Art DubaiMarch 25, 2020
Unit 17, Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde, Alerkal Avenue, Dubai
24 - 28 March 2020
As we comply with the orders of social distancing in public spaces, we call upon the vastness of social media and the virtual sphere. In light of this, Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde is pleased to bring to you a selection of works displayed in our virtual booth on the Art Dubai 2020 Online Catalogue.
Here, you will be able to see a rich roster of works from our artists, including Ramin Haerizadeh, Rokni Haerizadeh, Hesam Rahmanian, Manal AlDowayan, Hoda Tawakol, :mentalKLINIK, Hassan Sharif, Mohammed Kazem, Haleh Redjaian and Latif Al Ani.
ARTISSIMAOctober 7, 2019
Booth: Light Blue, 12
Oval Lingotto Fiere, Turin
1 - 3 November 2019
Preview: 30 October 2019
For Artissima 2019, we will present a selection of artists from the gallery programme including Hassan Sharif, Hoda Tawakol, Ramin Haerizadeh, Rokni Haerizadeh and Hesam Rahmanian.
HODA TAWAKOLHi Ventilation - 20 Years September 9, 2019
Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, Hamburg
22 September – 10 November 2019
On the occasion of Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof's 20th anniversary, the museum is presenting an ambitious exhibition of 20 artists in celebration of this milestone. We are pleased to share that Hoda Tawakol has been invited to participate and will display new hanging soft-sculptures referred to as Lures. Charged with the tactile sensuality of Louise Bourgeois and taking form as a cross between dismembered body parts or childhood toys, they become objects of temptation or attraction.
Hoda TawakolImmaculate March 4, 2019
Galerie im Marstall, Ahrensburg, Germany
31 March - 12 May 2019
Hamburg-based Franco-Egyptian artist Hoda Tawakol's upcoming exhibition at Galerie im Marstal, a public art space will stage an ambitious large-scale room installation, in which the artist examines the body as an important facet of identity and as a reflection of society itself. Her practice is a personal inquest into female corporeality and the universal perception of it, both in Middle Eastern and Western contexts, attempting to deconstruct symbols and archetypes that beset female agency.