© Copyright 2017 ArtAsiaPacific. Ned Carter Miles The surface of a thing, by definition, is always the part of it that we see. It is the outermost layer that defines our idea of an object in both sight and memory; when we record or represent things remembered, we also often do so on a surface—paper, a […]
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© Copyright 2017 contemporary art society. Ali MacGilp There are two solo exhibitions in London that you may have overlooked during the Frieze frenzy that are closing soon, Fatma Bucak at Pi Artworks and Pascal Hachem at The Mosaic Rooms. I would urge you to see both. Both artists reflect poetically on the current political […]
© Copyright 2017 Creative Boom. Katy Cowan In this new body of work, Lebanese artist and designer Pascal Hachem explores his experiences of his home city of Beirut by transforming everyday domestic objects into unexpected works of art. He poses the question, when faced with life in a city of both daily instability and overwhelming fragmentation […]
© Copyright 2017 ArtReview. Martin Herbert Pascal Hachem, The Mosaic Rooms, London, through 2 December Pascal Hachem’s show at The Mosaic Rooms, the nonprofit showcase (in London’s Kensington) for art from the Arab world, comes wrapped in what might seem at first blush like a glib, paradoxical, even non-title, The show has a long title […]
Selma Feriani Gallery is proud to announce that The Mosaic Rooms will host Pascal Hachem’s first major solo exhibition in the UK. The show will open the 14th of September 2017.
We want to congratulate Pascal Hachem for his residency at Soulangh Artist Village in Tainan City, Taiwan in view to stage an exhibition
Pascal Hachem: Non-Narrative Practices, Curated by Amanda Abi Khalil, Art-Basel Talks, Basel, Switzerland
The morning Conversations series offers a platform for discussions that allows audiences access to an insider’s point of view. Dynamic dialogs take place between prominent members of the international artworld, each offering their unique perspective on producing, collecting, and exhibiting art. A conversation between three artists, art historian Grégory Buchakjian and curator Amanda Abi Khalil.
Nicene Kossentini | Pascal Hachem | Ziad Antar: Songs of Loss and Songs of Love, Gwangju Museum of Art, South Korea
The Gwangju Museum of Art was established in 1992 and has been under the management of the Gwangju Biennale Committee ever since the opening of the Biennale Hall in 1995. Songs of Loss and Songs of Love will provide a unique and deep survey of Arab Contemporary art by carefully selecting meaningful artwork by leading […]
Dak’Art is the major contemporary art event in Africa and will take place in Dakar, Senegal gathering many selected artists and visual art professionals from Africa and the rest of the globe. The main categories to be found are Art Professions, International Exhibition of Sixty One African and Diaspora artists, Guest Artists, Sculpture Exhibition, Tributes, […]