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24 June - 28 September 2015
Lebanon

Mona Hatoum in Paris
First major monograph exhibition at the Centre Pompidou, 24 June - 28 September 2015. Interview by Christine van Assche, curator of the exhibition.
July 2015

Mona Hatoum

 

7 June - 16 August 2015
Turkey

Nezaket Ekici
In the Performing of ‘Self’ and ‘Other’. Review of her exhibition: Everything we possess, possesses us, too. Haus am Waldsee, Berlin, 7 June - 16 August 2015
By Mark Gisbourne
July 2015

Nezaket Ekici

 

5 June - 30 September 2015
Morocco

Mohamed Larbi Rahhali: Mind Moves Matter
First solo exhibition showcasing a lifetime of thinking and work by the Tétouan-based artist. 5 June - 30 Sept. 2015, L’appartement 22, Rabat. Curator: Natasha Ginwala
June 2015

Mohamed Larbi Rahhali

 

Turkey

Extrastruggle
A movement of culture jamming and artistic intervention, a political and artistic performer, based in Istanbul. Solo show at Volta11 Basel.
June 2015

Extrastruggle

 

Iraq

Ala Younis: Plan for Greater Baghdad
The project looks at monuments, (by) architects, (for) governments, and ideals' tensional relationship to ideologies in times of shifting states. Exhibited at the 56th Venice Biennale 2015.
June 2015

Ala Younis: Plan for Greater Baghdad

 

Iraq

Walid Siti
About the work of the artist in relation to his Iraqi-Kurdish origin. With photos of his installation at the 56th Venice Biennale 2015 and earlier works.
By Lutz Becker
May 2015

Walid Siti, Venice Biennale 2015  /  © Photo: Haupt & Binder

 

Egypt

Basim Magdy: Artist of the Year 2016
Chosen as Deutsche Bank’s "Artist of the Year" 2016, Magdy will present his first institutional solo exhibition in Berlin next year.
April 2015

Basim Magdy

 

Palestine

Abdul Hay Mosallam Zarara
About the Palestinian artist whose work contributed to an early phase of the building of an explicitly Palestinian identity.
By Ulrich Look
April 2015

Abdul Hay Mosallam Zarara

 

28 March - 14 June 2015
Palestine

Mona Hatoum in Buenos Aires
28 March - 14 June 2015, Fundación Proa. Her first exhibition in Argentina. 30 works in unexpected juxtapositions that create new meanings. Curator: Chiara Bertola
March 2015

Mona Hatoum

 

6 February - 7 March 2014
Tunisia

Dalel Tangour: Traversées
Along the horizons of hope. The photographic work of the Tunisian artist exhibited at B'chira Art Center, 6 February - 7 March 2015.
By Marko Stamenkovic
February 2015

Dalel Tangour

 

30 November 2014 - 1 January 2015
Egypt

Rana ElNemr: Synonyms of Seeing
While revealing the many possibilities of seeing the city (Cairo), she raises profound questions about the very practice of photography itself.
By Ismail Fayed
February 2015

Rana ElNemr

 

21 January - 22 March 2015
Turkey

Who the f*ck is Halil Altındere?
Provocatively Altındere uses symbolism and language of the system that he criticizes, be it that of his home country or the global art circuit. Until 22 March 2015, Kunstpalais Erlangen, Germany.
February 2015

Halil Altindere

 

30 January - 12 April 2015
Egypt

Hassan Khan in Frankfurt
Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said. First institutional solo exhibition in Germany, 30 January - 12 April 2015, Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt am Main.
February 2015

Hassan Khan

 

Indonesia

FX Harsono 1st Winner
Indonesian artist FX Harsono was named the winner of the inaugural Joseph Balestier Award for the Freedom of Art.
January 2015

FX Harsono

 

Iran

Barbad Golshiri's Boneyard
Golshiri explains his focus on obsequies and grave markers. He reflects upon politics of hallowed grounds with examples of his grave markers, both in cemeteries and white cubes.
January 2015

Barbad Golshiri

 

   

 

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