A Travelling Exhibition Across Canada Behind the Lines | Contemporary Syrian Art is travelling across Canada since 2016 until today with a new stop at Dawson Creek Art Gallery, 101, 816 Alaska Avenue Dawson Creek, BC V1G 4T6 Canada, January 28 – March 8, 2019. Behind the Lines displays the work of 20 contemporary Syrian […]Read more "Behind the Lines | Contemporary Syrian Art"
Between a lost identity and the belonging to a foreign culture As part of the Days of Exile, the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg (MKG) showed from 16 November 2018 until 13 January 2019 works by Syrian Artist Khaled Barakeh. In his work, the artist deals with long-term conflicts and their possible pacification, the […]Read more "Khaled Barakeh . The Blue Hour"
Cyffwrdd Syria ~ Touching Syria is a collaborative project connecting the arts of Wales and Syria. Cyffwrdd Syria ~ Touching Syria exhibits SYRIA.ART’s first UK collection of contemporary art created from within Syria and from the Syrian diaspora, alongside Welsh contemporary artists at Storiel, Bangor from 12th January 2019 for 6 weeks. 1st venue: Storiel Museum and Art Gallery, Ffordd Gwynedd Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 1DT, North […]Read more "Cyffwrdd Syria ~ Touching Syria ~ An Exhibition"
Cultural Councilor Kaup-Hasler opened the group exhibition of seven Syrian artists in the “Kleine Galerie” in Wien, Austria, on October 24, 2018. Modern Art from Syria – “Painting is a Homeland”: Under this title, the “Kleine Galerie” in Wien, Austria, showed works by seven artists in exile. They use a foreign, but then again familiar […]Read more "Modern Art from Syria: “Painting is a Homeland”"
Khaled Al Saai has been working on a commissioned work for an exhibition from 21.09.2018 to 11.10.2018 in the Mschatta Hall of the Museum of Islamic Art, Pergamon Museum in Berlin. From February 2019 onwards Khaled Al Saai’s painting “Syria – The Garden of History” will be exhibited in a major exhibition entitled “Cultural Landscape […]Read more "Syria – The Garden of History: Calligrapher Khaled Al Saai"
War Correspondence Bucharest Art Week 2017 was this year one of the few major international events from Romania. The “War Correspondence” exhibition was organised by APAC(Romania) in partnership with SYRIA.ART in the framework of the BucharestArtWeek2017, and was co-curated by Humam Alsalim and Nona Șerbănescu. Venue: Palatul Stirbei, Calea Victoriei, 107, 010069 Bucharest, Romania Dates: […]Read more "Bucharest Art Week 2017 – Artists Fight Against the Syrian War"
The psychological toll of Syria’s war in one breathtaking minute: http://www.torontourbanfilmfestival.com/films/fade-black Filmmaker Amer Albarzawi was living in Raqqa, Syria, two years ago as it became the stronghold of the Islamic State. “They changed our culture. They changed everything,” he said. The group, which he calls by the pejorative term “Daesh”, quickly instituted a series of rules […]Read more "Fade to Black"
Frank Auerbach: ‘Painting is the most marvellous activity humans have invented’ When Frank Auerbach looks back over his nearly 70-year career as an artist he declares himself “lucky” that it was a process that moved slowly. “You’re at school and you like some reproductions in books: Van Gogh, Gauguin. Then you do a bit of painting and […]Read more "Painting is the most marvellous activity…"
Creative Havens: Syrian Artists And Their Studios Creative Havens: Syrian Artists And Their Studios is a project granting us rare access to the studios of the greatest contemporary Syrian artists – or artists of Syrian descent – living and working both in and outside Syria today. It provides a compelling behind-the-scenes glimpse into their artistic processes: […]Read more "Syrian Creative Havens"
Shurooq Amin, Sadik Kwaish Alfraji, and Khaled Hafez at 56th Venice Biennale Eye of the Thunderstorm: Effervescent Practices from the Arab World 9 May – 22 November 2015 Shurooq Amin, Sadik Alfraji, and Khaled Hafez will be part of In the Eye of the Thunderstorm: Effervescent Practices from the Arab World,a collateral project at the […]Read more "56th Venice Biennale"