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Sharjah Biennial 10
Ziad Antar
Burj Khalifa Expired, 2010
black and white silver print
150x150cm, Commissioned by Sharjah Art Foundation
Artist in Residence, courtesy of the artist

Sharjah Biennial 10

Jumana Emil Abboud » Hala Alani » Ziad Antar » Atfal Ahdath (Vartan Avakian, Hatem Imam & Raed Yassin) » Yto Barrada » Judith Barry » Bahar Behbahani » Ammar Bouras » Jem Cohen » Trisha Donnelly » Harun Farocki » Mariam Ghani » Ahmad Ghossein » Rokni Haerizadeh » Gilbert Hage » Hatem Imam » Alfredo Jaar » Emily Jacir » Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige » Julia Meltzer & David Thorne » Amar Kanwar » Bouchra Khalili » Josephine Meckseper » Almagul Menlibaeva » Naeem Mohaiemem » Jean-Luc Moulène » Rosalind Nashashibi » Melik Ohanian » Walid Raad (The Atlas Group) » Hrair Sarkissian » Hrair Sarkissian » Rania Stephan » Rayyane Tabet » Jalal Toufic » Apichatpong Weerasethakul » Jane & Louise Wilson » Raed Yassin » Akram Zaatari » Artur Zmijewski »

Exhibition: – 16 May 2011

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Sharjah Biennial 10
Jean-Luc Moulène
La Vigie (work in progress), 2010, diaporama, plants, photo prints
dimensions variable, Produced by Sharjah Art Foundation
Installation view, photo by Amina Khansaheb

Sharjah Biennial 10: Plot for a Biennial Curated by Suzanne Cotter, Curator, Guggenheim Abu Dhabi Project and Rasha Salti, Creative Director, ArteEast with Associate Curator Haig Aivazian. The curatorial framework for the 10th edition of the Sharjah Biennial, titled Plot for a Biennial draws on the idea of a treatment for film, replete with a plot, characters and motives. It is woven from a constellation of key words and themes that include Treason, Necessity, Insurrection, Affiliation, Corruption, Devotion, Disclosure and Translation. Within this conceptual and lexical framework, artists, filmmakers, musicians, writers and performers constitute a cast of protagonists that include The Traitor, The Collaborator, The Experientialist and The Traducer. We propose Plot for a Biennial as a platform for multiple conversations with a distinctly worldly perspective yet thoroughly engaged with the city of Sharjah, its past and present, and its political economy centred on trade and translation. Artists' contributions come to life in a variety of forms and encounters, encompassing painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, etching, cartography, film, performances, publications and lectures. Seminal works by established figures are presented in relation to contemporary artists from over thirty countries across a host of sites and spaces, from the Arts and Heritage areas to the Institute for Theatrical Arts, Hamra Cinema and the Sharjah Cricket Stadium. Suzanne Cotter, Rasha Salti and Haig Aivazian

Sharjah Biennial 10
Ammar Bouras
Tagh’out, 2011, multi-channel mixed-media installation,
2 light boxes, 500x220cm each, Commissioned by Sharjah Art Foundation
Installation view, photo by Plamen Galabov
Sharjah Biennial 10
Rosalind Nashashibi
Shelter for a New Youth, 2011, mixed-media installation,
photographs mounted on aluminum and acrylic paint on MDF,
painting on wood, trees, areesh
Courtesy of the artist and Tulips & Roses, Brussels.
Commissioned by Sharjah Art Foundation with support from the British Council
Installation view, photo by Alfredo Rubio
Sharjah Biennial 10
Hrair Sarkissian
Execution Squares, 2008
One of fourteen lamda prints mounted on aluminium.
Courtesy of Kalfayan Galleries, Athens - Thessaloniki