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Joyce Scott
Kendell Geers
Koen Vanmechelen
Massimo Lunardon
Ursula von Rydingsvard
Zhang Huan
Abir Karmakar
Andrea Salvador
Antonio Riello
Atelier Van Lieshout
Chafa Ghaddar
Charbel-Joseph H. Boutros
Chitra Ganesh
Chittrovanu Mazumdar
Daniele Genadry
El Ultimo Grito
Fred Wilson
Gigi Scaria
Hema Upadhyay
Hye Rim Lee
Jaber Alwan
Jaime Hayon
Jan Fabre
Jaume Plensa
Javier Pérez
Joost van Bleiswijk
Josepha Gasch-Muche
Justin Ponmany
Karen Kalou
Kiki van Eijk
Luke Jerram
Manjunath Kamath
Marta Klonowska
Marya Kazoun
Michael Joo
Mithu Sen
N Pushpamala
Nabil Nahas
Nathalie Harb
Navin Thomas
Omar Fakhoury
Parul Thacker
Pascal Hachem
Pieke Bergmans
Poonam Jain
Prabhakar Pachpute
Raed Yassine
Ravinder Reddy
Rima Maroun
Sakshi Gupta
Sergio Bovenga
Shibu Natesan
Silvano Rubino
Sirine Fattouh
Soyeon Cho
Stéphanie Saade
Sudarshan Shetty
Thomas Schütte
Thukral & Tagra
Tomáš Libertíny

Hemami Taraneh

Exhibits at Beirut Exhibition Center

“Re-Counting is a portrait of a personal time, a layered archive of my experience of emigration. It is comprised of 14,934 sets of dates (every day of my life up to the date of completion of the work), in Persian or English, using the three different calendars with which I have measured my life. The red dots reflect significant personal or historical dates.


This one is specifically all the Persian years (when I lived in Iran before my exile), which works out to exactly before the Revolution. The round piece includes every day in a circular, seasonal calendar that is precisely measured and worked out in detail in an Illustrator programme before being applied to the circular panels.


The Heroes Martyrs Legends series began as a fascination with the need for heroes and the reverence for martyrs while looking at the crucial role they have played throughout history in a nation or civilisation’s culture. The headshots are of young student activists executed before and after the Revolution. They represent a generation dissolved in the zeitgeist of the romantic notion of a selfless revolutionary, which contributed to a major shift in the political direction of the country and the faith of the region. Reflecting the complexity of Iran’s recent history, these young students are honoured and respected by certain sections of society, raised to the status of martyr by some and labelled as traitors by others.


In the Commemoratives series of beaded images, I show events, rather than people, that are celebrated in government postal stamps.”

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