Shirin Neshat


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Shirin Neshat and Candice Breitz on group exhibition at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art in Arizona

Now Playing: Video 1999–2019 at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA) presents iconic video art from the past two decades (16 February – 19 May). Officially marking the start of SMoCA’s 20th anniversary celebration, the exhibition prominently features Shirin Neshat’s immersive sound and video installation Turbulent and Candice Breitz’s multi-channel video Love Story. These works will take up the entire space of the museum, helping to illustrate in the words of an exhibition statement, ‘the complexities of contemporary art and life’.

Shirin Neshat, Sue Williamson, Tabita Rezaire, and William Kentridge on Kochi-Muziris Biennale

Shirin Neshat, Sue Williamson, Tabita Rezaire and William Kentridge are included on the fourth edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale in India (12 December – 29 March). The biennale will take place across various public spaces and heritage sites in the town of Kochi. For biennial curator Anita Dube, the event aims to counteract ‘the virtual hyper-connectivity that has paradoxically alienated us from the warm solidarities of community’. The exhibition runs from 12 December until 29 March 2019.

William Kentridge and Shirin Neshat on Portuguese museum show about love

William Kentridge and Shirin Neshat are two of several artists, including Sophie Calle and Marlene Dumas, featured on the Museu Coleção Berardo’s latest group exhibition, titled Quel Amour!? (11 October – 10 February). The exhibition brings together several artists from different generations, countries, and cultures for whom ‘love’ has been a source of inspiration.

Shirin Neshat on museum group exhibition in Italy

Work by Shirin Neshat is included on the latest group exhibition, War is over? Arte e conflitti tra mito e contemporaneità, at the Museo d’Arte della città di Ravenna in Italy (6 October – 13 January). Curated by Angela Tecce and Maurizio Tarantino, the exhibition is organised and connected to the centenary of the conclusion of the First World War. Through showcasing works by historical Masters and contemporary artists alike, War is over? proposes a path that, through a series of artworks spanning two centuries, reflects on conflicts not purely historical but in a wider, artistic and poetic, personal and collective, aesthetic and ethics.

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    Shirin Neshat / Dreamers / 2016

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    In Context / this past was waiting for me / 2018

    New Revolutions: Goodman Gallery at 50

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