Ramin Haerizadeh, Rokni Haerizadeh, and Hesam Rahmanian, From March to April…2020, 2020. Courtesy of the artists and Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde
Join us in virtually celebrating the opening of our first-ever fully virtual exhibition, not in, of, along, or relating to a line. In this unusual Zoom gathering, tour the exhibition with co-curators Maya Allison and Heather Dewey-Hagborg, and speak to the artists about their work. We will be gathering in different “Zoom rooms” that you can explore at will. Each room will bring with it the chance of conversation, exchange, and learning. All that is required is to bring your smartphone (and perhaps and a beverage) to enjoy with everyone else.
The dress code is casual. Join from the comfort of your home.
In the exhibition, nine artists and art collectives make visible both the restrictions and the freedoms of digital culture, and explore how identities and histories are created, transformed, or invented through our relationship with technology. Learn more about the exhibition here.
Curated by Hashel Al Lamki and featuring the latest work by artist Almaha Jaralla, this exhibition recounts the recent history of the Arabian Peninsula through the observation of collective memories of indigenous people and their relocation within the region.
The Flow of Stillness is a solo exhibition that takes audiences on a journey in nature. Artist Mahmood Al Daoud finds inspiration in nature in all of his works, and ever since moving to the UAE, he has been taken by the UAE’s unique environment.
Allow Me Not to Explain is a solo exhibition that grew out of the artist’s struggle to explain what her work is about.