Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Farid Jafari; Video installation in Azad Art Gallery

November 4-9,2005,4-8pm
Video Installation by Farid Jafari
Poster by Amirali Ghasemi
Add: No 41. Salmas Sq. Golha Sq. Tehranzad Art gallery
Tel: 88008676

EEM exhibition in Arya Art Gallery

EEM group exhibition
Bahador Shojapour
Hootan Karoube
Rana Shojapour

Opening Sat Oct 22th.
Visiting hours : 22-29 Oct 2005,4-8 pm
Arya Art Gallery, No 2:
No 11,Zarrin alley, Valiasr st,(North of Shahid Beheshti Ave.)Tehran

Monday, October 24, 2005

Imagine Art After Curated by Breda Beban

Imagine art after

Curated by Breda Beban
Produced by Index Arts

Expanding on the notion that we are all works in progress, imagine art after is a project uniting artists who originate from the same country but who are now geographically and politically separated.
The project brings together seven artists who left home and now live in London, and seven who remained in the country of their birth: the artist who left, and the artist who stayed. The aim of the project is to open lines of communication where they would otherwise not exist, enabling artists to exchange ideas and work, and also to discuss their experiences in a online forum.

The artists taking part come from countries whose people, according to the Home Office, make an unusually high number of applications for asylum in the UK, among them Afghanistan, Iraq and Nigeria.
As well as their work being exhibited online, each artist will take part in a dialogue with their partner - hosted on the Guardian talkboards - in order to exchange text, images and ideas. The dialogues will begin on October 31, and continue for six weeks until December 11.

By communicating about their experience in two very different societies, it's hoped that the artists' conversations with each other will lend insight into how life and art interrelate, and how identity is shaped by notions of belonging.

Ideas and projects instigated during will be commissioned and produced during 2006. This will be followed by an exhibition in London in 2007.

From Guardian online website...