- EXHIBITION: Etel Adnan et les Modernes at MUDAM Luxembourg – through Sep 08, 2019 (6/7/2019) - Since the 1960s, the poet, writer and painter Etel Adnan (b. 1925, Beirut) has built up a body of work that makes significant links between the image and text; Eastern and Western cultures; Modernism and contemporary art. Her work reflects a sensitive, dynamic relationship with the world, exploring questions of landscape, abstraction, colour, writing, memory …
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- EXHIBITION: Works and Days at Moma PS1 – on view through September 2, 2019 (6/7/2019) - MoMA PS1 presents the first solo museum exhibition in the United States of the work of Simone Fattal (Lebanese and American, b. 1942). This retrospective brings together over 200 works created over the last 50 years, featuring abstract and figurative ceramic sculptures, paintings, watercolors, and collages that draw from a range of sources including war …
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- INTERVIEW : Collage of Mass Destruction, L’Officiel Art, Spring 2016 (4/7/2016) - Simone Fattal was born in Damascus, grew up in Lebanon, studied in France and made California her home before returning to live and work in Paris. Her practice spans several media but is constantly impregnated with the history of the regions of today’s Arab world, tracing a fine line between genius of forms and …
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- EXHIBITION: Simone Fattal, Sharjah Art Foundation, 12.03.16 – 12.06.16 (4/7/2016) - This solo exhibition features recent works by Simone Fattal including sculpture, simple non-figurative ceramic forms and works based in textual compositions, collage as well as paintings. http://www.sharjahart.org/exhibitions-events/current-upcoming-events/simone-fattal
- EXHIBITION: Heartland – Territoire D’Affects, Beirut Exhibition Center, An exhibit by 17 Lebanese contemporary artists (10/24/2015) - Internationally renowned Lebanese artists will present their artworks addressing the emotional territory of love, disenchantment, fusion and rejection. The participating artists react to an imposed situation, an experience, a sensation, a memory. They express themselves through sounds, installations, paintings, photography, and films. A highly sensitive exhibition whose idea is to touch the artists’ truth, and …
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- EXHIBITION: Karma International, Switzerland, Oct 23 – Nov 28, 2015 (10/23/2015) -
- EXHIBITION: Ceramix, Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht, Netherlands, Oct 16, 2015 – Jan 31, 2016 (10/16/2015) - Through more than 250 artworks, Ceramix tells the story of ceramic art from the beginning of last century to the present, with a strong focus on the post-war production of artistic ceramics and the contemporary art of Europe, North America and Asia. Includes 4 pieces from Simone Fattall.
- EXHIBITION: Nel Mezzo Del Mezzo, Italy, Oct 10 – Nov 20, 2015 (10/12/2015) -
- EXHIBITION: Balice Hertling Gallery in Paris features Simone Fattal, March 3 – April 11, 2015 (3/3/2015) -
- New York Times: “Far From Home, an Arab Summer” (7/17/2014) - “This is very much a show about touch. It’s the distinguishing feature of the terra cotta sculptures by Fattal.”
- EXHIBITION: New Museum in New York City presents “Here and Elsewhere,” contemporary art from and about the Arab world (7/11/2014) - “The effigies of Fattal appear as ancient artifacts, but simultaneously call attention to current events and relations of power.”
- The Daily Star (Lebanon): Fattal reflects upon an ageing world (7/11/2014) - “Fattal’s work reforms the gallery space into a sort of temple, a microcosmic universe riddled with totem and ritual.”
- Now Media: Children of Adam: Art that invokes the ancient to tell stories of today (6/30/2014) - “They are primitive, naked, bold; they have come from afar, but to tell stories of today.”
- EXHIBTION: “Gres et Porcelaines” at Galerie Tanit (6/24/2014) - Beirut, June 24, 2014 – September 6, 2014
- Exhibition at the residence of U.S. Ambassador (2/18/2014) - “The exhibition is a display of modern ideas about movement, about people who are moving, their recollections.”
- Kurir (2/15/2014) - “The exhibition was inspired by Belgrade in the residence of the U.S. ambassador”
- Blic Online: Exhibition “Ping Pong” at the U.S. Embassy (2/14/2014) - “The works are inspired by Belgrade, a place of memories that have undergone many changes throughout history.”
- Daily Politika: “Moving and relocation — inspired Serbian and American artists (2/14/2014) - “Serbian and American artists opened the show “Pingpong” at the residence of U.S. Ambassador Michael Kirby.”
- Modern Art at the US Embassy (2/14/2014) - An exhibition of 20 works from 16 artists of Serbia and other countries of the world who live in the United States.
- Danas: “Ping Pong in the U.S. residence” (2/13/2014) - “Last night’s opening of the exhibition “Ping Pong” in Belgrade residence of U.S. Ambassador Michael Kirby”
- EXHIBITION: Art Elysees 2013 (10/24/2013) - Paris, October 24 – 28, 2013. Group show: Simone Fattal, Martin Assig, Moje Assefjah, Sonja Braas, Ricardo Brey, Heba Al Akkad, Fouad EL Khoury, Serge Najjar, Roy Samaha, Jalal Toufic
- Simone Fattal: centaurs, bulls, myths (12/9/2011) - The Syrian artist sculpts the clay and iron to develop a reflection on the mysteries and myths of origins.
- Cultural Agenda: “The queen of Tyre and other sculptures” (5/3/2011) - “The strength of the sculptures by Simone Fattal is to explore the establishment archaic.”
- EXHIBTION: “La Reine de Tyr et autres sculptures” at Espace Kettaneh Kunigk (Tanit) (3/2/2011) - Beirut, March 2, 2011 – April 20, 2011
- EXHIBITION: Europia (1/7/2010) - Paris, January 7 – 29, 2010