Reza Aramesh, Action 65 – Egyptian prisoners captured by Israeli troops during the Six Day War in the Middle East, 09 Jun 1967, 2009 and Action 140: 12:30 pm Tuesday 20 December 2011, West Bank city of Nablus, 2014 The work of Reza Aramesh, on the face of it, may seem to utilize relatively traditional forms… Continue reading Reza Aramesh, Restaging the (Objective) Violence of Images
Raf Simons, Fall 2017 Menswear Whether it’s the Statue of Liberty beckoning over the curve in the horizon as your steamer approaches from the east, or a frantic cluster of handwritten “Have you been detained?” posters waiting outside immigration as the automatic doors of JFK whoosh blessedly closed behind you, every outsider’s first arrival… Continue reading Raf Simons, Fall 2017 Menswear, No Fear in New New York.
Martine Syms, Fact and Trouble, Lessons I-XXX, 2014, Motivational Text Message and Installation View of Fact and Trouble, 2016 Fact & Trouble is an exhibition by American artist Martine Syms that examines the space between lived experience and its representation. Syms’s video series Lessons (ongoing), on view at the ICA, is a long, incomplete poem in… Continue reading Martine Syms, Fact and Trouble, ICA London, Exhibition
Mani Yassir Benchelah, This is Exile: Diaries of Child Refugees, Film stills, 2015 Over the course of a year, Emmy-award-winning director Mani Yassir Benchelah made this intimate portrait of Syrian refugee children forced to flee from the violence of civil war to neighboring Lebanon. The documentary allows the children to tell their stories in their… Continue reading This is Exile: Diaries of Child Refugees, 2015
Sarah Abu Abdallah, The Salad Zone, 2013, Saudi Automobil, 2012 and Video Still from The Salad Zone, 2013 Sarah Abu Abdallah works primarily with video and film as a medium. She grew up in Qatif, Saudi Arabia has an MFA in Digital Media at the Rhode Island School of Design. Recent participations include include Prospectif Cinema Filter Bubble… Continue reading Sarah Abu Abdallah: You Will Never Have Full Custody of Your Life
Patrizio Di Massimo, Col Sole in Fronte (With The Sun In Front Of Me), 2010 Col Sole in Fronte (With The Sun In Front Of Me) begins on the ground floor of the gallery with the video Duets for Cannibals. This work was commisioned by Milan City Council and Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation in order to… Continue reading Patrizio Di Massimo: Col Sole in Fronte (With The Sun In Front Of Me)
Radenko Milak, What Else Did You See? I Couldn’t See Everything! (No. 5), 2010–2012 and Installation view of the Exhibition Image Counter Image, 10 June – 16 September, 2012 Hause der Kunst,Prinzregentenstraße 1, Munich The exhibition Image Counter Image at Hause der Kunst, presents artistic positions that focus on the critical analysis of violent conflicts in… Continue reading Exhibition: Image Counter Image