Bouchra Khalili

Bouchra Khalili at the Bamako Encounters

Conceived by Artistic Director Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung and a curatorial team comprised of Aziza Harmel, Astrid Sokona Lepoultier and Kwasi Ohene-Ayeh, this edition of the Bamako Encounters is an invitation to think about the artistic practice of photography as a stream of consciousness, as well as to consider photography beyond the tight corset of the photographic. The moment of a snapshot emanates from […]

Bouchra Khalili facade intervention at the Neue Berliner Kunstverein

With her work In Girum, designed for the facade of Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Bouchra Khalili makes reference to the n.b.k. Video-Forum, the oldest and one of the largest video art collections in Germany. Khalili is particularly interested in the political and emancipatory potential of the medium. Using phosphorescent letters, Khalili quotes the title of a 35-mm […]

Bouchra Khalili at the Bienal de Coimbra

An attempt to understand the symbolic and actual meaning of the city’s new circumstances – being classified as World Heritage – the biennial establishes a confrontation between contemporary art and heritage, exploring the risks and multiple possibilities associated with this cultural heritage, which is now also of all Humanity.

Bouchra Khalili Lecture @Cooper Union New York

As part of the Fall 2019 Intra-Disciplinary Seminar series and presented in partnership with Open Society Foundations, Bouchra Khalili delivers a free, public lecture. She will share and articulate some of her work in order to address the essential questions that her practice investigates: the politics of memory of anti-colonial struggles and international solidarity; forced illegal migrations […]

Bouchra Khalili book launch at the New Museum

For the US premiere of Bouchra Khalili’s The Tempest Society (2017) the artist will discuss her film and new artist book by the same title with curator and writer Omar Berrada. Commissioned by documenta 14 (Athens), The Tempest Society considers the forgotten heritage of Al-Assifa (“The Tempest” in Arabic), an agitprop theater comprising North African immigrant workers and French […]

Bouchra Khalili at Bienalsur in Puebla, Mexico

The exhibition essays a series of themes rather like short stories, in an attempt to review the different approaches taken by the artists from the FRACS (Fonds Régionaux D’Art Contemporain) collections through their works. One conceptual nucleus from this selection examines transit and migration through the themes of identity, social tension, and gender.

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