June 2020

 

"LICHTBLICK" video exhibition at Kunsthalle am Hamburger Platz (Art space & department of 'Weißensee Art Academy Berlin'.

 June 13th to July 20th.

KHHP Gustav-Adolf-Straße 140, Berlin

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May 2020

"Artist At Work" group exhibition, curated by Noor Abed at Khalil Sakakini Cultural Center, Ramallah.

Online exhibition:

https://artistatworkkscc.com/Rania-Atef

December 2019

End of year exhibition of MASS Alexandria program 2018/2019

13-15 December, Alexandria

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November 2019

"While being an Octopus" will be shown in Switch Art Project, Nenagh, Ireland.

3-10 November 2019

October 2019

"Not only Ostriches bury their heads in sand" will be installed at IN/OUT Festival by the museum of Fine arts in Amman, Jordan.

15-31 October 2019

August 2019

"While being an Octopus" will be shown during Gender Bender 2019/ a joint project of the Goethe-Institute / Max Mueller Bhavan and Sandbox Collective in Bangalore, India.

 

 Bangalore International Center

 21st-24th August, 7:30 P.M.

July  2019

Glad to be selected among 10 grantees for Gender Bender 2019/ a joint project of the Goethe-Institute / Max Mueller Bhavan and Sandbox Collective in Bangalore, India.

More updates here

 

May 2019

Artist Correspondent for Qayyem Curatorial Program at MMAG Foundation, Amman, Jordan. Initiated by Mass Alexandria.

Supported by Almawred Althakafy (Culture Resource).

 May 1-5, 2019 .

April 2019

Roznama 7th edition - visual art competition and exhibition, at Mashrabia Gallery, Townhouse and Medrar.

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2019 / 7:00 p.m.

April 2019

Artist talk in collaboration with M/OTHER VOICES

discussing ’Do I Look Like a Seahorse’?! project.

 at Upominki Art space.

Monday, April 8, 2019 /10:00 - 12:00

Sint-Mariastraat 132 B, Rotterdam , The Netherlands

April 2019

Artist Talk during the second edition of the ZinaSalon, through discussion with  Myriam Sahraoui, co-founder of Zina and Adviseur Morocco at Dutch Culture.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

April 9th,2019 / 7:00-9:00 p.m.

January 2019

"Do I look like a seahorse?" will be shown at "The wrecking and healing of the postnatal body" exhibition, part of  "Too much here and barely there" project by the Dutch artist Annabel Kanaar, funded by Mondrian Funds in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

27 January 2019

November 2018

I am glad to be part of  "Tashweesh" Festival on Feminism organized and hosted by Goethe Institute in Cairo. The festival program contains performances, conversations and screenings.

 © 2020 by Rania Atef 

 Cairo, Egypt

rania.a.nasser@gmail.com

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