Exhibitions & Fairs

A selection of works from the previous London Perpetual Movement exhibition were subsequently on show at the debut Armenia Art Fair in Yerevan between 11 and 14 May 2018. During the fair a video work by Araz Farra was translated into Armenian.

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Installation view: Armenia Art Fair. Image courtesy Nata Sokolowska

 

During Arab Women Artists Now Festival (AWAN) throughout March 2018 at Rich Mix in London, Perpetual Movement considered the relationship between migration and memory in connection to the Arab world and its diaspora. Predominantly photography based , the exhibition included the work of 7 emerging women artists with roots in the Arab region: Yumna Al-Arashi, Nada Elkalaawy, Shaikha Fahad Al Ketbi, Thana Faroq, Araz Farra, Nadia Gohar and Najd AlTaher. The exhibition was featured in Vogue Arabia, The Art Newspaper, Middle East Eye, Sky News Arabia, Mille, Jdeed, Canvas and a number of other leading arts publications. The exhibition received funding from The Arts Council, Rich Mix and Aramex.

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Installation view: Perpetual Movement as part of Arab Women Artist’s Now (AWAN) Festival. Image courtesy Aisha Doherty

 

Hidden Visions took place between 14 and 19 April 2015 at Chelsea Gallery inside Chelsea Town Hall. The group exhibition involved the work of 7 young artists – Maeve Buckenham, Miranda Chance, Darcy Keverian, Bethany Lamont, Stephanie Linne, Tom Plumptre and John Michael Taylor – who have all been affected by and tackle the subject of mental illness in their work. The exhibition took place thanks to funding from O2 Think Big.

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Upcoming:

At Armenia Art Fair 2019 (June 2019), Gallery Girl will be presenting the work of two London-based Armenian artists: Luska and Ripsy May. Both artists are also singers, with Luska performing in Armenia during Armenia Art Week.

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