How are young, homegrown talents making a name for themselves and who are they? Nadine Khalil examines the growing art scene for the younger generation of local artists.
In her first solo exhibition at the gallery, New York-based Iranian artist Maryam Hoseini presents paintings on geometrically shaped, vertically oriented panels that draw the viewer into these abstract containers.
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.
A recording of the conversation between artists Seher Shah and Hera Büyüktaşcıyan, reflecting on the ways in which the surface of paper excavates and links fragments of time through form and image, discussing surface tension and its resonance through the language created within each of their drawing practice.
In a conversation with Hera Büyüktaşcıyan, Huo Rf talks about the artist's practice, the relationship of time and space/place and how the concept of freezing time and fossilization relates to her works.
In her own words, Hera Büyüktaşcıyan takes us through the journey of the research and making of Reveries of an Underground Forest by unearthing different historical narratives and timelines.
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 in DEMO, a group exhibition that explore the lines between demolition, transformation, and extinction.
Ana Mazzei walks us through the different elements of her solo exhibition Drama O' Rama, that took place at SESC Pompeia, São Paulo, Brazil last 16 October 2019 - 2 February 2020.
Hale Tenger is part of the group exhibition At the End of the Day at Odunpazarı Modern Museum, Turkey.