Artist: Maha Maamoun
Venue: Fridericianum, Kassel
Exhibition Title: The Night of Counting the Years
Curated by: Nina Tabassomi
Date: May 11 – August 17, 2014
Project by UK artist Eleanor Haswell called “Why Are You So Afraid Of Your Own Anatomy?”
"I know that [Nelson Mandela] himself would have insisted on not being elevated to a kind of secular sainthood, as a single individual, but would have always claimed space for his comrades in the struggle, and in this way would have seriously challenged the process of sanctification. He was indeed extraordinary, but as an individual he was especially remarkable because he railed against the individualism that would have singled him out at the expense of those who are always at his side.
And I think that his profound individuality resided precisely in his critical refusal to embrace the individualism that is such a central ideological component of neoliberalism.”"
Davis urges a boycott against transnational security corporation G4S for its role in the global prison industrial complex, from Palestine to the US.
Armen Eloyan, Dracula, 2011, 220.5 x 380.5 cm. Oil on canvas. Courtesy Tim Van Laere Gallery, Antwerp.
"June Wayne is said to have admired the engineering of women’s undergarments and was interested in how the publicly unseen intimates shaped, literally and figuratively, the public image and perception of women. It was fertile ground for exploration, especially in light of Wayne’s advocacy of gender equity…" —Christopher Michno, Art Ltd Magazine
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Georgians: 1. Prince in war dress. 2. Georgian lady with indoor dress. 3. Georgian Man of Kahatia.
Circassians: 1. Militiaman of Anapa. 5.6. Circassian women of Ghelendjik
Armenians: 7.8. Armenian pilgrims to the Holy Land.
The famous Armenian-American singer Cher (Cherilyn Sarkisian), sitting on a headless Lenin statue. (Yerevan, Armenia 1993)
Ararat (Urartu) Kingdom of Armenia, baked clay vessel with human face (840 – 590 BC) possibly Araratian Goddess Aruvani/Arubani who is the Goddess of of fertility and art. She was also the wife of the supreme god Haldi - Anatolian Museum of turkey.