During the fiac week, the work of Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Charwei Tsai, Uriel Orlow and Marwa Arsanios has been selected by curator Natasa Petresin-Bachelez to be part of Cinéphémère, a video programme presented outside the Grand Palais in Paris.
“Affinités des sols” is Uriel Orlow’s project during his residency in Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers. The project will be on display until December 18, 2018.
The exhibition “A grammar built with rocks” at Human Resources in LA, will feature the work of Uriel Orlow. It will be open to the public until November 4, 2018.
Uriel Orlow’s ‘Mafavuke’s Trials’, ‘The Fairest Heritage’ & ‘What Plants Were Called Before They Had a Name’ will all be making part of the ICA Live Art Festival 2018. Works will be on display on the 9th day of the festival (September 11, 2018).
Uriel Orlow will be making part of the ‘Digital Ecologies’ exhibition held at SKLAD in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. The exhibition will be on display until September 5, 2018.
Uriel Orlow is one of the featured artist at the ‘Subcontracted Nations’ exhibition held in the new A.M. Qattan Foundation’s foundation building in Ramallah, Palestine. The exhibition will run from June 28 until the September 29, 2018.
This Thursday June the 21st, The London Open 2018 will be holding the launch of the book Theatrum Botanicum by Uriel Orlow. The event will coincide with the UK premier of Orlow’s film, Imbizo Ka Mafavuke (Mafavuke’s Tribunal), at the Whitechapel Gallery at 7pm.
Uriel Orlow’s ‘Wishing Tree’ will be on view as part of Manifiesta 12. The exhibition will be open from June 16 until November 4, 2018.
Rossella Biscotti, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Lara Almarcegui, Uriel Orlow
Uriel Orlow’s Mafavuke’s Tribunal will be featured at the London Open, 2018 exhibition held at the Whitechapel Gallery. The exhibition will be open from June 8 until August 26, 2018.
Today, 31 of May of 2018, Uriel Orlow’s film The Visitor (2007) will be screened at the Centre Pompidou, Paris. Screening time: 20:00.
Uriel Orlow’s ‘Theatrum Boticanum’ will be on view at the Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen, St. Gallen from April 14 until June 17.