Women Without Men
Un film de Shirin Neshat et Shoja Azari, 2009
Coproduction Allemagne / Autriche / France
[Summer 2006] Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum for Contemporary Art, Berlin October 1–December 4, 2005 Through poetry/art humans have survived. – Shirin Neshat Shirin Neshat’s chromatic single-channel projection Zarin (2005) had its premiere in Berlin. This 35 mm film, transferred to dvd, does not catapult viewers onto the seashore and into musical expanse – as does Passage – […]
[Fall 2001] This article was originally published only in French. You can read it by switching over to the French version of this page. Summary Imbued by the question of identity and addressing mainly Western viewers, Shirin Neshat’s production constantly negotiates the variety of perspectives (masculine, feminine, feminist, Middle Eastern, Western, Asian) that come together […]
June 16, 2016 [originally published in Fall 2010] — World Press Photo included his [Laurent Guérin] photographs of street children in India in a show held at the Maison de la Culture Frontenac in Montreal in 2004. These photographs – in which all the chaos and beauty of India, from street life to more contemplative imagery, are captured – became the book Hindi Pop.
June 23, 2016 [originally published in Fall 2010] — This exhibition highlights narrative disruption and its consequences in five mature bodies of photographic and video work, and demonstrates how the uncanny seeps in and out of those ruptures in an auratic and seismic way, even as meaning and dénouement are delayed. Works by Bettina Hoffman, Carlos and Jason Sanchez, Milutin Gubash, Eve K. Tremblay, and Chih-Chien Wang…