Modern arab art formation of arab aesthetics

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Modern Arab Art: Formation of Arab Aesthetics by Nada M. Shabout

“Groundbreaking. Shabout elucidates two critical issues that have thus far received inadequate scholarly attention—the distinction between Islamic Art and Arab Art and the relatedness of the political and artistic processes in the history of Arab modernity.”—Shiva Balaghi, coeditor of Picturing Iran: Art, Society and Revolution

One of the first publications to consider the various cultural and social conditions that have helped shape Modern Arab Art as a recent phenomenon linked to the rise of Arab identity, the impact of western art training, and a search for a contemporary language which links with Islamic art but is discontinuous with it.--Fran Lloyd, Kingston University
 
Art is one way to visualize the interconnectedness of people and this book shows us how related in influence and aspirations we all are.--Linnea S. Hedrick, Miami University

Modern Arab Art provides a historical and theoretical overview of the subject from the 1940s through today. With particular emphasis on production, reception, and the intersection between art and politics in Iraq and Palestine, Nada Shabout reveals the fallacy in Western fascination with Arab art as a timeless and exotic “other.”
 

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Modern Arab Art: Formation of Arab Aesthetics

Art Dubai Modern Symposium is a series of talks and presentations focused on the life, work and cultural impact of 20 th century masters from the Middle East, South Asia and Africa. Renowned curators, scholars and patrons will lead the sessions that delve into the styles, influences and practices of artists whose work contributes to the history of art produced in the 20 th century. Iftikhar Dadi. The masterclasses focused on Beirut, Baghdad, Dakar and Lahore, and examined the ways in which each respective city has contributed to the modern art scene while also exploring how political and cultural factors have impacted and reshaped history. Courtesy of Gulbenkian Foundation Archives. Exhibition of Iraqi art in the temporary exhibition hall, at an unknown date possibly in July

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The book offers further examinations into Arab creativity, modernity and tradition, Arab Cultures, nationalism, the influence of Western art, globalization, and Orientalism, among other topics. This book should help encourage further investigations of this new and interesting art.
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Dia Azzawi born is an Iraqi born painter and sculptor, now living and working in London and one of the pioneers of modern Arab art. He is noted for incorporating Arabic script into his paintings. Active in the arts community, he founded the Iraqi art group known as New Vision and has been an inspiration to a generation of young, calligraffiti artists. Dia Azzawi also known as Dia al-Azzawi was born in al-Fadhil, the oldest traditional neighbourhood of Baghdad, in Azzawi studied archaeology at the College of Arts in Baghdad, graduating in and later studied at the Institute of Fine Arts, under the guidance of the eminent Iraqi artist, Hafidh al-Droubi, and graduating in Azzawi explains, "This contrast meant that I was working with European principles but at the same time using my heritage as part of my work.

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