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THE DANCE OF PEN AND INK | 16 October–9 December 2008
A group show including works by Maliheh Afnan, Mohamed Ehsai, Ali Omar Ermes, Rachid Koraichi, Nja Mahdaoui and Etel Adnan at The State Museum and Triumph Gallery, Moscow, and The Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg.
REFLETS D’ORIENT | August 2007
A dialogue between the beautiful and intricate geometric mirrorworks by Iranian artist Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian and the stunning textiles by French-Tunisian artist Rachid Koraichi at the headquarters of ING Bank in Geneva, Switzerland.
FAR NEAR DISTANCE | 19 March–9 May 2004
A comprehensive event, the first in Germany to cover the contemporary Iranian art scene and to showcase its visual arts and cinema. With works by Shirin Neshat, Siah Armajani, Marjane Satrapi, Abbas, Abbas Kiarostami, and Farhad Moshiri.
LOVE AFFAIRS | September 2003–March 2004
A touring exhibition organised by the IFA Galleries, Stuttgart, Bonn and Berlin. A selection of videos, stencils, drawings and sound installations that sometimes poetically, occasionally seductively or ironically, question images of women.
HAREM FANTASIES | 19 Feb–18 May 2003 and 23 Sep 2003–4 Jan 2004
Touring from the CCCB Barcelona, to the Muséum de Historie Naturelle, Lyon, a group show of 13 artists, including Ghada Amer, Shirin Neshat, Zineb Sedira, Samta Benyahia, Jananne Al-Ani, Raeda Saadeh, Shadi Ghadirian, Houria Niati and Selma Gürbüz.
FARHAD MOSHIRI: RESERVOIRS OF MEMORIES | 1–31 May 2003
In his first solo show at Leighton House Museum, London, Farhad Moshiri is presenting an entire series of paintings – variations on the theme of a simple vessel rendered in colours that he associates with particular words, sentences or childhood memories.
ANEH MOHAMMAD TATARI: A DANCE FOR GOD 25 March–21 April 2002
Aneh Mohammad Tatari was born in Turkmen Sahra in the north-eastern steppes of Iran, and his work reflects the tribal, mystical and colourful world of his homeland, reminiscent of Iranian miniatures, his Central Asian roots, and Fauvist images.
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