Khadim Ali,Mohsen Hosseini, Hamed Hasanzade, and Kubra Khademi.
Curated by Elyas Alavi
Open Tues – Fri, 9am – 5pm until July 17
MARZHA/BORDERS, is a unique exhibition which highlights various socio-political events that have affected the lives of Afghans inside and outside of the country, particularly over the last three decades, and how artists respond to ongoing conflict in today’s Afghanistan. Art works are primarily in the form of painting and video/performance, from 5 leading and emerging Afghan contemporary artists including Sydney based artist Khadim Ali, Mohsen Hossaini, Hamed Hasanzada, Sher Ali and Kubra Khademi, curated by South Australian artist Elyas Alavi.
Works by Khadim Ali are a collaboration with Sher Ali.
Artist and Curator talk with Elyas Alavi and Khadim Ali – Thursday 11 June at 5pm
at the Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre’s Kerry Packer Civic Gallery,
University of South Australia
Hawke Building level 3 – 55 North Terrace, Adelaide
Opening at Nexus Arts at 6pm, following artist and curator talk.
Read the essay here written by Andrew Hill?—?Adjunct Associate Professor at the School of Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia