29.09.2016 OPENING CEREMONY, 19:00 (7:00pm) - FREE ENTRANCE

BARDO National Museum,  03 Franklin Roosevelt Avenue, Algiers ALGERIA


Al-Tiba9 Algiers 2016

4th Edition

International Exhibition of Contemporary Art & Performance

المعرض الدولي للفن المعاصر - الطبعة الرابعة

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Addressing a reflection about the transgression remains today still difficult, because it is often perceived negatively, as destruction. Yet it would be fairer to say that breaking the ban is a deconstruction but also a reappropriation of a reality that seems obsolete for reconstruction. This disorder, this episodic chaos seems to be necessary by its positive side but especially appropriate to seek its meaning because the transgression certainly allows access to new forms, to a new order without "CONCERN" of its meaning and its founder character, We could fear an uncontrollable violence.

Arab Thinkers and poets have all highlighted the evidence of the paradox of a thought before to incorporate the reconciliation of opposites (Ibn Arabi, Abu Nawas, Al Allaj); In the other part, the West side Heraclitus, Nicolas de Cus, Kant emphasized the complexity of being, his aporetic side, dualism's end: the turbulence takes part of humanity;  chaos is creative.

"Transgression is at the heart of any act establishing a tradition or custom. That is why we must take this expression of a creative imagination at work.

 

French version

 

Curated by : Mo' Mohamed Benhadj & Mazia Djab

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EXHIBITION - Fourth Edition

BARDO National Museum,  03 Franklin Roosevelt Avenue, Algiers.

Not far from the beautiful National Museum of Antiquities, is an ancient and spectacular Turkish mansion that has been immaculately restored and transformed to become the Bardo National Museum of Algeria. The building is a spectacular attraction in its own right, with its superb architecture and decorative design, and it houses some of the best and most exclusive artifacts and unusual items that visitors are ever likely to see.

The Bardo museum was established in the mansion in 1930, and its eighteenth century style provides the museum with a unique and beautiful home.


EXHIBITION - Fourth Edition

BARDO National Museum,  03 Franklin Roosevelt Avenue, Algiers.

Not far from the beautiful National Museum of Antiquities, is an ancient and spectacular Turkish mansion that has been immaculately restored and transformed to become the Bardo National Museum of Algeria. The building is a spectacular attraction in its own right, with its superb architecture and decorative design, and it houses some of the best and most exclusive artifacts and unusual items that visitors are ever likely to see.

The Bardo museum was established in the mansion in 1930, and its eighteenth century style provides the museum with a unique and beautiful home.

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Event Calendar

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Opening ceremony

Saturday September 29th, 7:00 PM

Al-Tiba9 4th edition, brought to you by Arab curators from Algeria. Art works on view from painting, sculpture, installation, photographic art, video & net art and performance art of 18 national and international artists from around the globe.

live Performance

Saturday September 29th, 8:00 PM

Selected Performance will be performed live during the Opening Ceremony by the algerian performer Mo' Mohamed Benhadj from 7:30pm in the antique Marbel yard of Bardo National museum of Algiers.

Cocktail lounge

Saturday September 29th, 8:30 PM

The cocktail lounge will be hosted in the heart of Bardo National Museum and its spectacular garden, including :

Welcome Cocktail, free drinks and buffet and lounge music until 11:30pm


Artists

Photography

Amel Benmohamed / Algeria

Mazia Djab / Algeria

Mounir Fatmi / Morocco

Painting

Claudio Burei / Italy

Installation & Sculpture

Albert Coma Bau / Spain

Giuliana Bellini / Italy

Claudio Burei / Italy

Ulla Karttunen / Finland

Performance

Mo' Mohamed Benhadj / Algeria

Video Art

Elena Bellantoni / Italy

Valentina Fernandez / Germany

Mounir Fatmi / Morocco

Wall painting

Amine Aitouche / Algeria

Mounir Fatmi / Morocco


Photos

Main exhibition & Performance


Video

Opening Ceremony


Venue Location

Bardo National Museum