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Sama Alshaibi at Museum De Wieger
Beautiful Stranger
21 May - 18 September 2017
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Sama Alshaibi is featured in an exhibition of works from The Nadour Collection at the Museum De Wieger in the Netherlands. Organised by Diana Wiegersma, and on view from 21 May until 18 September, Beautiful Stranger is divided into three themes: ‘Hubris,’ ‘Crossroads,’ and ‘Exodus.’ Highlighting a variety of media, this collective exhibition includes other artists from North Africa and the Middle East such as Youssef Nabil, Kader Attia, Larissa Sansour, Ahmed Mater, and Sara Rahbar. Alshaibi is represented in the ‘Exodus’ section of the show with the video work Sweep.

 

Assembled by Rüdiger K. Weng and curator Diana Wiegersma, The Nadour Collection aims to promote artists from across the Arab world and Iran. In the summer months, Sama Alshaibi is featured in an exhibition of works from The Nadour Collection at the Museum De Wieger in the Netherlands. Organised by Diana Wiegersma, and on view from 21 May until 18 September, Beautiful Stranger is divided into three themes: ‘Hubris,’ ‘Crossroads,’ and ‘Exodus.’ Highlighting a variety of media, this collective exhibition includes other artists from North Africa and the Middle East such as Youssef Nabil, Kader Attia, Larissa Sansour, Ahmed Mater, and Sara Rahbar. Alshaibi is represented in the ‘Exodus’ section of the show with the video work Sweep.

 

Assembled by Rüdiger K. Weng and curator Diana Wiegersma, The Nadour Collection aims to promote artists from across the Arab world and Iran. 

 

Image: Sama Alshaibi, Sweep, (video still), 2009, single channel video