Textural Threads Exhibition

Textural Threads and Ana Djazairi Exhibitions

‘Textural Threads’ & ‘Ana Djazairi’ Exhibitions: Forming an integral part of the 'Arab Women Artists Now' (AWAN) Festival, these two exhibitions, curated by Najlaa El-Ageli, bring a mix of artistic practices that touch upon the Arab female identity, the human body, ethnic origin, culture and some political considerations. In 'Textural Threads' we see five very strong Arab artists who are redefining the female space and emerging art from the MENA region.

Textural Threads: A Collective Show Redefining The Female Space And Emerging Art From MENA

United by what can only be described as the fearless feminine spirit, ‘Textual Threads’ brings five strong emerging artists who will inspire you, challenge you and make you marvel at the different creative ways each has chosen to approach some of the difficult topics impacting on the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region today, whilst also offering internal transformations. With a womanly abandon in the use and choice of highly different textures and methods, what is pertinent to the Arab is here revealed and with a great cross-section of origins coming from Syria, Libya, Algeria, Saud