The Explanation Provided was that: There was no Explanation.
March 29—May 2, April 19—25, Facing a perpetual representational dilemma as a platform for arts and culture from the Middle East, Bidoun is now quite happy to re-delegate the curatorial mandate to others in the field.
In collaboration with Counter Gallery, Bidoun is organizing a five week exhibition, in which three teams of practitioners have been invited to host three distinct installments.
Each group has been offered carte blanche in terms of content, and are also free to behave as artists or curators in absentia. It is up to them to de-regionalize, re-regionalize, or seize the opportunity for discussion or self-promotion.
The interest thus lies in the tensions between various delegates, and not in a hypothetical bridge between the Middle East as a referent, and a gallery as its showcase. The second installment will be under the auspices of Beirut-based Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige.
The two are known for their video and photo installations, films and publications addressing the question of how to represent a city after a devastating event such as a civil war. For the London show at Counter, they propose to exhibit their installation Circle of Confusion, which consists of an aerial picture of Beirut cut into pieces and stuck onto a mirror.
The piece is shown alongside an extract from a video by artist Akram Zaatari, This Day, which, among other things, peruses persistent Orientalist patterns through the history of desert photography.
Faouzi Rouissi will host the final installment. A writer born in Algiers and barely known in the West, Rouissi has been writing for Bidoun since Issue 6, and is widely appreciated in select circles for his outspoken style and undaunted prose.
Living in exile in Paris sinceRouissi travels widely, publishing everything from travel guidebooks to critical anthologies of pop art, all in his native Kabyli. The story of a pyromaniac photographer,courtesy of the artists Oxford Modern Art Oxford May 13—July 16, Over the course of and intothe UK is ostensibly celebrating a Festival of Muslim Cultures via a packed calendar of literary, academic, film, art and museum events muslimcultures.
We look forward to attending a Festival of Christian Cultures in Baghdad some day soon.
Incidentally, up now are several shows that may be geographic in nature but nonetheless attempt a more specific and significant curatorial inquiry. Combined with a program of performances and film screenings at other venues around Oxford, and the publication of an accompanying book, the exhibition is perhaps the most high profile outing for Beirutis in the UK to date.
London Word into Art: Aware of the logistics of mounting a large-scale exhibition in Palestine, and keen to explore the role of the artist-as-traveler, curators Charles Asprey and Kay Pallister have asked these hotshots to contribute artworks for others to construct in situ, on their behalf.
Each artwork is sent to Palestine as a set of intricate instructions by email or fax; local curator Samira Hassassian is currently recruiting artists in Palestine to aid in realizing the concepts of Hirst et al.
The curators also have a strategic aim: The Rif Cinema was one of a handful of active cinemas in Tangier, mainly devoted to B-grade Bollywood flicks.
In its new incarnation, courtesy of photographer Yto Barrada, the s building will house a cinema showing noncommercial world cinema, documentaries, shorts and Moroccan films; editing suites; an archive of 35mm and amateur film and video recent additions include twenty 16mm Scopitone films from the s that play on jukeboxes featuring rear projection screens ; a library; and cafe.
Riza Abbasi, Khusraw Slaying a Lion, c. They should give a clean, contemporary edge to the year-old museum, which began life as a home for objects bought by the government from the Great Exhibition of "The focus is upon the role of the territorial imaginary in the construction of space, and how the metaphor of ‘net’ allows for the conflations of city/community, and virtual city/ virtual community.
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