Róza El-HassanIn Between

Zeichnungen und Objekte

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Róza El-HassanIn Between
Zeichnungen und Objekte

Text(s) by Anita Haldemann, Eva Scharrer, ed. Anita Haldemann, graphic design by Atelier Sternstein

German, English

2012. 120 pp., 144 ills.


25.20 x 28.20 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-3237-6

Between ornament and protest

Róza El-Hassan (*1966 in Budapest) is one of Hungary’s most prominent contemporary artists. Over the past twenty years, the Hungarian-Syrian artist has acquired an international reputation for her drawings, sculptures, objects, installations, actions, and videos. Her body of drawings is like a golden thread running through her multifaceted, project-oriented oeuvre, which also includes artistic collaborations and curatorial involvement. The drawings included in this publication call attention to El-Hassan’s development—from the early, abstract, conceptually influenced works produced in the nineties to the more personal and emotional pieces of the past decade, which draw on her own experience. The overarching theme is the ambivalence arising from the mix of artistic autonomy, political relevance, and aesthetic ambition.

Exhibition schedule: Kunstmuseum Basel, February 11–May 20, 2012

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