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Amina Diab reviews this exhibition, which brings together almost 300 artefacts relating to the group's work.Nil Yalter's latest show is centered on immigration, displacement and neglected histories – themes that have defined the artist's practice for decades, as evidenced by an exhibition constructed as a retrospective over two floors that includes early digital experiments to recent oil paintings.' writes Adania Shibli in this close reading of the Palestinian director's most recent film.'The film, at the centre of which is the city of Yafa or Jaffa, emanates from a terrain that, at the outset, is reined by loss, constraints, impossibilities, and inaccessibilities, which will soon be transformed through an extraordinary cinematic endeavour, into a creative force.'Pattern Recognition at Mosaic Rooms in London presented the work of five Palestinian artists, all of whom were shortlisted for the 2016 A. Qattan Foundation Young Artist of the Year award, which provides a platform for early-career artists of Palestinian descent under the age of 30.Tabet is a storyteller who plays with facts, anecdotes stories, and myths.'Between Structure and Matter: Other Minimal Futures at Aicon Gallery, New York, features the work of eleven artists, of varying generations, from Bangladesh, India, Madagascar, Pakistan, Tunisia, and the UAE.Curated by Murtaza Vali and Prajit Dutta, the exhibition examines the parallels of abstraction and Minimalism by artists from North America and South Asia, North Africa and the Middle East.Hulusi – British-born, of Turkish-Cypriot descent – invokes the work of French literary critic Georges Bataille, in order, as Snow notes, to maintain an allegorical status in which an image becomes a site of inquiry.
On display is a comprehensive exhibition about the Egyptian Art and Liberty group (A&L) – an eclectic group of artists, writers and intellectuals prominent in the 1930s and 1940s.On display is the transmigration from the spoken or written tradition to the gallery space, and the consequent problematics of language, translation and transmissibility.is the latest exhibition by Hassan Khan, at Beirut Art Center.Midad: The Public and Intimate Lives of Arabic Calligraphy considers the role of calligraphy as a foundational art form from within (and beyond) the central Arabo-Islamic region, to explore its political, private, devotional and poetic uses in multiple contexts.' Here, 'Curated by Natasha Ginwala, the eighth edition of the Contour Biennale proposes two themes separated by a colon that provokes the visitor to puzzle the relationship between them: Polyphonic Worlds: Justice as Medium.' Erika Balsom reviews the Contour Biennale, held in Mechelen, Belgium, and finds practices of diverse provenance and sensibility that explore worldmaking and the law, often taking up research-based methodologies within a broadly documentary mode, with twenty-five artists across six venues.'The 2017 Sharjah Biennial (SB13), Tamawuj, curated by Christine Tohme...seems to unite the geopolitical and institutional concerns of the Sharjah Biennial's previous two editions in order to, as the exhibition statement explains, 'mobilise ongoing conversations'.This thematic expansion has been articulated both conceptually and physically, with SB13 taking place across Sharjah, Beirut, Dakar, Ramallah, and Istanbul between October 2016 and October 2017, with the help of four interlocutors.' 'What do we go to see when we say we are going to the cinema (or to bed carrying a laptop) to see the film Recollection (2016) by Kamal Aljafari?