Tag Archives: Shirin Neshat

SHIRIN NESHAT IN CONVERSATION

Shirin Neshat is in Los Angeles for the opening of SHIRIN NESHAT—I WILL GREET THE SUN AGAIN—her retrospective at The Broad, curated by Ed Schad—as well as several public events around town.

On Saturday, as part of the ARRAY 360° festival, she will join Garrett Bradley for a discussion and screenings of their new films—LAND OF DREAMS (2019, Neshat) and AMERICA (2019, Bradley)—and on Sunday at the Colburn School, Neshat and her longtime collaborators Shoja Azari, Sussan Deyhim, and Ghasem Ebrahimian will participate in a conversation and music event as part of The Broad’s Un-Private Collection series.

SHIRIN NESHAT and GARRETT BRADLEY

Saturday, October 19, at 3 pm.

ARRAY Creative Campus

180 Glendale Boulevard, Echo Park, Los Angeles.

THE UN-PRIVATE COLLECTION—SHIRIN NESHAT

Sunday, October 20, at 6 pm.

Colburn School, Zipper Hall

200 South Grand Avenue, downtown Los Angeles.

From top: Shirin Neshat, photograph by Rodolfo Martinez; Shirin Neshat, I Will Greet the Sun Again exhibition catalog by Ed Schad, cover image courtesy Prestel; Neshat, Sarah, 2016, single-channel video installation; Neshat, Roja, 2016, single-channel video installation; Neshat, Offered Eyes, 1993; Garrett Bradley, America (2019), still. Images courtesy and © the artists, photographers, publishers, and Gladstone Gallery.

SHIRIN NESHAT’S DREAMERS

Join Shirin Neshat for the launch of DREAMERS, her new book published by Ivorypress. Neshat will be joined in conversation by Phong Bui, artist and Brooklyn Rail publisher.

 

SHIRIN NESHAT IN CONVERSATION WITH PHONG BUI

Thursday, December 20, from 6 pm to 8 pm.

Printed Matter

231 Eleventh Avenue, at 26th Street, New York City.

Shirin Neshat, Dreamers. Image courtesy Ivorypress.

SHIRIN NESHAT AT THE HAMMER

Image result for looking for oum kulthum

Recalling the structure of Barbara (the recent Mathieu Amalric feature), Shirin Neshat’s LOOKING FOR OUM KULTHUM is a “visually dazzling film-within-a-film about an artist-filmmaker who attempts to make a film about her hero, the legendary female Arab singer Oum Kulthum. Neshat’s heroine, Mitra, struggles as she dares to cross lines in a conservative, male-dominated society—reflecting the obstacles faced by Neshat and Kulthum themselves.”*

The screening—co-presented with Otis College of Art and Design—will be followed by a Q & A with Neshat.

 

LOOKING FOR OUM KULTHUM, Tuesday, June 5, at 7:30 pm.

hammer.ucla.edu/looking-for-oum-kulthum-with-shirin-neshat

lookingforoumkulthum.com

Image result for looking for oum kulthum

31590_07_LookingForOumKulthum_RazorFilm_1524052010057

looking-for-oum-kulthum-w600@2x