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Lithographie bleue de Dia

Artista : Al Azzawi Dia

kategorio : Lithographies

Técnico : Mixte

Apoyo : Papier

Dimensiones : 39 x 90 cm

Referencia : 2081

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    Pri la artisto

    Born in Baghdad in 1939, Dia Azzawi started his artistic career in 1964, after graduating from the Institute of Fine Arts in Baghdad and completing a degree in archaeology from Baghdad University in 1962.

    In 1969, Azzawi (with Rafa Nasiri, Mohammad Muhriddin, Ismail Fattah, Hachem al-Samarchi and Saleh al Jumaie) formed the New Vision group (al-Ru’yya al-Jadidah), uniting fellow artists ideologically and culturally as opposed to stylistically. Through his involvement with the New Vision group Azzawi found inspiration in contemporary subjects and issues, particularly the plight of the Palestinians. He was also briefly a member of Shakir Hassan Al Said’s One Dimension group (Jama’t al-Bu’d al-Wahid).

    From 1968 to 1976, Azzawi was the director of the Iraqi Antiquities Department in Baghdad. He has lived in London since 1976, where he served as art advisor to the city’s Iraqi Cultural Centre, from 1977 to 1980. Azzawi’s move to London led him to rediscover book art (dafatir), an art form that he has encouraged other artists from Iraq and the region to explore.

    With exhibitions of his work held his art features in international private and public collections including the Museums of Modern Art in Baghdad, Damascus and Tunis; Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts, Amman; Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha; Barjeel Art Foundation, Sharjah; Kinda Foundation, Saudi Arabia; Una Foundation, Casablanca; Arab Monetary Fund, Abu Dhabi; Development Fund, Kuwait; Jeddah International Airport; British Museum, Tate Modern, and Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Institut du Monde Arabe, Bibliothèque Nationale de France and Colas Foundation, Paris; Harba Collection, Iraq and Italy; Gulbenkian Collection, Barcelona; and Library of Congress and the World Bank, Washington, DC.

     

    Born in Baghdad, 1939

    EDUCATION

    1962

    BA in Archaeology, Baghdad University, Baghdad

    1964

    Diploma in Fine Arts, Institute of Fine Arts, Baghdad

     

    SOLO EXHIBITIONS

    1965

    Al-Wasiti Gallery, Baghdad

    1966

    Gallery One, Beirut

    1969

    Sultan Gallery, Kuwait

    1973

    Gallery Raslan, Tripoli, Lebanon

    1975

    Museum of Modern Art, Baghdad

    1976

    Gallery Nadhar, Casablanca

    1977

    Sultan Gallery, Kuwait

    1978

    Patrick Seale Gallery, London

    1980

    Galerie Faris, Paris

    Galerie Centrale, Geneva

    1981

    Art Basel, Galerie Faris, Paris

    FIAC, Galerie Faris, Paris

    1982

    Intercontinental Hall, Abu Dhabi

    1983

    Sabra and Shatila, National Council for Art and Culture Gallery, Kuwait

    1984

    Alif Gallery, Washington, DC

    1986

    Royal Cultural Centre, Amman

    1988

    Galerie Claudine Planque, Lausanne

    1990

    Alif Gallery, Washington, DC

    Galleri Nakita, Stockholm

    Vanazff Gallery, Gothenburg

    Galerie des Art, Tunis

    Galerie 50×70, Beirut

    1992

    Flandria Gallery, Tangier

    1994

    Al-Manar Gallery, Casablanca

    Ab’aad Gallery, Amman

    Galerie 50×70, Beirut

    Al-Sayed Gallery, Damascus

    1995

    Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris

    1996

    Art Centre, Bahrain

    2002

    Azzawi Retrospective, Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris

    2003

    Palestine and Mahmoud Darwish: Large Polyptychs, Drawings, Prints and Books, Cité du Livre, Aix-en-Provence

    2004

    Recent Paintings, Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris

    St’Art – Strasbourg Art Fair, Galerie Claude Lemand, Strasbourg

    2006

    Prints and Sculptures, 4 Walls Gallery, Amman

    New Prints, Kalemmat Gallery, Aleppo

    New Paintings, Dar Al-Funoon Gallery, Kuwait

    New Prints, Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris

    2009

    Retrospective, ADMAF, Sixth Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Festival, Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi

    Recent Paintings, Meem Gallery, Dubai

    A Retrospective Collection: Works from 1979 to 2007, Espace Claude Lemand, Paris

    2012

    Facing History: Dia al-Azzawi and Leon Golub, Tate Modern, London

    Elegy To My Trapped City, Meem Gallery, Dubai

    Dia Al-Azzawi, Oriental Gardens, Recent Paintings, Espace Claude Lemand, Paris

    2013

    Bilad al-Sawad and Other Works, Art Paris, Grand Palais, Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris

    2014

    Frieze Masters, Meem Gallery, London

    2015

    Something Different: Sculpture and Tapestry, Meem Gallery, London

     

    SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

    Arab Monetary Fund, Abu Dhabi

    Barjeel Art Foundation, Sharjah

    Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris

    British Museum, London

    Arab Development Fund, Kuwait

    Fondation Colas, Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris

    Gulbenkian Collection, Barcelona

    Harba Collection, Iraq and Italy

    Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris

    Jeddah International Airport

    Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts, Amman

    Kinda Foundation, Saudi Arabia

    Library of Congress, Washington, DC

    Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha

    Museum of Modern Art, Baghdad

    Museum of Modern Art, Damascus

    Museum of Modern Art, Tunis

    The Saudi Bank, London

    Una Foundation, Casablanca

    The United Bank of Kuwait, London

    Victoria & Albert Museum, London

    Tate Modern, London

    The World Bank, Washington, DC

    SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

    1967

    First International Triennial, New Delhi

    1971

    Contemporary Arab Art, National Museum, Nicosia

    1975

    Seventh International Painting Festival, Cagnes-sur-Mer

    International Summer Academy, Salzburg

    1976

    Second Arab Art Biennial, São Paulo

    1980

    Salon de Mat, Paris

    FIAC, Galerie Faris, Paris

    Salon d’Automne, Espace Cardin, Paris

    1981

    Seventh International Grafik Triennial, Frechen

    1984

    British International Print Biennial, Bradford

    First Arab Contemporary Art Exhibition, Museum of Modern Art, Tunis

    1985

    Musée Hubert d’Uckerman, Grenoble

    1986

    Salon Comparaisons, Grand Palais, Paris

    Semitic Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

    Contemporary Arab Art, The Mall Gallery, London

    1987

    Third International Biennial Exhibition, Taiwan

    1988

    Olympiad of Art, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul

    Azzawi, Jumaie, Nasiri, Kufa Gallery, London

    1989

    Contemporary Art from the Islamic World, Barbican Centre, London

    Arab Graphic Art, NCCL, Kuwait

    1997

    Five Visual Interpretations, Green Art Gallery, Dubai

    1998

    Azzawi & Nasiri, Galerie La Teinturerie, Paris

    2001

    Machreq – Maghreb: Paintings and Books, Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris

    2002

    The Kinda Foundation Collection, Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris

    2003

    Fondation Colas, Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris

    Broken Letter, Contemporary Art from Arab Countries, Kunsthalle Darmstadt, Darmstadt

    2004

    Art Books and Painting, Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris

    2005

    Homage to Shafic Abboud, Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris

    Dafatir. Contemporary Iraqi Book Art, University of North Texas Art Gallery, Denton, Texas

    Improvisation: Seven Iraqi Artists, Bissan Gallery, Doha, Al-Riwaq Gallery, Manama, and 4 Walls Gallery, Amman

    2006

    Portraits of the Bird, Festival of Arts, Bastia, Corsica

    Word into Art: Artists of the Modern Middle East, British Museum, London

    Dafatir. Contemporary Iraqi Book Art, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota; Minnesota Centre for Book Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota; University of Texas, El Paso, Texas; Daura Gallery, Lynchburg College, Lynchburg, Virginia

    2007

    Dafatir. Contemporary Iraqi Book Art, The Centre for Book Arts, New York; Minneapolis Athenaeum, Minneapolis, Minnesota; NIU Art Museum, DeKalb, Illinois; The Jaffe Centre for Book Arts, Boca Raton, Florida

    2008

    Word into Art: Artists of the Modern Middle East, British Museum, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), Dubai

    Iraq’s Past Speaks to the Present, British Museum, London

    Iraqi Artists in Exile, Station Museum of Contemporary Art, Houston, Texas

    Dafatir. Contemporary Iraqi Book Art, Denison University, Granville, Ohio

    2009

    Modernism and Iraq, Columbia University, Wallach Art Gallery, New York

    2010

    Dia Al-Azzawi and Parviz Tanavoli, Abu Dhabi Art, Meem Gallery, Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi

    My Home Land, Art Sawa, Dubai

    Sajjil: A Century of Modern Art, Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha

    Interventions: A Dialogue Between the Modern and the Contemporary, Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha

    2011

    Art in Iraq Today: Part IV, Meem Gallery, Dubai

    Art in Iraq Today: Conclusion, Solidere, Beirut Art Center, Beirut and Meem Gallery, Dubai

    Elegy To My Trapped City, Abu Dhabi Art, Meem Gallery, Manarat Al Saadiyat, Abu Dhabi

    Mashreq Maghreb: Paintings, Sculptures and Prints, CAP, Kuwait

    2012

    Meem Projects 2012. Part 1: Letters in Art. Part 2: Modern Arab Art, Meem Gallery, Abu Dhabi Art, Manarat Al Saadiyat, Abu Dhabi

    2013

    Meem Projects 2013. Part 1: Modern Arab Art. Part 2: Contemporary Arab Art – How Do You Sleep At Night?, Meem Gallery, Abu Dhabi Art, Manarat Al Saadiyat, Abu Dhabi

    Modern Iraqi Art: A Collection, Meem Gallery, Dubai

    Tajreed (Abstract Arab Art), CAP, Kuwait

    Painting, Sculptures and Projects Garden, Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha

    2014

    Children of Gaza (in benefit of Salam ya Seghar in partnership with Save the Children), Meem Gallery, Dubai

    Post-Picasso: Contemporary Reactions, Museu Picasso, Barcelona

    Arab Modernities, Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris

    Art Paris, Grand Palais, Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris

    Sky Over the East: Works from the Collection of Barjeel Art Foundation, International Museum Day, Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation, Abu Dhabi

    2015

    Picasso in Contemporary Art, Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, Germany

    Picasso.Mania, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France

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    Dimensiones: 39 x 90 cm

    Premio: 20 000 MAD

    Referencia: 2081

    Dimensiones: 39 x 90 cm

    Premio: 20 000 MAD

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