‘Iran the Apparent Acquiescence of Conceptual Poetics’ at The Guild Art Gallery

GET: to look at a window to a world of art from another world

IN: The Guild  02/32, Kamal Mansion, 2nd floor  Arthur Bunder Road,Colaba Mumbai 400005  + 91 22 2288 0116 / 0195

ON: the 11th of March, preview on the 11th from 7pm to 9pm, a talk with the Curator Shaheen Merali will be held on the 12th 6:30pm onwards.

IT: The exhibition has been curated by Shaheen Merali and features artists such as Mohammad Hossein Emad, Barbad Golshiri, Peyman Hooshmandzadeh, Farideh Lashai, Amin Nourani, Shirin Neshat and Mitra Tabrizian

More About the Exhibition

Regarding Iran the apparent acquiescence of conceptual poetics curated by Shaheen Merali, is the third exhibition of an ongoing curatorial initiative that has so far been produced in two different countries.  Thus far, the curator, Shaheen Merali, has worked with Kunsthalle Brot, Vienna for The Promise of Loss and at the Tokyo Gallery for The Stalking of Absence, to present work by artists that investigates and provides a generous account of Iran’s contemporary situation. The aesthetic inventions of these artists provide exciting probabilities for an inquiring audience to develop an understanding of issues pertaining to Iran and its contested place in the world. The eight artists’ work from within and without Iran is presented as a medium scale group exhibition opening close to the occasion of the Persian new year; Norouz.

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