• Huguette Caland: Faces and Places - Closing Event (Online)

    Huguette Caland: Faces and Places - Panel Discussion (Online)

Huguette Caland: Faces and Places - Panel Discussion (Online) 


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Please join us online for a discussion on Huguette Caland: Faces and Places exhibition with curator, Mohammed Rashid Al Thani in conversation with Brigitte Caland and Tarek El-Ariss.  

This talk will take place over Zoom. You will receive a booking confirmation upon registration and a link to join the talk on the Zoom app.  

This discussion is in English and simultaneous Arabic translation will be provided.

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Mohammed Rashid Al Thani  

Mohammed Rashid Al Thani is a curator, writer and founding director of the Institute of Arab and Islamic Art (IAIA), the first nonprofit in America dedicated to contemporary art from the Arab and Islamic region. His latest work includes the curation of Huguette Caland’s largest Museum exhibition currently held at Mathaf.

Brigitte Caland  

Brigitte Caland has a PhD from Inalco, Paris and teaches Ancient Hebrew at the Department of Arabic and Near Eastern Languages at the American University of Beirut. She also manages the estate of her mother, artist Huguette Caland.

Tarek El-Ariss

Tarek El-Ariss is Professor and Chair of Middle Eastern Studies at Dartmouth. Working across disciplines and languages, his research interests include contemporary Arabic culture, literature, and art; new media and cyber culture; digital humanities; Nahda literature, and literary theory. His publications include Trials of Arab Modernity and Hacks, and Scandals: Arab Culture in the Digital Age to name a few.

Nora Abdulmajeed  

Nora Abdulmajeed holds an MA in History of Art from University of London and has been working in museums and galleries for more than eight years. Her latest project is acting as an Assistant Curator of Huguette Caland: Faces and Places exhibition at Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art.