Between the Self and its True Home
Link to the exhibition booklet
Curated by: Farshid Bazmandegan and Rachel Hakimian Emenaker
The New Wight Biennial 2022: Between the Self and its True Home highlights multidisciplinary works from artists exploring ideas of exile, diaspora, and migration. Between the Self and its True Home features the work of 27 artists from across the globe, which encompass some of the many stories of the present-day challenges which the artists have experienced due to race, ethnicity, gender, religion, war, and persecution. It proposes that the work of these artists in between their current home and former home (whether ancestral or physical) has created a place for timely and meaningful work across places and borders.
Julie Avetisyan, Katayoun Bahrami, Eva Balayan, Jackie Castillo, Gabrielle Constantine, Katherine Yaochen Du, Katrin Fallah, Anvar Hassanpour, Yulia Gasio, Elisheva Gavra, Weihan Jiang, Tehan Ketema, Sophie Kovel, Christine Yerie Lee, Alberto Lule, Laïla Mestari, Maya Nguyen, Chinaedu E. Nwadibia, Aquilah Ohemeng, Sammaneh Pourshafighi, Mehregan Pezeshki, Mohammad Sabir SABIR, Araks Sahakyan, Zelikha Zohra Shoja, Chanell Stone, Vivian Vivas, and Rebecca Wakim.
New Wight Gallery
Broad Art Center, Suite 1100
Los Angeles, CA 90095