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Review Round Up: Mona Hatoum @Tate Modern

Tate Modern is currently hosting the first UK survey of the work of Mona Hatoum, which opens to the public today. But what are critics making of it?  173 more words

Looking Forward No1 - Mona Hatoum

Mona Hatoum – Poetic & Political Installations, Tate Modern, 4 May – 21 August 2016.

I first discovered Mona Haltom’s work at the Turner Prize exhibition in 1995. 241 more words

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Witness to the Lebanese Civil War

On 13 April 1975, the start of the Lebanese Civil War was sparked by an incident known as the Bus Massacre. Early morning skirmishes on the streets of Beirut – between guerrilla fighters linked to the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and right-wing Lebanese Christian militiamen – escalated dramatically, as the indiscriminate shooting at a church congregation led to a retaliatory assault on a bus full of Palestinian men, women, and children. 448 more words

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Mona Hatoum

4 May to 21 August 2016, Tate Modern

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Mona Hatoum

Mona Hatoum was born in 1952 in Beirut, Lebanon. She is best known for her work in contemporary art through the use of installations and performance/video art. 200 more words

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