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Decolonizing Art Narratives: Nadia Ayari in conversation with Ruba Katrib

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Mar 17, 2021 06:58 PM

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Nadia Ayari
Nadia Ayari is a painter living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Straddling abstraction and figuration, Nadia Ayari’s work often negotiates the personal and the political. She has had solo projects at Luce, Turin (2009), Monya Rowe, New York (2011), The Third Line, Dubai (2013), Taymour Grahne, New York (2016), Untitled, Miami Beach (2016), London, (2019), ArtGenève (2020) and participated in the 12th International Cairo Biennale (2010), the 3rd Thessaloniki Biennale (2011) and Art Dubai Projects (2014). Her work was also exhibited at the Saatchi Gallery, London, Maraya Art Center, Sharjah, Institut Du Monde Arabe, Paris, American University Museum, Washington DC, and Abrons Art Center, NY. She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY." https://nadiaayari.com/
Ruba Katrib
Ruba Katrib is Curator at MoMA PS1 in New York. From 2012 - 2018 she was Curator at SculptureCenter in New York. At MoMA PS1 she has curated solo exhibitions with Fernando Palma Rodríguez and Julia Phillips (2018). At SculptureCenter, she organized the group exhibitions 74 million million million tons (2018) (co-curated with artist Lawrence Abu-Hamdan), The Eccentrics (2015), Puddle, pothole, portal (2014) (co-curated with artist Camille Henrot), Better Homes (2013), and A Disagreeable Object (2012); and solo shows of the work of Carissa Rodriguez (2018), Kelly Akashi, Sam Anderson, Teresa Burga, Cercle d’Art des Travailleurs de Plantation Congolaise (CATPC), Nicola L., Charlotte Prodger (all 2017), Rochelle Goldberg, Aki Sasamoto, Cosima von Bonin (all 2016), Anthea Hamilton, Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook, Magali Reus, Gabriel Sierra, Michael E. Smith, Erika Verzutti (all 2015), David Douard, and Jumana Manna (both 2014). Katrib was co-founder of the residency and exhibition space Threewall