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Artists Talk: Meet Habibi Artists

24 februari 2024, kl. 14:00 - 14:45

Get the chance to meet and chat with some of the artists whose work is showing at Habibi exhibition.

Var: Medelhavsmuseet
Pris: Inlcuded in the entry ticket or annual pass
Ytterligare information: This event will be held in english. First come, first served, 95 seats avaliable.
Plats på museet: The auditorium
Artists Talk: Meet Habibi Artists

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Habibi, what revolutions of love?

From the Institut du monde arabe in Paris to the Mediterranean Museum in Stockholm. On February 23, 2024, Habibi - the Revolutions of Love exhibition opens, where contemporary artists from the Arab world, Iran and Afghanistan challenge gender norms and explore relationships to the body and public space.

Whether you are an art enthusiast, a member of the LGBTQIA+ community, an activist, or simply curious about the intersection of art and identity, we invite you to engage in critical conversations and gain new insights into the transformative potential of queer art.

Interventions:

  • Artist: Alireza Shojaian (Iran/France)
  • My Kali co-founder: Khalid Abdel-Hadi (Jordan/France)
  • Artist: Khaled Takreti (Syria/France)

Moderator: Nada Majdoub (IMA- France)

 

Alireza Shojaian

Alireza Shojaian is a painter and activist, born in Iran in 1988. He currently lives and works in Paris. His paintings celebrate the beauty of masculine bodies and draw on the codes of Orientalist painting, while challenging the norms of masculinity that are widely accepted in our modern societies.

Khalid Abdel-Hadi

Khalid is one of the Habibi exhibition curators and the founder of My Kali magazine, a queer and intersectional feminist online magazine founded in 2007 in Amman, Jordan. The magazine spreads knowledge about sexuality and gender in Arabic-speaking countries and among the diaspora. My Kali provides a safe space for queer and feminist writers and artists to document their experiences and share their work.

Khaled Takreti

Born in Beirut in 1964, Khaled Takreti is a Syrian artist who spent most of his career exploring a personal history that stretches from Beirut, via Damascus, to Paris, where he has been living since 2007.

More events related to Habibi on Saturday 24th

(13:00) Queer Art on Display
(15:00) Egypt’s Queers in Focus