Tuesday, July 28, 2015

There Are Too Many Walls But Not Enough Bridges - Kunst(Zeug)Haus Rapperswil

There Are Too Many Walls But Not Enough Bridges - Arabian and Iranian group exhibition

Press release: On the occasion of the ORYX Foundation’s 5th anniversary and for the first time ever, both Arabian and Iranian contemporary art is on display at a large scale in a Swiss Museum.
The exhibition includes 16 artists who will be exhibiting their art pieces at the Kunst(Zeug)Haus Rapperswil, Switzerland. Visitors will experience a fantastic and unique insight into the contemporary art scene of the Middle East and Iran. The exhibition’s focus here is on the cross-cultural and cross-border dialogue through art. Particiating artists:
Shahriar Ahmadi (Iran), Lulwah Al Homoud (Saudi-Arabien), Halim Al Karim (Irak),
Mohamed Am Mazrouei (VAE), Talal Al Zeid (Saudi-Arabien),Ahmed Badry (Ägypten),
Hakim Ghazali (Marokko), Samira Hodai (Iran), Layla Juma (VAE), Hassan Meer (Oman)
Bruno Müller-Meyer, (Schweiz), Mina Nasr, (Ägypten), Azadeh Razaghdoost (Iran),
Nastaran Safaei (Iran), Baktash Sarang (Iran), Hassan Sharif (VAE),
Christian Triebsch (Ägypten/Deutschland).

Halim Al Karim
Halim Al Karim

Hassan Meer

Samira Hodaei. detail
Samira Hodaei

Mohamed Al Mazrouei
Mohamed Al Mazrouei

Azadeh Razaghdoost

Mehdi Nabavi
Shahriar Ahmadi
Hassan Meer
Ahmed Badry
Bruno Müller-Meyer
Bruno Müller-Meyer
Bruno Müller-Meyer
Nastaran Safaei
Opening: Sunday, July 26, 2015, 11.30 am - 6.00 pm
Attending Artists:
Shahriar Ahmadi (Iran)
Samira Hodaei (Iran)
Nastaran Safaei (Iran)
Azadeh Razaghdoost (Iran)
Hamed Rashtian (Iran)
Hassan Meer (Oman)
Mina Nasr (Egypt)
Talal Al Zeid (Saudi-Arabia)
Bruno Müller-Meyer (Switzerland)

The exhibition continues until August 16, 2015

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