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Amal Kenawy’s “Frozen Memory”

BAIT AL SERKAL, Sharjah

View of Amal Kenawy’s “Frozen Memory” at Bait Al Serkal, Sharjah, 2018.
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Ania Szremski

By the time I knew her in 2009, before her death in 2012, at only 37, Amal Kenawy seemed to gleam with elite art world prestige, the kind that one assumes would protect against forgetting. The Egyptian artist’s darkly eerie, fungible, genre-defying productions were shown in major exhibitions and biennials... continue reading
Sharjah Biennial 13: Tamawuj

SHARJAH ART FOUNDATION, Sharjah

Official Opening of Sharjah Biennial 13.
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Melissa Gronlund

Bottles of seawater sit among makeshift red flags on charred concrete breezeblocks. “It’s like a fire,” says the artist, Dineo Seshee Bopape, of her installation, +/– 1791 (monument to the haitian revolution 1791) (2017), which is scattered about the courtyard of one of Sharjah Art Foundation’s warren of spaces. Small... continue reading
Wael Shawky, Dictums 10:120, 2011–2013.
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Antonia Alampi

A Qawwali song in Urdu fills one of the narrow lanes of the new Sharjah Art Foundation spaces. It has been interpreted by a group of about thirty Pakistani musicians, sitting on the floor, while art professionals arrived en masse for the most anticipated event in the region. The music... continue reading

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