nazgol Ansarinia is part of the exhibition Punk Orientalism which brings together diverse artistic voices that actively embrace non-conformity and resistance.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck will be part of Crude, an exhibition that explores oil as an agent of social, cultural and economic transformation across the Middle East and North Africa, as well as a driver of geo-political upheaval.
Kamrooz Aram to present a solo exhibition at The FLAG Art Foundation, New York, USA.
Chaouki Choukini's works on exhibit among the selection of works by 23 artists from the Claude and France Lemand Donation.
A new project by Shadi Habib Allah examines the disparities and dependencies brought on by government welfare policies.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck in Everything Is Connected: Art and Conspiracy, an exhibition that will present an alternate history of postwar and contemporary art that is also an archaeology of our troubled times.
Shadi Habib Allah’s Put to Rights Renaissance Society exhibition, presented in conjunction with Hammer Projects: Shadi Habib Allah a related project at the Hammer Museum.
Hera Büyüktaşçıyan in School Square Galatasaray, a contemporary exhibition exploring the multi-layered architectural, art-historical and sociological significance of the Galatasaray High School on the occasion of its 150th anniversary.
Nazgol Ansarinia in the group exhibition Only the morning bird treasures the flower garden, which takes its title from a poem by 14th century Persian poet Hafiz.
Ana Mazzei will be part of Brazil. Knife in the flesh, an exhibition that shatters conventions and stereotypes without, however, setting out to draw a portrait of the country or its artistic scene, reflecting instead on their inherent conflict: the fights and violence, the political, social, racial, ecological and cultural abuse.
Kamrooz Aram is shortlisted for Jameel Prize 5, an international art prize for contemporary artists and designers inspired by Islamic tradition.
Kamrooz Aram wil be part of the group exhibition Le Musée Imaginaire at Pavillion Trab, Jaou Tunis, Tunisia.
Hale Tenger to be part of Cappadox Contemporary Art Program 2018 Silence.
Nazgol Ansarinia will be participating in the 2nd edition of Yinchuan Biennale, China, curated by Marco Scotini.
For Hands, Spells, Papers Ana Mazzei explores the materiality and the pictorial representations generated by the host of interlocking visual cultures making up her native Brazil, whether their sources be indigenous, colonial and Catholic, ethnographic and scientific, or contemporary.
A long-term exhibition, A Century in Flux: Highlights from the Barjeel Art Foundation, opens at the Sharjah Art Museum featuring a selection of key modernist paintings, sculptures and mixed media artworks from the Barjeel Art Foundation collection, including works of Chaouki Choukini.
Maryam Hoseini in Body Armor, an exhibition that present approaches to bodily adornment in contemporary life, placing focus on the garments and objects we wear to signal belonging, confer status, or project strength.
Shadi Habib Allah will be part of 74 million million million tons, an exhibition about the types of evidence that artworks can produce.
Designed by the Japanese architect Tadao Andao, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth presents a new body of work by Kamrooz Aram, as part of its annual FOCUS shows.
Alserkal Programming has appointed Hale Tenger for a commissioned public intervention guest curated by Mari Spirito.
Nazgol Ansarinia in Women House, an exhibition that challenges conventional ideas about gender and the domestic space.
Nazgol Ansarinia in Long, Winding Journeys: Contemporary Art and the Islamic Tradition, an exhibition that presents a focused look at a group of artists of Middle Eastern and South Asian descent whose work engages the diverse forms of Islamic visual tradition to explore religion, culture, and socio-political issues today.
Hera Büyüktaşçiyan in Chasing a Coin: Signs, Traces and Stories, an exhibition that brings together a selection of Yapı Kredi coin collection and three contemporary art commissions inspired by the coin collection.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck in The Matter of Photography in the Americas an exhibition that presents a wide range of creative responses to photography as an artistic medium and a communicative tool uniquely suited to modern media landscapes and globalized economies.
We are delighted to share Kamrooz Aram is shortlisted for Jameel Prize 5, the international award for contemporary art and design inspired by Islamic tradition.
Seher Shah will be participating in the group exhibition, The Projective Drawing: An Exploration of Art and Architecture in Contemporary Culture.
Hera Büyüktaşçıyan in Dhaka Art Summit's Planetary Planning, curated by Devika Singh.
Seher Shah will participate at two exhibitions in Dhaka Art Summit (DAS), Planetary Planning, curated by Devika Singh and in Bearing Points with collaboration with Randhir Singh, curated by Diana Campbell Betancourt.
The present exhibition pulls into dialogue the work of two artists—Kamrooz Aram (b. Iran, 1978) and Anwar Jalal Shemza (b. India, 1928 – 1985)—concerned with the relationship between ornamental art and modernist abstractions.
Seher Shah will be participating in the group exhibition When is space?, an exhibition on Contemporary Architecture in India.
A special project by Ana Mazzei, Corpo Parede (Wall Body) connects the human body directly to the museum’s wall by means of wood structures organized according to a previous design.
Kamrooz Aram's solo opens at Atlanta Contemporary, Georgia, USA.
Ana Mazzie in the group exhibition Now it is Light, which takes cue from an astronomer turned mining geologist’s earthly pursuit for radiant matter in a cavernous space.
Kamrooz Aram included in Other Hours, presented at Artspace and curated by Phoebe d'Heurle and Maryam Hoseini.
Jaber Al Azmeh in Instantanés d’Orient, a selection of photographs from the Biennal of contemporary photographers from the Arab world shown in Paris at the Arab World Institute as well as at the European House of Photography in 2017.
Nazgol Ansarinia presents the exhibition Fragments, Particles and the Mechanisms of Growth at KIOSK.
Participating at DE-INTEGRATE YOURSELVES, Hale Tenger will be exhibiting her piece, The School of Sikimden Assa Kasimpasa (1990) at the Third Berlin Autumn Salon.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck will be part of Parapolitics: Cultural Freedom and the Cold War exhibition.
Nazgol Ansarinia in Women House, a group exhibition of women artists.
Kamrooz Aram will be exhibiting at The Intimate Enemy, alongside with Massinissa Selmani, Socratis Socratous, Regine Petersen and Filippo Minelli.
Seher Shah will participate in Mémoires des Futurs, curated by Catherine David.
Shadi Habib Allah's 30kg Shine (2017), a video installation that examines various states of existence-object, body and spirit-and how they exchange roles and share enmeshed forms of agency, will be on view at Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival (BFMAF).
Jaber Al Azmeh will be showing works from his 2006 series, Boarder-Lines at the 2nd La Biennale des Photographes du Monde Arabe Contemporain group exhibition.
Nazgol Ansarinia in the travelling exhibiton, Rebel, Jester, Mystic, Poet: Contemporary Persians - The Mohammed Afkhami Collection, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, USA, 2017.
In collaboration with Media Farzin, Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck will be showing The Larger Picture, 1941-1942. From the series Modern Entanglements, U.S. Interventions, 2006-2009 at 4.543 billion. The matter of matter exhibition.
Photographs by 9 Middle Eastern artists, including Jaber Al Azmeh, have been acquired by The British Museum.
Nazgol Ansarinia in What We Know that We Don't Know, which explores the poetic space of paradox, where works intentionally provide multiple angles of interpretation and opposing meanings collide.
Hera Büyüktaşçiyan will show a site-specific project for Driftwood, or how we surfaced through currents exhibition.
Green Art Gallery is pleased to participate in Art Basel presenting Single Utopias, a new series of sculptures and drawings by Seher Shah.
Hera Büyüktaşçıyan will be participating in a group exhibition exploring the theme of Homeland. The works will be exhibited in four different locations; the BBK’s Kunst-Quartier, the Felix-Nussbaum-Haus, the Kunsthalle Osnabrück, and the Kunstraum hase29.
Hera Büyüktaşçıyan in Doublethink: Double vision exhibition at Pera Museum.
Nazgol Ansarinia will be part of the exhibition Planet 9, a cluster of presentations, performances, screenings, lectures, readings, and conversations which connect the visual arts with the neighboring disciplines of theater, film, music, and literature, and which are also set to include contributions from the natural sciences.
Green Art Gallery is pleased to announce the participation of Turkish artist Hale Tenger in the 57th Venice Biennale with her 7 channel video installation Balloons on the Sea.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck in collaboration with Media Farzin in will be exhibiting in the group show Weapon of Choice curated by Isabela Villanueva.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck in the exhibition Colourless Green Ideas Sleep Furiously, which explores the ideas emanating from this story, of countries dissolved and populations dispersed, meditating on the role that arts plays in the times of upheaval.
Shadi Habib Allah to participate in the Sharjah Biennial 13 Tamawuj, featuring over fifty international artists, the biennial encompasses exhibitions and a public programme in two acts in Sharjah and Beirut; a year-long education programme in Sharjah; projects in Dakar, Ramallah, Istanbul and Beirut; and an online publishing platform.
Shadi Habib Allah will be taking part in I can call this progress to halt, a project composed of an exhibition, a series of screenings and performances, and a publication.
Chaouki Choukini in Beloved Bodies II at Barjeel Foundation, Sharjah.
Nazgol Ansarinia in Variable Dimensions: Artists and Architecture exhibition.
Kamrooz Aram's first solo museum show in Europe takes place at the Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens in Belgium.
Nazgol Ansarinia will be part of a group exhibition at Aga Khan Museum in Canada.
Shadi Habib Allah's Daga'a will be screening at Beursschouwburg, the Belgium multidisciplinary arts centre situated in the heart of Brussels, as part of the exhibition O Solitude.
Laura Egerton profiles Dubai-based, Syrian-rooted contemporary gallery, Green Art, as part of this issue's focus on Syria. The article brings insight on how Green Art, dubai's oldest gallery continues to stay relevant.
Seher Shah presents her second solo exhibition at Nature Morte Gallery in New Delhi.
Shadi Habib Allah is part of a group exhibition House of Commons at Portikus.
In Electoral Autocracy, his third solo exhibition at the gallery, Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck combines previously existing and recent works to broadly examine the chaos of his home country, probing the problematical historic narratives that bring us to our present.
Hera Büyüktaşçıyan's site-specific installation Echo (2016) can be seen at the Gori Collection in Santomato (Pistoia), Italy as part of their permanent collection.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck in the exhibition La democrazia in America at the XVI Quadriennale d'Arte.
Nazgol Ansarinia in the exhibition Schnitt Schnitt, which focuses on both classic and contemporary stands.
Nazgol Ansarinia in the group exhibition To Express the Feelings of a Chair When We Sit on it at The Office Gallery.
We are pleased to announce Shadi Habib Allah's fall residency at Delfina Foundation in London for the period September - December 2016. The residency has been kindly supported by Alserkal Avenue, Artschool Palestine and Qattan Foundation.
We are pleased to announce that Syrian artist Jaber Al Azmeh has been selected as one of the finalists of the Sovereign Middle East & North Africa Art Prize.
Shadi Habib Allah's second exhibition Biscuits and Green Sox Maaike at Reena Spaulings Fine Art, New York.
Nazgol Ansarinia will participate in the 11th Gwangju Biennale entitled The Eighth Climate (What Does Art Do?).
Hera Büyüktaşçıyan in the exhibition Freundschaftsspiel, which engages the museum collection in dialogue with diverse outside collections.
Hera Büyüktaşçıyan in A Particular Scenario exhibition with Lennart Lahuis and Christine Bax.
Hera Büyüktaşçıyan will create a large-scale installation within the active archeological site at Küçükyalı Arkeopark.
Nazgol Ansarinia in Metatextile, an exhibition drawing together historic and contemporary works united in their employment of fabric and textiles as a means of challenging prevalent social hierarchies, historical narratives and perceived value systems.
Hera Büyüktaşçıyan to participate in Cappadox 2016, with the theme Let us cultivate our garden, through which diverse fields of the festival will intersect with each other.
Hera Büyüktaşçıyan will be one of the 57 International artists who will participate in the 2016 edition of EVA International – Ireland's Biennial titled Still (the) Barbarians.
Hale Tenger's video work Beirut (2005-2007) will be on view at Centre Pompidou as part of its exhibition Cher(e)s Ami(e)s : Hommage aux donateurs des collections contemporaines.
Shadi Habib Allah's film entitled Daga'a, first shown at the New Museum Triennial in 2015, will be shown at the Courtisane Festival in Ghent, Belgium, alongside films by Chantal Akerman, Cyprien Gaillard and Avi Mograbi among others.
Nazgol Ansarinia to present her first solo show in Italy Paper Trail.
Nazgol Ansarinia has been nominated for the Queen Sonja Print Award, among thirty exceptional and exciting artists that have been recommended by curators, museum directors and fellow artists from many parts of the world.
Seher Shah's Capitol Complex series is featured in Chandigarh is in India, a new publication that tells the story of Chandigarh through the works of Indian and Western artists.
Hera Büyüktaşçıyan participates in the exhibition If you can't go through the door, go through the window, an exhibition that celebrates ingenuity, one of most complex human processes, and the ways in which individuals modify in order to participate in society.
Hera Büyüktaşçıyan in Istanbul. Passion, Joy, Fury, an exhibition that tackles the dynamics, the changes and the cultural demands of contemporary Turkey, a bridge between the western and eastern worlds.
Shadi Habib Allah’s first exhibition at Rodeo is about the condition of ownership. One learns to move and be around one’s very own things and takes them for granted.
We are proud to announce that Centre Pompidou, Paris has acquired Hale Tenger's video entitled Beirut.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck's work from the Israeli Nuclear Arsenale series will be shown at the Salsali Private Museum in Dubai.
Kamrooz Aram in The Worlds Turned Upside Down exhibition at BPS22, Belgium.
Hera Büyüktaşçıyan in A Century of Centuries at SALT Ulus, a selection of the works that were gathered for the inaugural installation of this exhibition at SALT Beyoğlu.
Hale Tenger in Remember Lidice exhibition at Edition Block Berlin, Germany.
Nazgol Ansarinia is showing at VOLKS in Cyprus, as part of collector Anastasios Gkekas's exhibition of his collection Investment Opportunities.
We are proud to announce that the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) in Brisbane has acquired 3 works of Iranian artist Nazgol Ansarinia from her Reflections/Refractions series.
Hera Büyüktaşçıyan is taking part in the 14th Istanbul Biennial, organized by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts, and is drafted by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev with a number of alliances.
Nazgol Ansarinia in KURZ / DUST / غبار, an international exhibition that reunites artists, activists and writers whose works interact directly with their surrounding environment.
Hale Tenger in How Did We Get Here exhibition at SALT, Istanbul.
Hera Büyüktaşçıyan in the exhibition GRANDCHILDREN, New geographies of belonging, which intends to look closer at personal and communal affiliations in the Armenian transnation, the mechanisms that empower and nurture the diasporic identities and its patterns of representation as well.
Dissonant Archives is the first book to consider the ways in which contemporary artists from North Africa and the Middle East, including Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck, are utilizing and disrupting the function of the archive and, in so doing, are simultaneously highlighting a systemic and perhaps irrevocable crisis in institutional and state-ordained archiving across the region.
Diplomatic Entanglements an exhibition of Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck in collaboration with Media Farzin at Rochester Art Center.
Shadi Habib Allah participates in a group show The Chicken and The Egg, The Chicken at Rodeo Gallery.
Hale Tenger participates in Every Inclusion is an Exclusion of Other Possibilities, a group exhibition that brings together aspects of three private, independent collections in order to open a dialogue and critique around the act of collecting and to publicly share the works they have come to hold.
Green Art Gallery is pleased to announce the representation of Turkish artist Hera Büyüktaşçıyan.
Protocinema presents Hale Tenger’s installation We didn't go outside; we were always on the outside/ We didn't go inside; we were always on the inside, 1995.
Seher Shah in Scenes for a New Heritage: Contemporary Art from the Collection, a sweeping reinstallation of MoMA’s Contemporary Galleries.
Nazgol Ansarinia in the exhibition The Great Game, that comes from the idea of the historically charged geographical territory of Asia, known for supremacy since the XIX century.
Shadi Habib Allah will be showing a new commissioned work in the 2015 New Museum Triennial.
Seher Shah in Working Space: Around Memory and Perception, a group show exploring artistic practices that have engaged with architectural elements, built environments or physical space in general.
Kamrooz Aram and Seher Shah in Geometries of Difference: New Approaches to Ornament and Abstraction, an exhibition that brings together the work of seven contemporary artists who subtly subvert modernist abstraction through strategies of difference, pushing geometry and pattern to the verge of ornament.
Two works by Iranian artist Nazgol Ansarinia will be featured in Adventures of the Black Square: Abstract Art and Society 1915 – 2015, a major group show at the Whitechapel Gallery.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck in New Territories: Laboratories for Design, Craft and Art in Latin America, group exhibition dedicated to contemporary Latin American design.
Seher Shah in Below Another Sky, an exhibition presenting new work in print by 20 outstanding national and international artists commissioned by the Scottish Print Network.
We are pleased to announce that recent works by Iranian-American artist Kamrooz Aram has been acquired by M+ in Hong Kong and The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Seher Shah in "The Language of Human Consciousness", an exhibition that will examine geometry in a comprehensive exhibition that showcases a multitude of applications in geometry.
We are delighted to announce that Nazgol Ansarinia has been selected for the first MOP/Parasol unit Research Residency.
Hale Tenger in “Plurivocality”, an exhibition investigating the interrelations between auditory and visual arts through a selection of contemporary artwork in Turkey.
Kamrooz Aram in "Beauty Reigns: A Baroque Sensibility in Recent Painting" exhibition at McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, Texas, USA.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck and Media Farzin in "Beyond the Supersquare", an exhibition that explores the indelible influence of Latin American and Caribbean modernist architecture on contemporary art.
Seher Shah commences her month long residency at the Glasgow Print Studio as part of Below another sky, the first collaborative programme developed by the Scottish Print Network.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck will be participating in the 12th Biennial de Cuenca in Ecuador.
Kamrooz Aram is included in an upcoming publication, published by Thames and Hudson and entitled "The Global Art Compass: New Directions in 21st-Century Art".
Hale Tenger in "IMPACT", a selection of recent Gallery acquisitions with a focus on video, video installation and soundscape works, along with recent sculpture, paintings and works on paper.
Nazgol Ansarinia in "Recalling The Future: post revolutionary Iranian art", an exhibition that challenges assumptions about 'Iranian'art.
"Cultural Diplomacy: An Art We Neglect" exhibition by Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck in collaboration with Media Farzin.
Shadi Habib Allah in "Empire State. New York Art Now", an exhibition explores the constantly shifting realities and mythologies of New York City.
Hale Tenger in "The Blue Route", an exhibition that follows the traces of the Silk Road through the colour blue which, for many centuries, has inspired artists, craftsmen and poets, in East and West alike.
Nazgol Ansarinia in the exhibition "The Fascination of Persia: The Persian - European Dialogue in Seventeenth-Century Art & Contemporary Art from Tehran".
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck and Media Farzin have been commissioned to produce a new work as part of the exhibition entitled "Liquid Assets In the Aftermath of the Transformation of Capital" at the Steirischer Herbst Festival of Art in Graz, Austria.
Seher Shah in "Lines of Control: Partition as a Productive Space", an exhibition that explores the creation and maintenance of borders, both physical as well as psychological, through the works of artists primarily from South Asia.
Shadi Habib Allah in "Ground Truths", an exhibition of work that uses reenactment, magic, substitution, and projection to explore the corporeal aspects of remote viewing.
Hale Tenger in "The Unanswered Question. İskele 2" exhibition.
Seher Shah in "Observed Ratios" exhibition.
We are pleased to announce that Iranian artist Nazgol Ansarinia is now represented by Green Art Gallery.
Green Art Gallery is pleased to announce that NY-based Iranian artist Kamrooz Aram has been selected as one of the five winners of Abraaj Group Art Prize 2014.
Nazgol Ansarinia in "SAFAR/VOYAGE: Contemporary Works By Arab, Iranian and Turkish Artists" exhibition.
Shadi Habib Allah in The Real Thing?, an exhibition curated by Antonia Alampi and Jason Waite, as part of Palais De Tokyo's "Nouvelles Vagues" opening this summer.
Seher Shah with Matthew Antezzo in "Soft Brutalism", a project for the Utah Biennial by Aaron Moulton.
Seher Shah will be presenting a new work for the ‘Drawing Biennial 2013’ at the Drawing Room, London.
"Constructed Landscapes", Seher Shah's first solo museum exhibition, where she explores ideas of large-scale urban relics in the landscape, such as monuments, buildings, and cenotaphs.
Seher will be part of "DECENTER: An Exhibition on the Centenary of the 1913 Armory Show" at Abron Arts Center, New York.
Seher Shah in "Exhibition Without Objects" exhibition.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck in "Order, Chaos, and the Space Between", drawn from the internationally renowned Diane and Bruce Halle Collection, the exhibition presents contemporary, cutting edge works by Latin American artists who question the nature of the creative process.
Kamrooz Aram and Julie Weitz explore concepts of modernism and Eastern culture in this group show.
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck in "Honey, I Rearranged the Collection", an exhibition that presents an idea of museum as a restless play of combination.
Hale Tenger's new work "I Know People like this III" is currently showing as part of the exhibition "Envy, Enmity, Embarrassment", curated by Emre Baykal at ARTER, Istanbul.
Shadi Habib Allah in "Frozen Lakes", an exhibition that examines the prominence that these artistic strategies have for a generation of artists born after Pictures.
Hale Tenger in "Modernity? Perspectives from France and Turkey", an exhibition that explores the effects of modernity on contemporary art.
Seher Shah in "Radical Terrain", an exhibition that considers the enduring presence of landscape in Indian painting over the course of the twentieth century.
Green Art Gallery is thrilled to announce that gallery artist Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck in collaboration with Media Farzin are the selected winners of the inaugural Moving Image Award
Hale Tenger's installation, "Balloons on the Sea", 2011, will be shown for the first time in Paris at the Espace Culturel Louis Vuitton as part of the exhibition entitled "Journeys: Wanderings in Contemporary Turkey".
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck is included in "When Attitudes Became Form Become Attitudes", curated by Jens Hoffmann, at the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art. This exhibition is a sequel to, and a reevaluation of, the legendary 1969 exhibition When Attitudes Become Form, which was curated by Harald Szeemann at Kunsthalle Bern in Switzerland.
Green Art Gallery is pleased to announce that Shadi Habib Allah has been selected as a recipient of the 2012 Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award.
Kamrooz Aram's work is included in "The elephant in the dark", a group show at the Devi Art Foundation, curated by Amirali Ghasemi.
Kamrooz Aram is participating in a group show at Vogt Gallery in New York entitled “The End”, featuring works by mostly New York-based artists ranging from sculpture over drawing and painting to video and installation.
Hale Tenger is showing in a group show at the newly established C24 Gallery in New York.
As part of the Perspectives series of contemporary Asian art at the Sackler Gallery, the single-channel video Beirut by multimedia artist Hale Tenger
Green Art Gallery now has new premises and a different, more modern approach.