Through poetry, video, photography, book-making, and other visual art forms, these artists ask important questions for the future. Amidst the ashes of crises, where do we find the agency to disrupt? In what form do we resist while carrying the burden of the shadows from which we emerge? How can we critically reflect on and reimagine our ongoing journey?
Featuring artwork by Amir Al-Azraki, Noor Gatih, Ali Yousif Mahmood Al-Baroodi, Ishtar Backlund Dakhil, Niga Salam Latif, Noor Majed-Suleiman, Yusser Salih, Sundus Abdul Hadi, Layla Mortadha, Hassan Abdulrazzak, Maryam Wissam Al Dabbagh, Maya Alinaizi, asmaa al-issa, Gorka Mohamed, Ali Sabah Rasool Aslan, Baqer Majid, Angham Nasser Al Zubady, Maitham Alharbi, Ali Jassim, Shatoo Gurji, and Karar Nasser.
Featured image: Family, part of the series The New Sumerians by Sundus Abdul Hadi.
Today, Tomorrow is curated by Rand Abdul Jabbar, Basil Al-Rawi, and Sajjad Abbas. Website exhibition design by Ya Khadijah. Produced and co-presented by the Iraqi and American Reconciliation Project and the Anderson Center at Tower View.
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