Posts Tagged "Massinissa Selmani"

No Looking Back, Okay | Massinissa Selmani

25 December 2018

© Copyright 2018 UGM The exhibition No Looking Back, Okay? stems from the belief that we do not perceive the past as a concluded story, be it in the form of either a colourful history, lived memories, cultural heritage, or political symbols, but as a field of possible new experiences, which requires from us a contribution […]

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Massinissa Selma @ UGM | Group Exhibition

19 November 2018

© Copyright 2018 UGM The exhibition No Looking Back, Okay? is an attempt to decipher if and how confrontations with manifold layers of memory – be it autobiographical, historical, collective, etc. – can alter our perception of present realities and offer a fresh start. Is memory – once exposed to processes of appropriation, re-enactment, analysis […]

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Inhabiting The Mediterranean | Massinissa Selmani & Ismaïl Bahri @ IVAM

14 November 2018

© Copyright 2018 IVAM Beyond the idyllic view of the Mediterranean Sea portrayed in the early 20th century by northern painters who were fascinated by its light, the Mediterranean has encompassed a superimposition, mingling and confrontation of languages, cultures and religions since the beginning of history. It is also an urban context, consisting of historic […]

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Group Exhibition “GOLD” I Massinissa Selmani

08 November 2018

© 2018 YKG / Yutaka Kikutake Gallery Yutaka Kikutake Gallery is pleased to present group exhibition “GOLD” featuring three artists Ian Grose, Maia Cruz Palileo and Massinissa Selmani. The shiny gleam of gold from the bottom of a riverbed first caught our eye some 6,000 years ago. The precious metal has fascinated people ever since, […]

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Nidhal Chamekh & Massinissa Selmani at Modern Art Oxford

14 July 2018

  A Slice through the World: Contemporary Artists’ Drawings Nidhal Chamekh & Massinissa Selmani Exhibition Ends | 09.09.18 Modern Art Oxford | Oxford, U.K. The exhibition at Modern Art Oxford brings together a dynamic selection of recent works by 14 international artists who are committed to the materiality of paper and pencil, showcasing a remarkable attention to detail and […]

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Massinissa Selmani Expose Sa Discorde Au Palais De Tokyo (FR)

18 April 2018

  © Copyright 2018 ONORIENT. Amira Louadah    Dans le cadre de la saison Discorde, Fille de la nuit au Palais de Tokyo, se tenant jusqu’au 13 mai 2018 à Paris, Massinissa Selmani, artiste algérien révélé lors de la Biennale de Venise 2015, nous plonge dans une auto-fiction documentée, intitulée Ce qui coule n’a pas de […]

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Massinissa Selmani at Palais de Tokyo

15 February 2018

Ce Qui Coule n’a Pas de Fin Massinissa Selmani Winner Sam Prize Contemporary Art 2016 Palais de Tokyo I Paris, France Massinissa Selmani’s exhibition pursues an experimental project based on drawing, mingling a documentary approach with fictional constructions, while taking as its point of departure contemporary political and social issues from press cuttings. Through confrontation, juxtaposition […]

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NIDHAL CHAMEKH AND MASSINISSA SELMANI AT THE BIENNALE D’ARCHITECTURE D’ORLEANS

11 October 2017

Selma Feriani Gallery would like to congratulate both Nidhal Chamekh and Massinissa Selmani for their inclusion at the forthcoming Biennale d’architecture d’Orléans curated by Abdelkader Damani and Luca Galofaro. The Biennale d’Architecture d’Orléans, heir to the ArchiLab, is an intersecting vision from over forty contemporary architects working on building a shared world, a world of proximities. The […]

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Massinissa Selmani, un coup de crayon subversif et déroutant (FR)

13 September 2017

© Copyright 2017 Télérama. Alexia Guggémos Révélé lors de la Biennale de Venise en 2015, l’artiste algérien redessine l’actualité pour en sublimer l’absurde avec un sens inédit des atmosphères. Présentation du phénomène, à l’occasion de son exposition parisienne.  Armé de ses mines de couleurs, Massinissa Selmani a émergé sur la scène internationale en 2015, à la […]

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