Farther Than the Eye Can See

Farther Than the Eye Can See

Basma Al Sharif

Basma Alsharif’s work explores how we relate to and internalise the geo-political shifts that occur within our lifetimes and those we carry with us from past generations.

Fateh Moudarres: Two Children Astride a Goat (1960)

Fateh Moudarres: Two Children Astride a Goat (1960)

Two Children Astride a Goat
1960
Oil on canvas
50 x 70 cm

Initially a self-taught painter, Fateh Moudarres lived and studied predominantly in Syria, with the exception of a few influential years at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Rome in the late 1950s and the École des Beaux Arts in Paris in the 1970s.

Femme au paon (1947)

Femme au paon (1947)

Gouache on paper
62.8 x 47.7 cm

Baya
b. 1931, Bordj El Kiffan, Algeria
d. 1998, Blida, Algeria

Fictionville

Fictionville

Rokni Haerizadeh

Devoid of pitiful moralising and surpassing fetishistic infatuation with depictions of human sordidness, in the series Fictionville Rokni Haerizadeh cunningly (and controversially) violates and perverts found photographic media images depicting human suffering into an anthropomorphic Orwellian world of fairytales: humorous, grotesque, satirical, bitter.

Framing the View

Framing the View

Zineb Sedira

In Framing the View, empty French colonial houses and dilapidated ruins appear to emerge out of the cliffs where they once stood overlooking the sea.

Framing the View II

Framing the View II

Zineb Sedira

In Framing the View, empty French colonial houses and dilapidated ruins appear to emerge out of the cliffs where they once stood overlooking the sea.

Framing the View IV

Framing the View IV

Zineb Sedira

In Framing the View, empty French colonial houses and dilapidated ruins appear to emerge out of the cliffs where they once stood overlooking the sea.

Framing the View V

Framing the View V

Zineb Sedira

In Framing the View, empty French colonial houses and dilapidated ruins appear to emerge out of the cliffs where they once stood overlooking the sea.

Friendship of Nations

Friendship of Nations

Slavs and Tatars

This work traces unlikely points of convergence in Iran and Poland's economic, social, political, religious and cultural stories.

From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf

From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf

CAMP

Through the medium of a feature-length film, different experiences and encounters at sea (and on adjacent land) are not so much tied together as allowed to speak.