Current Exhibition / -

Hayv Kahraman, Audible Inaudible / Slavs and Tatars, Made in Germany

September 18 – October 22, 2016

  • Hayv Kahraman, Get Directions (Left), 2016, Oil on linen, 89 x 89 cm

    Hayv Kahraman, Get Directions (Left), 2016, Oil on linen, 89 x 89 cm

  • Hayv Kahraman, LRAD 3, 2016, Oil on linen, 169 x 169 cm

    Hayv Kahraman, LRAD 3, 2016, Oil on linen, 169 x 169 cm

  • Hayv Kahraman, Turn in Bombmaker, 2016, Oil on linen, Diptych, 122 x 152 cm each_1

    Hayv Kahraman, Turn in Bombmaker, 2016, Oil on linen, Diptych, 122 x 152 cm each_1

  • Hayv Kahraman, Turn in Bombmaker, 2016, Oil on linen, Diptych, 122 x 152 cm each_2

    Hayv Kahraman, Turn in Bombmaker, 2016, Oil on linen, Diptych, 122 x 152 cm each_2

  • Hayv Kahraman, Untitled (1), 2016, Oil on linen, 81.3 x 81.3 cm

    Hayv Kahraman, Untitled (1), 2016, Oil on linen, 81.3 x 81.3 cm

  • Hayv Kahraman, Would You Like to Play 1, 2016, Wood panel and magnets, 108 x 80 cm

    Hayv Kahraman, Would You Like to Play 1, 2016, Wood panel and magnets, 108 x 80 cm

  • Slavs and Tatars, Made in Germany, 2015, Vacuum-formed plastic acrylic paint, 64 x 91 cm

    Slavs and Tatars, Made in Germany, 2015, Vacuum-formed plastic acrylic paint, 64 x 91 cm

  • Slavs and Tatars, Dschihad, 2015, Vacuum-formed plastic acrylic paint, 64 x 91 cm

    Slavs and Tatars, Dschihad, 2015, Vacuum-formed plastic acrylic paint, 64 x 91 cm

  • Slavs and Tatars, Kitab Kebab (En Islam Iranien), 2013, Books and metal skewer, 50 x 60 x 40 cm

    Slavs and Tatars, Kitab Kebab (En Islam Iranien), 2013, Books and metal skewer, 50 x 60 x 40 cm

  • Slavs and Tatars, Triangulation (Not Maui Not Medina), 2011, concrete and paint, 27 x 24 x 23 cm

    Slavs and Tatars, Triangulation (Not Maui Not Medina), 2011, concrete and paint, 27 x 24 x 23 cm

  • Slavs and Tatars, Sarazenen 1, 2015, newspaper cover and acrylic paint, 57x 40 cm, with frame 68 x 50 cm

    Slavs and Tatars, Sarazenen 1, 2015, newspaper cover and acrylic paint, 57x 40 cm, with frame 68 x 50 cm

  • Slavs and Tatars, Reverse Dschihad, Urdu, 2015, Sceenprint on polished steel, 144 x 122 cm, Photo David von Becker

    Slavs and Tatars, Reverse Dschihad, Urdu, 2015, Sceenprint on polished steel, 144 x 122 cm, Photo David von Becker

  • Slavs and Tatars, PraySway (brown), 2015, Wood steel and rope, 370 x 77 x 14 cm, Photo David von Becker

    Slavs and Tatars, PraySway (brown), 2015, Wood steel and rope, 370 x 77 x 14 cm, Photo David von Becker

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Gallery 1: Hayv Kahraman, Audible Inaudible

The Third Line is pleased to present Audible Inaudible, Hayv Kahraman’s fourth solo show in Dubai. Hayv returns with a new body of works on linen, wood and paper through which she narrates the violence of sound and the sonic trauma connected to her past – and that of many others – as an Iraqi immigrant.

Press Release

Hayv Kahraman - bio

Gallery 2: Slavs and Tatars, Made in Germany

When we think of foreign powers in the Middle East, we often think of France, England or the United States. For their second exhibition at The Third Line, Made in Germany, Slavs and Tatars look to the unlikely story of German Orientalism and what it can tell us about Europe’s contemporary relationship to Islam.            

A rare, original copy of the publication will be presented for the run of the exhibition. 

To mark their tenth year of practice, Slavs and Tatars will present a mid-career retrospective at three institutions: CCA Ujazdowski, Warsaw; CAC Vilnius, and Salt, Istanbul.

Press Release

Slavs and Tatars - bio