Adel Abidin is an artist creating a distinct visual language through a multimedia approach that he links to his cross-cultural background. Focusing on topics, such as the interconnections between visual art and identity politics, he aims to prolong discussions around elusive experiences and cultural alienation. Adel Abidin’s works have been presented in various international exhibitions, including Muscle Memory, Kunstraum Kreuzberg / Bethanien, Berlin (2017), Between Terror, Pop Music and Seduction, Fotogalleriet, Oslo (2016), 5th Guangzhou Triennial (2015), Cover-up!, Al Sultan Gallery, Kuwait (2014), Trade Routes, Hauser & Wirth, London (2013), 54th Venice Biennale (2011).
After the Wildly Improbable
Gülnur Ekşi: The Effects of the Berlin-Baghdad Railway on the Vegetation in Anatolia, lecture and presentation of drawings
Muhannad Shono: Zomë Zomë, animated film
Violet Grigoryan: Two Women, literary reading, Armenian & English
Musa paradisiaca: The Intimate Knowledge of Things, films and lecture
- After the Wildly Improbable -
Sep 16, 2017