Sudanese Film Group
Cinema
Mo Abbaro
Ceramicist, painter, writer, publisher
African Art Workshop
Filigree jewellery
Nuba Reports
Professional and citizen reporters
Akram Fathi
Interior designer and decorator
Mohamed Abdalla Otaybi
Painter
Kamala Ishaaq
Painter
Hussein Shariffe
Painter, Film Director, Poet
Frederique Cifuentes

Sudan: Emergence of Singularities

A season blending contemporary visual arts, photography, theatre, music, design, films and words from and about Sudan

23rd March – 6th May 2017
P21 Gallery,
21 Chalton St, Kings Cross,
London NW1 1JD

OPENING HOURS | Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 12:00hr-18:00hr, Wednesday 12:00hr-20:00hr, Saturday 12:00hr-16:00hr

Curated by Frederique Cifuentes

P21 in collaboration with curator Frederique Cifuentes are delighted to announce the launch of their new seasonal programme Sudan: Emergence of Singularities.

Taking place from 23rd March – 6th May 2017, Sudan: Emergence of Singularities will include an interdisciplinary art exhi- bition, film screenings, talks and events that expose a mix of voices and new perspectives for understanding the Sudanese society and cultures with maximum freedom of expression.

Sudan: Emergence of Singularities is the first and most exciting Sudanese contemporary art exhibition in the UK and in the heart of London Kings Cross from established and emerging artists, writers and intellectuals as well as special guests whose works are related to Sudan. The show will stage an unprecedented and rich artistic portrait of Sudan on an international scale.

Curated by Frederique Cifuentes, the programme will examine the artistic development of a country, which is often ignored by the general media, art critics and galleries in the UK and worldwide and unknown to the general public.

Sudan: Emergence of Singularities has the important task of presenting and fostering creativity, expectations, prospects and achievements from one of the most challenging social and political environments in the world. Sudan’s creatives have been isolated from the rest of the region and the international literary and artistic scenes for decades.

Arab Fund for Arts and Culture
Arab British Centre London
Dabanga Art Gallery Khartoum Sudan
P21 Gallery London
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