Mounir Fatmi


Gallery News for Mounir Fatmi

Mounir Fatmi in Miami, Brooklyn, Marrakech and Thessaloniki

The solo exhibition Modern Times takes place at Miami Beach Urban Studios Gallery, Florida International University, Miami Beach until 28 August, curated by Alpesh Patel. Fatmi is also included on the group exhibitions Diverse works: Director’s Choice, 1997-2015 at the Brooklyn Museum, in New York until 2 August; Traces of the Future at the Marrakech Museum for Photography and Visual Arts, Morocco until 30 September; FOMO at Sextant & +, Marseille, France until 2 August; and at the 5th Thessaloniki Biennale in Greece until 30 September.

Mounir Fatmi in Brazil

Mounir Fatmi is included in this year’s 1st Trio Biennale in Rio de Janeiro from 4 September to 8 December. The biennal, titled Who said that tomorrow doesn’t exist? is an international exhibition of contemporary art around three-dimensional sculpture, installations and objects taking into account the expanded fields of painting, photography, performance and video. Other exhibitions showing the work of Fatmi include Espace Arlaud in Geneva, titled Seins à Dessein from 12 September to 8 November as well as the 2nd International Bodrum Biennial in Turkey, titled Tolerance, from 12 September to 12 November.

Mounir Fatmi in Geneva

Mounir Fatmi’s Permanent Exiles is a mid-career retrospective bringing together 25 sculptures, installations and films produced since the opening decade of the millennium. According to the gallery statement the exhibition ‘tackles issues of discontinuity, physical and mental detachment and the vulnerability they cause.’ At the Musee d’art Moderne et Contemporaine in Geneva, Switzerland until 10 May

Mounir Fatmi solo and group exhibitions worldwide

Mounir Fatmi’s forthcoming solo exhibitions include C’est encore la nuit for Institut Français de Meknès at Prison Kara, Meknès, Morocco that opens on 14 April; a special six-hour screening of Sleep Al Naim to be shown in the framework of the 20th Anniversary of the MAMCO, Cinema Le Spoutnik, Geneva, Switzerland on 10 May and the rounding off of Permanent Exiles at MAMCO, Geneva, Switzerland until 10 May. Forthcoming group exhibitions showing the work of Fatmi include Diverse works: Director’s Choice, 1997-2015 at the Brooklyn Museum, NY, USA from 15 Apri to 2 August; The Jameel Prize 3 at the Sharjah Museum of Islamic Art, UAE until 6 June; Fotofest 2014: View from the Inside at Abu Dhabi Music & Art Festival, UAE until 20 April; You love me, you love me not at Galeria Municipal do Porto, Portugal until 17 May; 1914-2014. Cent ans de création au Maroc at MMVI Musée Mohammed VI, Rabat, Morocco until 28 May and The Sublime: Contemporary Works from the Collection at QAGOMA, Brisbane, Australia until 24 May.

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  • Solo exhibitions

    mounir fatmi / Suspect Language / 2012

    Group exhibitions

    Edge of Silence / 2015

    Other People's Memories / 2015

    Surfacing / 2014

    In Context / 2010

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  • Press for Mounir Fatmi

    Mounir Fatmi / La Gazelle / Habib Bourguiba / January - March 2014

    Mounir Fatmi: L'art de la reconstruction (973 KB)

    mounir fatmi / Millennium Film Journal / No. 54

    My Father Has Lost His Teeth by mounir fatmi (3 MB)

    mounir fatmi / Millennium Film Journal / No. 53

    mounir fatmi's Abstracting Winds by Laura U. Marks (3.3 MB)

    mounir fatmi / Drome Magazine No. 19 / Spring-Summer 2011

    One More Minute of Sun by Barbara Polla (6.1 MB)

    mounir fatmi / Art Absolument

    Les Transformations Fondamentales by Pierre-Olivier Rollin (5.2 MB)

    Dak'Art 2010 / Nafas Art Magazine / May 2010

    Dak'Art 2010: Looking back, facing forward? by J. Bouwhuis & K. Winking (217.8 KB)

    Mounir Fatmi / Whitehot Magazine / New York / 16 January 2010

    Mounir Fatmi at Galerie Hussenot by Blaire Dessent (610 KB)

    A grassy, rectangular church / Art South Africa / Winter 2010

    A grassy, rectangular church by James Sey (2.7 MB)