Art Paris offers themes in tune with those that are omnipresent in both society and contemporary art. After Art & Environment in 2022, Art Paris has entrusted in 2023 independent curator and founder of Beirut-based TAP (Temporary Art Platform), Amanda Abi Khalil, to curate a theme on “Exile : Dispossession and Resistance”. This theme will shine a spotlight on a selection of 18 international artists chosen from the exhibiting galleries whose work addresses questions in relation to exile.
“Leaving a place does not necessary mean we are no longer there.Whether exile is chosen or forced upon us, it is always something to be endured. In the current context of tensions caused by migration, which is exacerbated by wars, economic and climate crises amongst other reasons, this theme sets out to address the complex, porous and highly personnel character of exile and understand it above and beyond purely geographical and identity-based connotations.Amanda Abi Khalil
Majd Abdel Hamid (Palestine)
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Anas Albraehe (Syria)
Saleh Barakat Gallery 
Iván Argote (Colombia)

Taysir Batniji (Palestine)

Galerie Eric Dupont 
Roberto Cabot (Brazil)

Galerie Anne De Villepoix 
Leyla Cardenas (Colombia)

Dix9 – Hélène Lacharmoise 
Nabil El Makhloufi (Morocco)

L’Atelier 21 
Leylâ Gediz (Turkey)

The Pill 
Tirdad Hashemi (Iran)

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Zarina Hashmi (India)

Galerie Jeanne Bucher Jaeger 
Aung Ko (Myanmar)

A2Z Gallery 
Nge Lay (Myanmar)

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Boris Mikhailov (Ukraine)

Galerie Suzanne Tarasiève 
Myriam Mihindou (Gabon)

Galerie Maïa Muller 
Estefanía Peñafiel Loaiz (Ecuador)

Galerie Alain Gutharc 
Laure Prouvost (France)

Galerie Nathalie Obadia 
Christine Safa (France)

Galerie Lelong & Co. 
José Ángel Vincench (Cuba)

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