14 octobre 2019 by halidab Non classé 0

Waiting for Omar Gatlato: Contemporary Art from Algeria and its Diaspora

Waiting for Omar Gatlato: Contemporary Art from Algeria and its Diaspora. Curated By Natasha Marie Llorens Opening Reception: Friday, October 25, 2019, 6 – 8pm On view October 26 – March 15, 2020 Design credit: Eider Corral    Waiting for Omar Gatlato is a survey of contemporary art by Algerian artists and by those in its diaspora. The project expressly refuses thematic axes, such as “memory” or “exile”, “the violence of the civil war”, in favor of the open-ended framework Algerian film critic and lawyer Wassyla Tamzali sets out in her eponymous volume, published in Algiers in 1979. In her book, Tamzali argues that Merzak Allouache’s 1976 feature film Omar Gatlato represents a turn toward the individual in Algerian society, their desires and the contradictions they struggle with. This exhibition proposes that an analogous ouverture vers le quotidien is taking place in today’s art scenes and, indeed, even in its streets. The Algerian context is hard to integrate into a broad regional history because it is exceptional, even when viewed together with its North African neighbors, Tunisia and Morocco. The specificity of its long, intimate colonial relationship to France, the fact that it experienced a violent Islamic coalition movement in the 1990s, decades […]

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14 octobre 2019 by halidab Non classé 0

La Biennale de Rabat  » Un instant avant le monde » 

Un instant avant le monde  DU 24 SEPTEMBRE AU 18 DÉCEMBRE 2019 https://www.biennale.ma https://www.biennale.ma/portfolio-item/halida-boughriet/ Pour la Biennale, l’artiste présente son œuvre Implano de Arisana résultant de sa résidence à Nice en 2018. En recentrant l’humain au cœur du territoire, Halida Boughriet interroge notre rapport au monde tout en contestant notre propension à la stigmatisation. Implano de Arisana, Halida Boughriet, 2018-2019   «Implano de Arisana» est un dispositif vidéographique qui aborde les questions de l’identité, du territoire et de la frontière, mais aussi la figure féminine « le mythe d’Ariane abandonnée». Considérée comme un quartier difficile, tant par son histoire que par sa population, l’Ariane est profondément isolée par le Paillon, ligne de démarcation constituant la frontière symbolique entre ce territoire et le centre-ville de Nice. Mon désir était de filmer ce quartier populaire, de le regarder autrement.  A commencer par la rencontre humaine et chaleureuse de quelques femmes qui y vivent et qui sont devenues l’axe central de mon travail.   Par une esthétique du geste, je traverse les plans architecturaux  datant de 1970 vers des personnages qualifiés de déesses. Ces femmes se font surtout l’expression collective d’une forme d’identité revendiquée et d’ouverture. J’utilise essentiellement la décomposition du temps pour […]

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3 août 2019 by halidab Non classé 0

No Comment @ Oradea

No Comment @ Oradea Vă invităm cu drag, sâmbătă 27 iulie 2019 orele 18, la deschiderea Expoziției de artă video ,,No Comment’’. Despre agresiunile asupra artistelor din Orientul Mijlociu. Vernisează Teodora Talhoș (Viena) curator și critic de artă. Expoziția va deschisă între 27.07- 16.08.2019. în Galerii de Artă-Reperaj. Cetate.Expun: Halida Boughriet – Franta, Fatoș Irwen – Turcia, Simin, Keramati – Iran, locuiește momentan in Canada, Tahmineh Monzavi – Iran. he exhibition will be open between 27.07 – 16.08 and can be visited from Tuesday to Friday, from 10am -18pm in Galeriile de Artă Reperaj – Romania What does it mean being an artist in a conflict zone? Moreover, what kind of hardships are encountered by women who work as artists in a totalitarian system that doesn’t allow freedom of speech? The exhibition titled “No comment” presents to the Romanian audience the video artworks of four female artists coming from – or with roots in – the Middle East. Their artworks express on the one hand a great sorrow, on the other hand a burning wish to carry on and to ignore the rules imposed on the artists by a restrictive, unpermissive system. Artists: Halida Boughriet, Fatoș Irwen, Simin Keramati, Tahmineh […]

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19 mai 2019 by halidab Non classé 0

OFFICINE DELL’IMMAGINE / HALIDA BOUGHRIET « Out of Place » May 16 – July 13, 2019

OFFICINE DELL’IMMAGINE HALIDA BOUGHRIET   « Out of Place » May 16 – July 13, 2019 http://www.officinedellimmagine.com   From 16th May to 13th July 2019, Officine dell’Immagine in Milan is pleased to present the second solo exhibition dedicated to Halida Boughriet, one of the most interesting artists of the emerging contemporary scene. Curated by Silvia Cirelli, the exhibition Out of Place will present recent work by this talented artist in an Italian exclusive. Already recognised internationally for exhibitions at Centre Pompidou and Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris, the Rabat Biennale, the Los Angeles Depart Foundation, Documenta 14 and the 11th Dak’Art Biennial, Boughriet is surprising for her rare expressive eclecticism, ranging from photography to video and performance, in which she herself becomes the spokesperson for the artistic message. Always attentive to the exploration of socio-cultural, behavioural and geopolitical themes concerning current cultural situation, Boughriet translates the precariousness of a historical moment marked by a sense of uprooting, an absence of communication between people and by the need for belonging. Coming to authentic emotional essentiality and completely laying bare human vulnerabilities, this young artist’s narrative sees the body as the focal point of the entire creative journey. With the spasmodic urgency of […]

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25 avril 2019 by halidab Non classé 0

Les Rencontres Photographiques de Rabat // FRONTIÈRES ET MOBILITÉ

4ème édition des Rencontres Photographiques de Rabat 2019. Vernissage le 3 Mai 2019, galerie Bab Rouah de Rabat. Border#, 2017 & Transit, 2011 ©halidaboughriet     Curated by Jaafar Akil.   La 4ème édition des Rencontres Photographiques de Rabat

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17 février 2019 by halidab Non classé 0

The Aestheticized Interview with Halida Boughriet (Algeria/France)

  https://www.artdependence.com/articles/the-aestheticized-interview-with-halida-boughriet-algeriafrance/

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8 octobre 2018 by halidab Non classé 0

NOT WHAT YOU THINK! – Azad Art Gallery, Tehran / Iran

OPENING October 12, 4-8 pm Azad Art Gallery, Tehran / Iran http://azadart.gallery/En/upcoming.aspx Artists: Halida Boughriet, Sharzad Changvalaee,  Fatoş Irwen, Simin Keramati, Tahmineh Monzavi, Balqis al´Rashid, Dilan Cudi Saruhan, Nil Yalter, Arzu Yayıntaş Every person should have the exclusive right to dispose of their body as they wish. The body should be an untouchable personal zone. But power structures of a governmental or religious nature as well as certain social notions do restrict this right. In particular, women of the so called Near and Middle East are struggling for this right. However the undifferentiated, fragmentary idea of the subordinated, voiceless woman in the hijab, who has to be freed by external forces – an idea very prominent in the West – represents a false role as well. Per se it denies the individual self-determination of the many different women in the aforementioned region – just like some of the governmental or religious institutions in charge. Art is a field where – more or less safely – anyone can exercise this right on the own body. In Vienna the use of the body as artistic medium is prominent due to the Viennese Actionism, the works of Austrian artist VALIE EXPORT and the feminist avantgarde of the 70s, most of whom explored the medium of video. The central starting point […]

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8 octobre 2018 by halidab Non classé 0

2018 – DÉCOLONISER LES CORPS, BIENNALE ART NOMAD

Décoloniser les corps, Biennale Art Nomad /////// Artistes : Giulia Andreani,Raphael Barontini, Laura Bottereau, Marine Fique,  Halida Boughriet,  Edi Dubien,  Claude Cattelain, Esther Ferrer, KAy Garnellen Pélagie Gbaguidi, Hot bodies Choir, Katia Kameli, Kubra Kadhemi, Mehdi-Georges Lahlou, Roberta Marrero,  Myriam Mechita, Myriam Mihindou, Pauline N’Gouala, Françoise Pétrovitch, Abel Techer, Nicole Tran Ba Vang, Floryan Varennes, Etaïnn Zwer, Claire Finch.  Ecole des beaux arts de Limoges  Transpalette, Bourges  The window, Paris  Calais avec l’auberge des migrants, Bruxelles et Berlin Vidéo – Pandore, 2014  ©halidaboughriet COMMISSAIRE D’EXPOSITION PASCAL LIÈVRE

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8 octobre 2018 by halidab Non classé 0

Persona grata- Musée national de l’histoire de l’immigration – Musée d’art contemporain du Val-de-Marne

Persona grata Du 16 octobre 2018 au 20 janvier 2019 Le Musée d’art contemporain du Val-de-Marne et le Musée national de l’histoire de l’immigration proposent une exposition en deux lieux qui interroge la notion d’hospitalité à travers le prisme de la création contemporaine. Comment les artistes d’aujourd’hui évoquent-ils l’exil et l’hospitalité ? À l’heure où les débats sur la crise et l’accueil des migrants sont particulièrement présents et brûlants, il a semblé important de ré-interroger le sens de l’hospitalité dans nos sociétés en s’appuyant sur les travaux de Fabienne Brugère et Guillaume le Blanc. Partant des analyses des deux philosophes, la notion d’hospitalité sera abordée à travers la création contemporaine. Loin du documentaire et de la photographie de reportage, photos, vidéos, peintures, installations et sculptures invitent le visiteur « à passer d’une posture de regard à une réflexion sur l’exil, l’hospitalité et le rejet » (Isabelle Renard). Les œuvres proviennent en majorité des collections des deux musées partenaires. Action, 2003 – vidéo – Collection Centre pompidou Avec les oeuvres de : Bertille Bak, Dominique Blais, Alina Bliumis, Jeff Bliumis, Halida Boughriet, Kyungwoo Chun, Philippe Cognée, Pascale Consigny, Hamid Debarrah, Latifa Echakhch, Eléonore False, Claire Fontaine, Laura Henno, Pierre Huyghe, Bertrand […]

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3 février 2018 by halidab Non classé 0

NOT WHAT YOU THINK! – Installation view – Les illuminés, 2004 ©halidaboughriet

OPENING January 24, 2018 7pm Opening: January 24, 2018 7pm Ends: March 24, 2018 Artists: Halida Boughriet, Sharzad Changvalaee, Fatoş Irwen, Simin Keramati, Tahmineh Monzavi, Balqis al´Rashid, Dilan Cudi Saruhan, Nil Yalter, Arzu Yayıntaş Dates: March 7, 2018 – Talk with Dr. Gabriele Schor (Sammlung Verbund); March 21, 2018 Book launch: Julia Allerstorfer, Visuelle Identitäten. Künstlerische Selbstinszenierungen in der zeitgenössischen iranischen Videokunst, Bielefeld 2017 Every person should have the exclusive right to dispose of their body as they wish. The body should be an untouchable personal zone. But power structures of a governmental or religious nature as well as certain social notions do restrict this right. In particular, women of the so called Near and Middle East are struggling for this right. However the undifferentiated, fragmentary idea of the subordinated, voiceless woman in the hijab, who has to be freed by external forces – an idea very prominent in the West – represents a false role as well. Per se it denies the individual self-determination of the many different women in the aforementioned region – just like some of the governmental or religious institutions in charge. Art is a field where – more or less safely – anyone can exercise this right on the own body. In Vienna the use […]

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