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You Are Still Here

Recently I’m finding myself revisiting the spaces in media where anxiety and depression are explored. It may not always be intentional but I’d like to talk about a few of them and why I feel they express something so important. 467 more words


Translation, ReTranslation

Among the many images Christine Poggi shared in her 27 September presentation, the most arresting for me was this reproduction of Mona Hatoum’s Projection (2006, cotton and abaca paper).  359 more words


Editorial: Going Solo

Susanna Pettersson, PhD, Museum Director, Ateneum Art Museum, Helsinki September 22, 2016

This autumn the Finnish National Gallery celebrates internationally acknowledged artists such as Mona Hatoum and Amedeo Modigliani. 468 more words


Article: Boundary Crossings: The Political Postminimalism of Mona Hatoum

Marja Sakari, PhD, Chief Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki

First published in Christine Van Assche & Clarrie Wallis (eds.), Mona Hatoum. Centre Pompidou, Paris, 24 June–28 September 2015, Tate Modern, London, 4 May─21 August 2016, Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki, 7 October 2016–26 February 2017. 661 more words


Mona Hatoum at the Tate Modern

Iman Khakoo | September 19 2016

Born in Beirut to a Palestinian family in 1952, Mona Hatoum settled in Britain in 1975 following the outbreak of the civil war in Lebanon. 729 more words


A Playdate with Mona Hatoum

I’m going to be honest with you, I nearly missed this wonderful exhibition and part of the reason was reading a couple of average reviews, in a newspaper I trust. 911 more words


Mona Hatoum at Tate Modern

Mona Hatoum at Tate Modern ends this weekend, 21 August 2016.

It’s a fantastic exhibition and if you love contemporary art and haven’t been, I’d urge you to go see it. 58 more words

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