Author: Faten Hakimi

Sigmar Polke at the Tate: Where Mao meets the Sausage Eater

Polke’s humour wasn’t sarcastic, it was a form of rebellion. His volatile artistic tendencies that leave us breathless in awe were his way of shedding each and every conceptual artistic form....

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I Lied, Said Wartime Propaganda

A Game in Hell. The Great War in Russia, an exhibition held at The Gallery of Russian Arts and Design in London provides insight into the silent period of forsaken Russian achievements during The...

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Prozac [Art Exhibition]

We constantly struggle with being submissive to the mechanism of reality and being driven to evoke its shape....

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Kazimir Malevich : A Beautiful Mind

His work is the exteriorisation of the infinite space within our minds regardless of time and space, regardless of whether we are in Gaza, Duma, Mosul or Kiev....

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Welcome to Iraq : South London Gallery

The attempts made to create safety and security for the Iraqi home have been staged. Just like the space in South London Gallery, they represent the crippled reality of political impotence....

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