By Sami Zaptia.
London, 7 February 2017:
Tripoli’s Art House is celebrating its 24th anniversary by putting on an exhibition entitled ‘’Reflection’’. The show will run from 11 to 16 February.
The manager of the Art House, Emad Pacha Agha, described the Reflection exhibition to Libya Herald as ‘‘a specific experiment to exhibit the understanding of a photograph in order to explore the visual text as a linguistic and cultural discourse between the photograph and text’’.
Pasha Agha said the show will feature work by Jamila Wahidi, Hiba Shalabi, Rania Dallali and Anas Saad. Hiba Shalabi will also be exhibiting in the Imago Mundi sponsored by the Benetton Foundation to be exhibited in Palermo, Sicily at the Zisa Zona Arti Contemporanee for the first Biennale of the Med in Sicily.
Libya’s collection will be exhibited alongside hosts Sicily and the Campania region of Italy as well as Algeria, Croatia, Egypt, France, Greece, Italy, Lebanon, Morocco, Montenegro, Palestine, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Syria, Tunisia and Turkey. The exhibition will take place from 18 February until 10 March 2017.
The Libyan collection is entitled (Libya Freedom) ‘‘Libya: Hurriya – Contemporary Artists from Libya”.