Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s work will be exhibited at this autumn’s group show at Bonniers Konsthall about seeing violence in images. The exhibition features work from more than 30 artists who confront past or present conflicts and will be con view 20/09/17 until 14/01/18.
Rosella Biscotti and Lawrence Abu Hamdan will be part of the group show Manipulate the World at the Moderna Museet in Stockholm and will be on view from 21.10 2017 to 21.1 2018.
The work of Uriel Orlow and Lawrence Abu Hamdan will be featured in the group show Stealing from the West at Akademie Der Künste der Welt from 20/09/17 to 10/12/17.
The work of artist Lawrence Abu Hamdan will be featured in APRÈS by Eric Baudalaire at Centre Pompidou. APRÈS is an exhibit influenced by the attacks of the 13th of November 2015 in Paris Saint-Denis, its aim is to reconsider what happens after, after the disaster, after the upheaval of certainties. 6-18 Sep 2017.
The work of Lawrence Abu Hamdan is currently participating in the exhibition “Heart of the Tin Man” at M Wood Beijing. The exhibition will be on view all summer 2017.
Umashankar and the Earchaeologists, group composed of Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Nida Ghouse and Umashankar Manthravadi will participate in the exhibition Anarchéologie with the audio essay Unsound Evidence. The exhibition opens on June 15 2017 and runs through September 11, 2017.
Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Rossella Biscotti, Carlos Motta
Bird Watching, the latest in a series of Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s live audio essayswill be presented in the Kunstenfestivaldesarts in Brussels.
The work of Lawrence Abu Hamdan is participating in the 8th Contour Biennale entitled “Polyphonic Worlds: Justice as Medium” and curated by Natasha Ginwala.
Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Carlos Motta, Rosângela Rennó
The work of Lawrence Abu Hamdan is participating in “Strange Attractor” an exhibition exploring the uncertainties and poetics of networks, environmental events, technology, and sound in Ballroom Marfa.
Lawrence Abu Hamdan participated in documenta 14 at the Athens Conservatoire. The Athens Conservatoire, commonly referred to as Odeion, is part of an unrealized urban plan that won the architect Ioannis Despotopoulos first prize in a competition held for the Athens Cultural Center in 1959.