Discover the works of Bouchra Khalili in Dear Truth, an exhibition that explores how nine contemporary artists approach ideas of truth, facts, and objectivity. In a world where facts-based truths are often replaced by so-called alternative facts, Dear Truth opens up a space for discussion about what veracity means in today’s social climate. The exhibition opens in April 20th […]
Discover the Speeches Series by Bouchra Khalili as part of the exhibition Stories of Resistance, currently on view at the Contemporary Art Museum in St. Louis, USA. Stories of Resistance explores artistic forms of resistance from across the world. Through visual narratives, artists amplify and bring to focus the multitude of conditions that ignite and inspire people to withstand.
Discover the works of Rossella Biscotti and Bouchra Khalili in the exhibition A Story for the Future: MAXXI’s first Decade at the MAXXI Museum in Rome. The exhibition, which pivots around five major themes, is conceived as an analysis of the development of the institution in response to the great challenges of our time. It looks forward to be a […]
Dust Clay Stone focuses on works that represent the complex issues of identity faced by individuals experiencing situations of migration, as well as the perceptions that are formed or lost in the course of such experiences. The four artists, Pia Arke, Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, Bouchra Khalili and Alexander Ugay, whose works appear in the exhibition […]
At the invitation of Kunstenfestivaldesarts 2020 (Brussels) and its Diasporic Schools, Bouchra Khalili proposes an “Audio Family Album”. Starting from the legacy of Al Assifa, a theatre group active between 1972 and 1978 that consisted of a group of North African workers – all born colonised – and their French student allies, Al Assifa also published a […]
“Images liées”. Programmation vidéo dans le cadre de Manifesta 13 /Les Parallèles du Sud > Trait(s) d’union
In 1968, a group of French filmmakers including Jean-Luc Godard and Chris Marker crafted short, quickly made cinematic responses to the political and social upheaval that shook Paris in May of that year. Inspired in part by this project, called Cinétracts, the Wexner Center commissioned 20 short films by filmmakers from around the world.
Without forcing, without finalism and with no superfluous elements that are not those of the thinking and creativity of contemporary art itself, PUSH THE LIMITS illustrates a process of striving to find a language that is aware and capable of shedding light on the present.
Collecteurs—the world’s first digital museum of private collections— published SUBSTANCE 100, a new, annual list that outlines a diverse array of artists, activists, collectives, movements and organizations making a substantial change in the world. By engaging a community of activists from the art world and beyond, SUBSTANCE 100 raises the question, “what is the purpose […]
Convening a critical mass of artists, thinkers and participants, ‘Dhaka Art Summit 2020: Seismic Movements’ (DAS 2020) will provoke us to reconsider (art) histories, movement, borders and fault lines. From 7–15 February 2020, Dhaka, Bangladesh will be the epicentre of a radical upheaval of how we think about art