Selma Feriani Gallery is delighted to announce its first participation to Art Basel Miami Beach. We will be unveiling a new project by Saudi artist Maha Malluh .
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Louvre Abu Dhabi I Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Described as a ‘new world museum of the 21st century’, Louvre Abu Dhabi aims to redefine the traditional museum experience by deconstructing traditional perspectives of art history, and building a narrative that finds commonality across cultures — instead of the accepted format of museology, in which […]
Selma Feriani Gallery would like to congratulate Maha Malluh for her inclusion at the forthcoming International Art Exhibition of the 57th Venice Biennale curated by Christine Macel. VIVA ARTE VIVA is an exclamation, a passionate outcry for art and the state of the artist. VIVA ARTE VIVA is a Biennale designed with artists, by artists […]
We are elated to announce that few of our artists were added to major collections. The recent acquisitions are as follows: the artwork entitled Array (2016. Mixed media on notebooks and perspex) by Lina Ben Rejeb from Tunisia was acquired by the Boghossian Foundation; Food for Thought All-Muallaqat 2 (2014. Eleven burnt pots installation) by Maha […]
Translated Maha Malluh Preview Opening | 06.03.2015 Opening speech by Venetia Porter (British Museum curator) Exhibition Dates | 07.03 to 04.04.15 Galerie Krinzinger Vienna, Austria This is the first solo exhibition of Saudi Arabian artist Maha Malluh at the Krinzinger Gallery. In this exhibition the artist presents new body of work that plays with the […]
Maha Malluh: Hajj, le Pelerinage a la Mecque, Curated by Fahad Abdulkareem, Library of King Abdulaziz, and Omar Saghi, Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris
Hajj or pilgrimage to Mecca is one of the five pillars of Islam. Hajj must be done on a specific date in the month of Dhu al-Hijjah of the lunar calendar of Islam, but the Umra (minor pilgrimage) can be accomplished throughout the year. Since the introduction of Islam, the Hajj is an occasion for […]
FotoFest announces the selection of forty-nine leading contemporary Arab artists for its principal exhibitions in the 2014 Biennial, View from inside. These presentations of contemporary photo and media-related art from the Middle East and North Africa will be the largest program of its kind in the United States in more than a decade. The exhibition […]