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Angela Harutyunyan


Forms that Matter: Six Exercises in Art Making

[Installation view of Mahmoud Khaled's exhibition

Mahmoud Khaled: Painter on a Study Trip  Gypsum Gallery, Cairo, Egypt 1 April - 6 May, 2014    Gypsum Gallery in Cairo opened only about a year ago in a leafy corner of the city’s Belle Époque neighborhood Zamalek. The Gallery has become a real presence in the local art scene rather quickly. With an active program of solo exhibitions, the Gallery’s director Aleya Hamza offers a unique space in Egypt that blends contemporary art’s critical frameworks with ...

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Dr. Angela Harutyunyan is Assistant Professor of Art History and Theory at the American University of Beirut. She is Associate Editor of ArtMargins, a new peer-reviewed journal on art practice and art historiography published by MIT Press. She is also the co-director of The Summer Seminars for Art Curators in Armenia organized since 2006. Her research interests include methods of (art) historiography, art and autonomy, post-Socialist art of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, contemporary art in the Middle East, and methods and theories of curating.