Calendar

Tue 24 May. ’22
Live! Public Event
18:00
Salon am Moritzplatz
Berlin
What Is the Day Today, Mr. Locke?
mohit.art invites a live- and online audience to attend (video-) talks and virtual studio visits in Tehran with artists Bita Fayyazi, Behnam Kamrani, Negar Tahsili, and Newsha Tavakolian. Screening of four virtual studio visits followed by a discussion with the artists. Live with Tahsili and Hannah Jacobi (moderation) at Salon am Moritzplatz, Berlin, the other artists will join the discussion remotely. 18:00-21:00 (CET)
Wed 25 May. ’22
Public Event
Khaneye_Ma
Kerman
Art Book Workshop
In the frame of the exhibition "This Is Not a Suitcase" at Khaneye_Ma Art Residency, Kerman, art book expert Hedieh Ahmadi will hold a two-day workshop where participants will be invited to examine the art- and photobook as an artistic medium.
Thu 26 May. ’22
Exhibition
Khaneye_Ma
Kerman
This Is Not A Suitcase
On view until May 26, 2022 at Khaneye_Ma Art Residency in Kerman, Iran: "A Selection of Photobooks from Deutscher Fotobuchpreis 2021/22." Presented by mohit.art in cooperation with Deutscher Fotobuchpreis (German Photobook Award), Stuttgart; Emkan Gallery, Tehran; Hasht Cheshmeh Art Sapce, Kashan; and Khaneye-Ma, Kerman.
Public Event
Khaneye_Ma
Kerman
Art Book Workshop
In the frame of the exhibition "This Is Not a Suitcase" at Khaneye_Ma Art Residency, Kerman, art book expert Hedieh Ahmadi will hold a two-day workshop where participants will be invited to examine the art- and photobook as an artistic medium.
Fri 10 Jun. ’22
Publication
online
Honar-e Jadid: A New Art in Iran
Majid Akhgar’s analysis “What Influences Iranian Artists? The Case of Contemporary Art” takes a critical look at art production in Iran during the 20th century.
Fri 24 Jun. ’22
Publication
online
Honar-e Jadid: A New Art in Iran
In her conversation with post-conceptual artist Danh Vo, Sabeth Buchmann adresses Vo's latest undertaking which turns a former estate in Brandenburg, Germany, into a collective project focussing on flower and plant cultivation. They thereby broach the issue of current tendencies in contemporary "global" art to unite art and life in the sense of sustainability.