Naeem Mohaiemen Related Press

Naeem Mohaiemen at SALT Beyoğlu Related Press Naeem Mohaiemen at SALT Beyoğlu 1 March 2019, Art in America

Naeem Mohaiemen, a filmmaker and writer of Bangladeshi extraction, was born in London in 1969, graduated from Oberlin College in Ohio, and is currently a PhD candidate in anthropology at Columbia Univ

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Naeem Mohaiemen: ‘I wanted to take the documentary form and jar it’ Related Press Naeem Mohaiemen: ‘I wanted to take the documentary form and jar it’ 21 January 2019, The Guardian

Naeem Mohaiemen was born in London in 1969 to Bengali parents and grew up in newly independent Bangladesh. As a visual artist and writer he returns often to the political struggles of the 1970s and th

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The 2018 Turner Prize Focuses on Video Art in Political Times Related Press The 2018 Turner Prize Focuses on Video Art in Political Times 3 December 2018, Hyperallergic

The Turner Prize is famously known as the art world's most provocative prize. From Damien Hirst's formaldehyde cows, Tracey Emin's tampon-strewn bed, and Martin Creed's flickering lights, the nominees

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One Word: The Meaning of ‘Hegemony’ Related Press One Word: The Meaning of ‘Hegemony’ 1 November 2018, Frieze

Nineteen years after I first watched it, two scenes from Sofia Coppola's The Virgin Suicides (1999) have stayed with me. An early sequence, in which a teenager explains her death urges to a bewilder

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“There Is No Last Man”: British-Bangladeshi artist Naeem Mohaiemen at MoMA PS1 Related Press “There Is No Last Man”: British-Bangladeshi artist Naeem Mohaiemen at MoMA PS1 3 October 2018, Art Radar

There is No Last Man, currently on view at MoMA PS1, features two recent film works by multimedia artist Naeem Mohaiemen, in an exhibition organised by Chief Curator of MoMA PS1 Peter Eleey and Assi

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Turner prize 2018 review – no painting or sculpture, but the best lineup for years Related Press Turner prize 2018 review – no painting or sculpture, but the best lineup for years 24 September 2018, The Guardian

It took me more than half a day to view this year's Turner prize show – almost everything deserves a second look. One of the best and most demanding in the exhibition's history, I also see trouble ah

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Four Turner Prize nominees are announced Related Press Four Turner Prize nominees are announced 26 April 2018, The New York Times

An organization that uses architectural rendering software to uncover human rights abuses and three artists depicting social, racial and political issues in film have been nominated for the Turner Pri

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2018 Turner Prize Shortlist Spotlights Moving Image Artists Related Press 2018 Turner Prize Shortlist Spotlights Moving Image Artists 26 April 2018, Hyperallergic

This morning, Tate Britain revealed the four artists shortlisted for the 2018 Turner Prize. This year's nominees are the London-based architecture and media research agency Forensic Architecture; the

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“I Wish to Let You Fall Out of My Hands (Chapter I)”: Bangladeshi filmmaker Naeem Mohaiemen and Pakistani artist Bani Abidi – in conversation Related Press “I Wish to Let You Fall Out of My Hands (Chapter I)”: Bangladeshi filmmaker Naeem Mohaiemen and Pakistani artist Bani Abidi – in conversation 26 February 2018, Art Radar

I wish to let you fall out of my hands (Chapter I) at Experimenter presents the works of Bangladeshi visual artist, writer and filmmaker Naeem Mohaiemen and Pakistani artist Bani Abidi in an exhibit

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Left Behind? Related Press Left Behind? 19 February 2018, Frieze

Naeem Mohaiemen was born in London in 1969, to Bengali parents. In 1970, his family returned to what was then East Pakistan, just before the outbreak of the 1971 war that split the country and birthed

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Bare Life: Naeem Mohaiemen’s There Is No Last Man by Tom McDonough Related Press Bare Life: Naeem Mohaiemen’s There Is No Last Man by Tom McDonough 29 January 2018, BOMB

Artist and writer Naeem Mohaiemen has, over the last fifteen-odd years, created one of contemporary art's most ambitious and experimental of documentary practices. His current exhibition, _There Is No

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