People

Only bios (not welcome posts for new residents) that will go to people’s category on re-aligned website

IA-Resident – Munish Wadhia

Related: Welcoming Munish Wadhia to IA-Safe Haven Gnesta Announcing new IA-Gnesta Safe Haven Residency with Art Lab Gnesta Munish Wadhia (Kenya) is a painter who uses displacement as an artistic strategy, dislocating and deconstructing imagery and artefacts from his cultural … Continue reading

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Bio Fatoş İrwen

Related: Documentation: The Artists at Risk (AR) Pavilion Berlin: Mutatis Mutandis The AR Pavilion Berlin: Mutatis Mutandis Fatoş İrwen is an artist and teacher from Diyarbakır, Turkey who was imprisoned in 2016. Her charges are based on evidence provided by … Continue reading

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AR Resident – Kholod Hawash

Related: Welcoming Kholod Hawash to AR Saari Residence/Saastamoinen Residency Kholod Hawash is a self taught textile artist Born in Albasra, Iraq, in 1977. Her work is inspired by the heritage and archeological landscapes of the region she is from. Its … Continue reading

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AR Resident – Saddam Jumaily

Related: Welcoming Saddam Jumaily to AR Saari Residence/Saastamoinen Residency Saddam Jumaily (born Saddam Al Saeedi in Basra, Iraq, 1974) is a painter and sculptor with a significant following in his country, where he is known for works that use symbolism … Continue reading

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AR-Resident Erden Kosova

Related Welcoming Erden Kosova to AR-Safe Haven Berlin Erden Kosova is a Turkish art critic and curator based in Istanbul and Berlin. Kosova has been an AR-Resident in Berlin since January 2019. His residency is a cooperation between Artists at … Continue reading

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AR-Resident Smart Owie: Nigerian Sculptor

Related Welcoming Smart Owie from Nigeria to AR-Residency Smart Owie was born in Benin, Nigeria, a city renowned for its sculptural background, particularly in the fields of casting. Owie himself was fortunate to come from a family of wood carvers … Continue reading

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AR Resident – Spartak Khachanov

Related: Welcome to Spartak Khachanov as AR-Resident in Helsinki Return the work of Spartak Khachanov! Open letter to the Kiev Academy AR MOBILE talk at HAM with Spartak Khachanov Welcome to Spartak Khachanov as first AR-Radar Sofia resident Press: PRESS: … Continue reading

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AR Resident – Barıs Seyitvan

Related: Barıs Seyitvan welcomed to the Artists at Risk (AR)-ZKM | Karlsruhe Residency Welcoming Barış Seyitvan as AR-Resident at Suomenlinna Barış Seyitvan (1982) is a Turkish born artist and curator based in Diyarbakir, southeastern Turkey, working around the themes of … Continue reading

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Open Letter re Pussy Riot Artists in Sweden: AR and Partners Call for Political Asylum

Open Letter re Pussy Riot Artists in Sweden: AR and Partners Call for Political Asylum for Lusine Dzjanyan and Alexey Knedlyakovsky and their two children.

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AR Resident – Tito Valery

Related: Welcoming Tito Valery as the first AR-Resident at Wysing Arts Centre! Documentation: Tito Valery @ Tate Modern The AR PAVILION-BERLIN: mutatis mutandis Documentation: The Artists at Risk (AR) Pavilion – Berlin: mutatis mutandis Artists at Risk (AR) Symposium and … Continue reading

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