in conversation with Rawiya at the Delfina Foundation

Tamara Abdul Hadi from 'Deviation' / Rawiya

© Tamara Abdul Hadi from 'Deviation' / Rawiya

 

As part of the parallel activities of the Collectives Encounter, I will be in conversation with Rawiya Collective at the Delfina Foundation on Monday 7th at 7pm.

Rawiya’s members Dalia Khamissy, Tanya Habjouqa and Tamara Abdul Hadi will discuss the benefit of working collectively and will present their personal work.

Rawiya’s members have been invited to participate in the 2nd Collectives Encounter at Format International Photo Festival (Derby) where they are launching the collective. Their artwork Deviation, commissioned by Yasmina Reggad, is part of the collective exhibition The Flâneur. The Dwelling Place of the Collective and ware exhibiting at Format festival in Derby from 3rd March to 4th April 2011.

Monday 7th March 2011, 19:00 – 20:00
The Delfina Foundation
29 Catherine Place, London SW1E 6DY
Free. Rsvp required.
To book your seat, please call or email rsvp@delfinafoundation.com

 

About The Delfina Foundation: Founded in 2007, the Delfina Foundation develops innovative models of cross-cultural dialogue via an inter-related programme of artistic residencies and public events, from talks to exhibitions.  The foundation support artists, curators and writers in expanding their practice via professional development and provide platforms for public engagement that investigates the role of art in society.

The Delfina Foundation is an independent, non-political arts organisation with charitable status. It is not a grant-making foundation.

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