no/mad utopia - Gemmayzeh, Beirut
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A contemporary art gallery dedicated to promote the artists living in the Middle East.
no/mad utopia operates as a gallery without walls to promote the work of artists living in the MENA region. The gallery offers tailor-made support to artists in their career to develop their opportunities through exhibitions and international art fairs.
Showcase of contemporary creation from North Africa and the Middle East, no/mad utopia is the platform of a generation that questions the meaning of history, the construction of identities, the social and political boundaries, and the unwritten norms within the society.
As an itinerant space for committed and poetic expression, no/mad utopia aims to reflect contemporary regional aspirations in dialogue with global issues, beyond borders.
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Dalia Baassiri, sur la trace de notre vécu L’artiste libanaise participe actuellement à une exposition collective où onze artistes ont réuni leur imaginaire dans un lieu familier et intimiste de la capitale française, proche de l’atelier, celui d’un ancien garage désaffecté de la Goutte-d’Or. OLJ / Danny MALLAT, le 08 juillet 2022 à 00h00 L’exposition collective,...
no/mad utopia is pleased to present the work of the artist Dalia Baassiri in the collective exhibition Garage Band, curated by HATCH, in the Goutte d’Or neighborhood of Paris, from June 28th until July 13th, 2022. About Garage Band, curated by HATCH From June 28th to July 13th, Garage Band, a group show curated by...
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