Posts Tagged "Ziad Antar"

Ziad Antar at Bruges Triennial | Unfinished Cities

20 May 2015 - 28 October 2015

Protected Bruges appears frozen in time. This exhibition focuses on the opposite: cities in a state of perpetual motion. And mainly in the Middle and Far East where cities constantly change as a result of urban development or speculation, as a result of destruction during conflicts and reconstruction once they cease. Thus they permanently balance […]

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Ziad Antar: Popist & Music / Sound at the Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris

03 June 2015 - 04 January 2016

The Fondation Louis Vuitton presents a new exhibition of its collection centered on its Popist and Music /Sound lines for which Ziad Antar has his video work La Marche Turque on display. The first axis, Popist, centres on works that testify the ongoing interest of artists for objects and images that since the advent of […]

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Derivable Sculptures by Ziad Antar, London, UK

11 July 2015 - 15 November 2015

In 2012, Ziad Antar went on a photographic journey capturing landmarks of Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, including the monumental sculptures on the corniche of the Red Sea City. The former mayor of Jeddah, Dr. Mohammed Said Farsi initiated the public sculpture park by adding commissioned large-scale sculptures by the likes of Joan Miró, Henry Moore, […]

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Ziad Antar at the Bruges Triennial : Unfinished Cities

20 May 2015 - 28 October 2015

Protected Bruges appears frozen in time. This exhibition focuses on the opposite: cities in a state of perpetual motion. And mainly in the Middle and Far East where cities constantly change as a result of urban development or speculation, as a result of destruction during conflicts and reconstruction once they cease. Thus they permanently balance […]

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Ziad Antar I Derivable sculpture series

11 July 2015 - 15 November 2015

Riverside Walk Gardens 60 Millbank, London SW1P 4R Selma Feriani Gallery & Almine Rech Gallery In collaboration with Shubbak & Westminster Council On-site Tour & Artist Talk | 11.07.15 | 14hrs Free admission Exhibition Dates | 11.07 to 15.11.15 Learn about the show Learn about the artist Ziad Antar was born in 1978 in Saida, […]

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Ziad Antar: Fluid Form II: Arab Contemporary Art in Seoul, NEMO (Samsung Blue Square) & Busan Museum of Art, Seoul & Busan, South Korea

21 May 2014 - 04 July 2014

Fluid Form II is an ongoing exhibition which commenced in 2010 and is supported by the Korean-Arab Society. The experience and reality of artists from Arab countries and the diaspora is as diverse as it is complex. The issues that the artists confront are not only how to define their work in the context of […]

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Nicene Kossentini | Pascal Hachem | Ziad Antar: Songs of Loss and Songs of Love, Gwangju Museum of Art, South Korea

16 May 2014 - 13 July 2014

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 […]

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Ziad Antar: Au Hasard de la Pellicule, Musée Nicéphore Niépce, Chalon-sur-Saône

15 February 2014 - 18 May 2014

The photograph is a matter of intent. It is believed that the photographer has control from shooting to printing. But what happens when the original film is obsolete? In 2000, Ziad Antar began using black and white film. He unearthed rolls of film that had expired in 1976 in the legendary Scheherazade studio of photographer […]

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Ziad Antar: Video screening and conversation between Ziad Antar and Lamia Joreige

16 August 2013

In the context of the solo exhibition Jean-Luc Moulène – Works, a conversation between Ziad Antar and Lamia Joreige is taking place in the auditorium. The starting point of the discussion isSoleil noir, a videowork produced by Jean-Luc Moulène and edited by Ziad Antar. The conversation then evolves to screening some of his videos and […]

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