Bouchra Khalili celebrated by FACE Fondation
Witch Hunt, curated by Connie Butler, is a group show with Bouchra Khalili will be on view at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles from October 4, 2020 through January 10, 2021.
“The exhibition will showcase the work of 15 midcareer artists working in a range of disciplines (sculpture, installation, painting, video, and performance), including the French-Moroccan artist Bouchra Khalili. Witch Hunt will offer a strong feminist perspective— spanning race, class, religion, ethnicity, and geography—and encourage dialogue about some of today’s most urgent issues, ranging from violence against women and transgender people to the right to free speech and protest in a democratic society.”
The Politics of Freedom: Claude Cahun and Bouchra Khalili
Dean Daderko, of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Texas was granted a curatorial fellowship for research on The Politics of Freedom: Claude Cahun and Bouchra Khalili, in partnership with the Musée des Beaux Arts de Nantes.
“This research project pursues ongoing investigation into the archives of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore’s artwork and ephemera in Nantes, France and the Isle of Jersey and includes an interview the Moroccan-French visual artist Bouchra Khalili in Paris. This work will help Dean Daderko collect material for his exhibition Traces: Art, Politics, and Resistance.”