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Roxy Farhat: Still interested in this image?

In this solo exhibition, Roxy Farhat invites the viewer to an intuitive and absurd translation of this commercial imagery in the public space. With a number of new works and an interactive installation, Farhat builds a world of artificial images, laughters, and mirrors. At once pleasant and grotesque, Still interested in this image? features creamy neons and eerie repetition.

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To Where Are We Beautifully Going? | Vol I: CinemAfrica presented by Samuel Girma

To Where Are We Beautifully Going? ​is a series of performative talks, lectures, film screenings, interventions that invite the audience to experience a plurality of visuality, practice and thought. In these times we are in, of rampant uncertainty, negated history and a sense of tipping chaos it is crucial to forge kinships that traverse borders creating a stronger sense of connection. In this first installment we invite curator, writer and activist Samuel Girma who will give a talk on CinemAfrica, and delve deep into his practice. He will also present and show the film Affirmations by the late American filmmaker, profesor, poet, and gay rights activist Marlon Riggs. Affirmations is part of the CinemAfrica 2020 Film Festival programme.

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OPEN CALL for submissions to SAKINA Magazine

SAKINA Magazine is looking for submissions by creative Muslim women worldwide to feature in our next issue. The submissions can range from art and photography to short stories, poetry or articles. Make sure to tag and share with your creative friends! The collaboration between Skånes konstförening and SAKINA started when Ikram Abdulkadir was awarded The Sven and Ellida Hjort Exhibition Grant in 2019/2020. SAKINA edited the artist publication We Will Meet Again in Paradise for Abdulkadir’s exhibition.

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CIA KANTHI IS THIS YEAR’S RECIPIENT OF SVEN AND ELLIDA HJORT’S EXHIBITION GRANT

Skånes konstförening is happy to announce that the Malmö-based artist Cia Kanthi is this year’s recipient of Sven and Ellida Hjort’s Exhibition Grant.

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