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38 days of re-collection 2013
38 days
The Rencontres d'Arles. Edition 2013. 1st July / 22nd September 2013, France



Keep Your Eye on the Wall

Israel/Palestine or How Will a New Mindset be Possible. September 21 - November 16,2013.
Sprechsaal - MARIENSTRAßE 26 10117 BERLIN - MITTE - 7:30 pm

Keep Your Eye on the Wall
PHOTOQUAI Biennial 4, Paris. 12th September / 2nd October 2013
    Espace Central DUPON Images, Paris Montmartre    
KEEP Your Eye on the Wall - french version
Textuel July 2013
keep your eye on the wall
In art and literature, walls are frequently used as powerful symbols of division. For the people of Palestine, however, the wall that cuts deeply into their land and society is all too real, snaking through over 700 kilometres of the West Bank. It throttles Palestinians, seals off Israelis, and all but guarantees perpetual ignorance, fear and rage on both sides. Keep Your Eye on the Wall brings together seven award-winning artist-photographers and four essayists, all responding to the Wall in images or words, specially commissioned for this book. The photographers present unique perspectives, whether documenting the journey of labourers across the barrier, the desolation of abandoned checkpoints or the tattered posters of martyrs on a wall in Gaza. Informed, critical and powerful, the photographs constitute, in the words of French philosopher of art Georges Didi-Huberman, a space for struggle . The book features photographic work from Taysir Batniji, Raed Bawayah, Rula Halawani, Noel Jabbour, Raeda Saadeh, Steve Sabella and Kai Wiedenhöfer, text from Malu Halasa, Yael Lerer, Christine Leuenberger and Adania Shibli, and a foreword from Raja Shehadeh.

KEEP Your Eye on the Wall - english version
    (e)merge Art Fair. October 3-6, 2013    
    Represented by Metroquadro Gallery in Italy    
IkonoTV Air Festival. Sept 7 - 29, 2013
"ikono is excited to announce a pioneering moment in TV history: for the first time ever, ikono is launching an art festival exclusively broadcasted on TV and on live stream. From the 6th to the 29th of September you can watch video art from the last 40 years. The daily program will feature artworks from established and emerging artists from all over the world. The festival will present contemporary perspectives on film, video art, and other time-based art forms, exclusively broadcasted on TV and on live stream."
Lindsay Tunkl
assistant to Steve Sabella
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