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For the closing of the exhibition "Iman Issa. Book of Facts" artists Renée Green and Iman Issa will reflect on the common interests, recurring themes, connecting questions, and points of confluence shared by their own artistic practices. Issa’s exhibition in the daadgalerie provides the starting point for an open discussion on various facets of their own practices and continues in a public form the existing dialogue between the two former fellows of the Artists-in-Berlin Program of the DAAD.

In English; free admission

Iman Issa, born 1979 in Cairo (EG), lives and works in Berlin. In 2017 she was a fellow of the Artists-in-Berlin Programme. Her work has been presented in various international solo and group exhibitions, including the Whitechapel Art Gallery London (2017), the Kunsthalle Lisbon (2016), and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York (2016). Iman Issa was nominated for the Preis der Nationalgalerie in 2017 and is the winner of the Vilcek Prize for Creative Promise 2017. She currently teaches at the Hochschule für Künste in Bremen.

Renée Green, born 1959 in Cleveland, Ohio (USA), lives and works in Somerville, MA and New York City. In 1993 she was a fellow of the Artists-in-Berlin Programme. Green’s exhibitions, videos, and films have been seen throughout the world in museums, biennials, and festivals. A selection of her books includes "Other Planes of There: Selected Writings" (2014), "Endless Dreams and Time- Based Streams" (2010), and "Ongoing Becomings" (2009). She is a Professor at ACT, the MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology, School of Architecture + Planning. During the Fall 2019, Green is the Ellen Maria Gorrissen Fellow at the American Academy in Berlin. Her work is currently on view in Berlin at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in the group exhibition "Love and Ethnology – The Colonial Dialectic of Sensitivity (after Hubert Fichte)", and in Nagel Draxler Galerie Kabinett, with her solo exhibition, "Prelude".



Image: Iman Issa, "Dialogue (Study for 2019)", 2019
Aluminum, paint, white shelves, text panel under glass, installation
Part of the Lexicon series, 2012-2019
Photographer: Thomas Bruns


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