DePaul Art Museum > Exhibitions > Iraqi Art Now: Looking Out, Looking In
Jananne al-Ani, Untitled (Gulf War Series), 1991. Silver gelatin prints.
Iraqi Art Now: Looking Out, Looking In is a collection of paintings, sculpture, drawings, and prints by 33 Iraqi artists, many of whom live in Europe and North America, and some of whom are living in their native country.
Artists include: Iman Abdullah, Shoresh Amin, Jananne al-Ani, Sina Ata, Hamid al-Attar, Maysaloun Faraj, Said Farhan, Sadik Alfraji, Ghassan Ghaib, Naman Hadi, Haky Jasim, Himat, Oded Halahmy, Jafar Kaki, Leila Kawash, Nihajet Khalaf, Amer Khalil, Osama Khatlan, Salam Khedher, Hana Mal Allah, Ali Mandalawi, Nedim Muhsin, Maha Mustafa, Mahmud al-Obaidi, Mohammed Quraish, Ibrahim Rashid, Rebwar, Talal Refit, Munir al-Saadawi, Rashad Selim, Kamal Sultan, and Sadiq Toma.
This exhibition is organized by Maysaloun Faraj, an Iraqi artist and curator, and was first shown in 1999 at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London.