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  • Art Lovers ME 11:03 PM on December 10, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 10th sharjah biennial, 119 artists and participants at 10th sharjah Biennial, Afghanistan, Alexander Ugay, , Andrés Denegri, Ante Zaninović and Želimir Žilnik) Raed Yassin Caveh Zahedi Elias Zayat Artur Żmijewski, Antonio José Guzman, Armenia, Art Biennial sharjah, , , arteEast creative director, , artists middle east, , Bangladesh, Belgium, Bill Meyers and Thomas Werner) Ashkan Sepahvand Slavs and Tatars Rania Stephan Rayyane Tabet Jorge Tacla Jalal Toufic Murtaza Vali Apichatpong Weerasethakul What, Bjørn Melhus, Brazil, Canada, Cesar Meneghetti and Enrique Ramirez) Harun Farocki Simone Fattal Mariam Ghani Ahmed Ghossein Sean Gullette Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige Ramin Haerizadeh Rokni Haerizadeh Gilbert Hage Angela H, Chile, choreographers, Claudia Joskowicz, Croatia, curator Suzanne Cotter Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, Czech Republic, Dimi Mint Abba Jumana Emil Abboud Youssef Abdelké Ebtisam Abdulaziz Adel Abidin The African Film Festival (Mahen Bonetti) Atfal Ahdath Karim Ainouz Hala Al-Ani Abdullah Al Saadi Ziad Antar Doug Ashfo, Edgar Endress, , England, , filmmakers, Finland, France, Gabriela Golder, Germany, Guggenheim, Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, Haig Aivazian curator, Haiti, Harrell Fletcher, Historic Heritage Area Sharjah, How and from Whom/ WHW (film program with Zbynek Baladran, India, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Jane and Louise Wilson Bahar Behbahani Mustapha Benfodil Omar Berrada and Érik Bullot Alexis Bhagat and Lize Mogel Alan Bishop and Sam Shalabi Anna Boghiguian Ammar Bouras Dan Brault Cabinet Sophie C, Kazakhstan, , Libya, march 2011 until may 2011, Mauritania, Milica Tomić, Morocco, musicians, Pakistan, , Poland, publishers, Rasha Salti ArteEast, Regina José Galindo, Roberto Bellini, saudi arabia, Scotland, , sharjah artists, , Sharjah Biennial 2011, sharjah biennial anniversary, Sharjah Biennial participants from 36 countries, Standish Lawder and Erkka Nissinen) Walid Raad Khalil Rabah Omar Rajeh Walid Sadek Hrair Sarkissian Matt Saunders Samir Sayegh Marcel Schwierin (film program with Jürgen Böttcher, Suzanne Cotter curator, Switzerland, Syria, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, United States, writers, Zanny Begg   

    #ArtME 10th Anniversary of Sharjah Biennial ‘Plot for a Biennial’ with 119 Artist and Participants in March 2011 #SB10 #Guggenheim C…. 

    Under the title ‘Plot for a Biennial’ and curated by Suzanne Cotter, Curator, Guggenheim Abu Dhabi Project and Rasha Salti, Creative Director, ArteEast with Associate Curator Haig Aivazian  the 10th Sharjah Biennial will be up from March 16, 2011 until May 16, 2011

     

    The Biennial will present new and specially commissioned works by contemporary artists, filmmakers, writers and performers from across the region and internationally.

    Developing on the geographic reach and the focus on new production of previous Biennials, Plot for a Biennial merges what have traditionally been parallel formats of exhibition, film and performance into a multivalent sequence of encounters that extend from the Sharjah Art Museum to Sharjah’s historic Heritage Area and sites around the city.

     

    Artists & Participants

    119 Artists and Participants to be included in Sharjah Biennial 10

    Photo by Yazan Khalili

    The 2011 Sharjah Biennial will feature work by 119 artists, filmmakers, choreographers, writers, publishers and musicians, working individually and collaboratively.

    Participants live and work in or were born in 36 countries: Afghanistan, Algeria, Armenia, Bangladesh, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Croatia, Czech Republic, Egypt, England, Finland, France, Germany, Haiti, India, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Pakistan, Palestine, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, Switzerland, Syria, Thailand, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States.

    Below is a list of currently confirmed artists and participants.  A final list will be released in January 2011.

    Dimi Mint Abba
    Jumana Emil Abboud
    Youssef Abdelké
    Ebtisam Abdulaziz
    Adel Abidin
    The African Film Festival (Mahen Bonetti)
    Atfal Ahdath
    Karim Ainouz
    Hala Al-Ani
    Abdullah Al Saadi
    Ziad Antar
    Doug Ashford
    Mouna Atassi
    Vartan Avakian
    Hicham Ayouch
    Yto Barrada
    Judith Barry
    Shumon Basar, Jane and Louise Wilson
    Bahar Behbahani
    Mustapha Benfodil
    Omar Berrada and Érik Bullot
    Alexis Bhagat and Lize Mogel
    Alan Bishop and Sam Shalabi
    Anna Boghiguian
    Ammar Bouras
    Dan Brault
    Cabinet
    Sophie Calle
    CAMP (Shaina Anand and Ashok Sukumaran)
    Guillaume Cassar
    Marie-Hélène Cauvin
    Jem Cohen (with Luc Sante)
    Ziad Dalloul
    Raffie Davtian
    Decolonizing Architecture Art Residency
    Trisha Donnelly
    Başak Ertür
    Ali Essafi
    Solange Farkas (film program with Jonathas de Andrade, Roberto Bellini, Andrés Denegri, Edgar Endress, Regina José Galindo, Gabriela Golder, Claudia Joskowicz, Cesar Meneghetti and Enrique Ramirez)
    Harun Farocki
    Simone Fattal
    Mariam Ghani
    Ahmed Ghossein
    Sean Gullette
    Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige
    Ramin Haerizadeh
    Rokni Haerizadeh
    Gilbert Hage
    Angela Harutyunyan and Aras Özgun
    Khalid Hourani
    Richard Ibghy and Marilou Lemmens
    Hatem Imam
    Alfredo Jaar
    Emily Jacir
    Amar Kanwar
    Aisha Khalid
    Bouchra Khalili
    Bahman Kiarostami
    Mark Lombardi
    Lynn Love and Ann Sappenfield
    Maha Maamoun and Haytham El-Wardany
    Josephine Meckseper
    Shohreh Mehran
    Julia Meltzer and David Thorne
    Almagul Menlibayeva
    Ma’alem Abdelkbir Merchane and Pharoah Sanders
    Naeem Mohaiemen
    Tom Molloy
    Houman Mortazavi
    Fateh Moudarres
    Jean-Luc Moulène
    Rosalind Nashashibi
    Melik Ohanian
    Noma Omran
    Imran Qureshi
    Steve Reinke (film program with Barry Doupé, Harrell Fletcher, Antonio José Guzman, Standish Lawder and Erkka Nissinen)
    Walid Raad
    Khalil Rabah
    Omar Rajeh
    Walid Sadek
    Hrair Sarkissian
    Matt Saunders
    Samir Sayegh
    Marcel Schwierin (film program with Jürgen Böttcher, Bjørn Melhus, Bill Meyers and Thomas Werner)
    Ashkan Sepahvand
    Slavs and Tatars
    Rania Stephan
    Rayyane Tabet
    Jorge Tacla
    Jalal Toufic
    Murtaza Vali
    Apichatpong Weerasethakul
    What, How and from Whom/ WHW (film program with Zbynek Baladran, Zanny Begg, Milica Tomić, Alexander Ugay, Ante Zaninović and Želimir Žilnik)
    Raed Yassin
    Caveh Zahedi
    Elias Zayat
    Artur Żmijewski

     

     

     

     
  • Art Lovers ME 10:19 AM on November 2, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , artists from iraq, , arts, arts uae, bahrain, , , , , , , , , , Maraya, Maraya Art Center sharjah, , mohammed kazem, , , , Qasba, , Qasba uae, saudi arabia, , sharjah art events, , , united Arab emirates art, video encounter   

    Don’t miss it tonight! @AlQasba @MarayaArtCentre (3rd Floor) CAVE #Sharjah. Inauguration 7pm 

    The Maraya Art Centre located at Al Qasba in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates is hosting “CAVE – Sharjah 2010″ an assortment of personal statements reiterated by 9 artists from the Arab World.

    The exhibition showcases sounding records on visual movements presented through short video expressions.

    #ArtME met Curator Aida Eltorie yesterday at Al Qasba. She welcomes all visitors to the inauguration tonight 2nd Nov 2010 starting at 7pm (open to public).

    The exhibition will continue until December 11th, 2010

    Timings:

    10 am – 10 pm Weekdays

    4pm – 10 pm Fridays

    Maraya Art Centre, Al Qasba Block E, 3 rd Floor

    Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

    Phone: +971 6 5560777

    http://www.alqasba.ae

     
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