Side by Side Gallery Akim Monet GmbH

Winter Accrochage 'Women'

Winter Accrochage 'Women'

untitled 10 (from the series "king's harem") by halim al-karim

Halim Al-Karim

Untitled 10 (from the Series "King's Harem"), 2008

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i can't find the truth by hussein al-mohasen

Hussein Al-Mohasen

I can't find the truth, 2013

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no fly zone by hussein al-mohasen

Hussein Al-Mohasen

No fly zone, 2013

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in the mosque by amira behbehani

Amira Behbehani

In the Mosque, 2013

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sleeping female figure by jean-baptiste carpeaux

Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux

Sleeping Female Figure

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reclining figure by aimé-jules dalou

Aimé-Jules Dalou

Reclining Figure

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casque d'or by majida khattari

Majida Khattari

Casque d'Or, 2013

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piercing by akim monet

Akim Monet

Piercing, 2001

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lourdes by akim monet

Akim Monet

Lourdes, 2006

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la jouissance by akim monet

Akim Monet

La Jouissance, 2009

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untitled i by tahmineh monzavi

Tahmineh Monzavi

Untitled I, 2013

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seated female nude, her hand on her sex by auguste rodin

Auguste Rodin

Seated female nude, her hand on her sex, ca. 1900

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Friday, January 24, 2014Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Potsdamer Strasse 81b
Berlin, Germany

Side by Side Gallery Akim Monet, Berlin, freut sich darüber, Sie zu der Eröffnung ihrer 8. Ausstellung einzuladen:

WOMEN
ERÖFFNUNG: Freitag, 24. Januar 2014 - 18 bis 21 Uhr

Hussein AL MOHASEN (b. 1971)
Halim AL KARIM (b. 1963)
Amira BEHBEHANI (b. 1964)
Majida KHATTARI (b. 1966)
Akim MONET (b. 1968)
Tahmineh MONZAVI (b. 1988)
Sueraya SHAHEEN (b. 1965)

&

Jean-Baptiste CARPEAUX (1827-1875)
Aimé-Jules DALOU (1838-1902)
Auguste RODIN (1840-1917)

Diese Ausstellung zeigt zeitgenössische Kunst aus dem Nahen Osten, alle davon zeigen Abbilder von Frauen - dem gegenüber stehen drei klassische Skulpturen des 19. Jahrhunderts.

This exhibition features contemporary works from the Middle-East depicting women, in a dialogue with three classical sculptures from the nineteenth century.