Artists Ayrson Heráclito, Rosângela Rennó, and curator Agustín Pérez Rubio will discuss the invisibility and marginalization imposed upon populations of African and indigenous descent by History and Art discourses—and their blatant, yet veiled social marginality.
( 4 articles reference Walid Raad )
Gulf Labor is a coalition of artists, writers, curators, educators and others working to ensure that workers’ rights are protected during the construction and maintenance of new cultural institutions on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi. Our work was initiated in response to a Human Rights Watch report  on labor conditions on Saadiyat Island. Members of Gulf Labor, along with Who Builds Your Architecture?, will present at the “Global South Asia” conference on Saturday, February 16th…
Walid Raad is one of the most important contemporary artists from the Middle East. He has created a highly influential and internationally recognized body of work that includes photography, video, text, installation, and performance. In his challenging works, Raad has developed innovative methods for imaging war and for exploring political and social conflicts in art…
April 10, 2007 hG
Presentation and conversation
The Loudest Muttering is Over: Documents from The Atlas Group Archive
Artist; Chbanieh, Lebanon