Gallery

    Gallery is a new curatorial space in Bidoun devoted to visualizations of each issue’s theme.

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    Hicham Benhound, La Salle de Classe. Courtesy of Agence VU
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    Trisha Donnelly, Untitled, 1974–2004. Enamel on paper, 96 x 42 in. Collection of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, purchased with funds provided by the Drawings Committee. Photo by Brian Forrest
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    Shirana Shabazi, Courtesy the artist
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    Roman Ondak, Sated Table,1996. Courtesy Galerie Martin Janda
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    Atlas Group, Secrets in the open sea, Secrets in the Open Sea consists of twenty-nine photographic prints that were found buried under the rubble during the 1992 demolition of Beirut’s war-ravaged commercial districts. The prints were different shades of blue, and each measured 110 x 175 cm. The prints were entrusted to the Atlas Group in 1994 for preservation and analysis. In l996, the Atlas Group sent six of the prints to laboratories in France fortechnical analysis. Remarkably, the laboratories recovered small black and white latent images from the blue prints. The small images represent group portraits of men and women. The Atlas Group was able to identify all the individuals represented in the black and white images. All were individuals who had drowned, died, or been found dead in the Mediterranean between 1975 and 1991. Courtesy the artist