What just isn’t is essentially the most complete presentation of Khalil Rabah’s expansive physique of labor, created by the artist from the Nineteen Nineties to the current. The exhibition presents an summary of the artist’s ongoing tasks, together with the Palestinian Museum of Pure Historical past and Humankind, the Riwaq Biennale, Scale Fashions and Collaborations: by in type, a brand new work commissioned by Sharjah Artwork Basis. The works on view suggest speculative frameworks and platforms for exploring how cultural establishments, curatorial apply, museological discourse and demanding data function below long-standing states of emergency and displacement.
Specializing in the processes that artwork practices are subjected to inside worldwide establishments, Rabah’s tasks encourage debates about cultural organisations by questioning the social, cultural and political worth attributed to artefacts. Rising from his deep involvement and background in structure, Rabah’s works search to offer another imaginative and prescient that challenges public perceptions. He attracts on completely different methodologies to interact with themes of displacement, reminiscence and id to look at the connection between people and their environment in addition to the character of the worldwide human situation.
What just isn’t is curated by Sharjah Artwork Basis Director Hoor Al Qasimi.
Different exhibitions on view embody Lawrence Abu Hamdan: The Sonic Picture, CAMP: Passages by Passages, and main retrospectives of the late Lebanese artist Aref El Rayess, organised in collaboration with Sharjah Museums Authority, and Ghanaian photographer Gerald Annan-Forson, organised in collaboration with The Africa Institute.