Exhibition by Himat Mohammed Ali
Himat was born in Kirkuk in 1960.
settling permanently and work in Paris since 1991.
1982 - Gallery of Contemporary Art, Kirkuk, Iraq
1983 - Al Rashid Gallery, Baghdad, Iraq
1986 - Al Rashid Gallery, Baghdad, Iraq
1988 - Tsubaki Gallery, Chiba, Japan
I floated on a leaf
Down a concrete river
And seeing the wall, I spoke
A word to shatter it.
I asked for forgiveness
How to Return Home
By: Sara Aslagson-Sahar
Grab your bag and meet your friend outside the airport. Jump in their car
And remind yourself that you are done crying.
Regale them with tales and be a surprise to your family.
Cradle your mother in a hug and remember that your personal puzzle piece came from this spot
Announcement of Final Results 2016
Rafa Nasiri Annual Award for Printmaking
Amman, January 31st 2017
Rafa Nasiri Award for Printmaking is honoured to announce the final results of the 3rd Annual Graphic Arts Competition 2016.
The respected members of the jury are
By Sara Aslagson-Sahar
We were sunshine in a raining land
Three birthday dances instead of one
We were adventures and long drives to new sights
Bowling predilection and Doctor Who introductions
We Lived Happily During the War
by Ilya Kaminsky
And when they bombed other people’s houses, we
protestedbut not enough, we opposed them but notenough. I wasin my bed, around my bed America
was falling: invisible house by invisible house by invisible house.I took a chair outside and watched the sun
by Kusay A. Askar
I think I am just a dead person since the day I bought that place .
I should be there most of the time, standing for minutes, dreaming and listening for the roar of cars.
I hate silence. The place is lying on the right side of Norre Bro Street not so far from the centre of Copenhagen,
on the left side there are many oriental restaurants and the other various kiosks.
Mahmoud Obaidi : FRAGMENTS
Qatar Museum Gallery, Katara
18 October 2016 to 30 January 2017
QM proudly present Fragments, a solo exhibition by contemporary Iraqi-Canadian artist Mahmoud Obaidi. In this
exhibition the artist retraces the ‘organised chaos’ that led to the destruction of Iraq
2.6 million hearts
Wars do not have holidays
(employers claim they are self-employed)
Their job has to be fulfilled,
At any cost,
At all times,
Not to leave behind,
Iraqi Artist Dia Al-Azzawi To Launch Retrospective In Doha
A major retrospective of the work of Dia Al-Azzawi is to take place simultaneously at Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art and QM Gallery Al Riwaq in Doha, opening over two days on 16 and 17 October 2016 and running until 16 April 2017. Dia Al-Azzawi is an internationally recognised and prominent figures of modern and contemporary art in the Arab world.The exhibitions will showcase 400 works spanning two museum spaces totalling 9,000 square metres, this will almost certainly be the largest ever solo exhibition by any Arab artist. Azzawi has lived in London since 1976.
By : Sofija Živković
You can not say
What you hear
It is just as you go in the street
We stop around the corner
29th November- Cetinjska street and
There’s no signboard
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