Opening reception is on Thursday, 12 at 7-9pm
On September 11th 2001, the United States was struck to the core. The beginning of a millennium suddenly sounded more like the end of a dynasty. In the meantime, the U.S. has imprinted the footsteps of forced marches upon the world, with its working class, new filmmakers, artists, or young recruits. Whether in the hellish provinces of Vietnam or on Wall Street, they have all served the American dream, each doing their part, willingly or not, in the great factory that is the western imagination. Throughout Mike Stevens’ solo exhibition Behind The Crisis, the artist marks out new, highly politicized visions of this great capitalist factory, behind which a world is just barely holding on.
Nuqat Kuwait Conference 2015 Exhibitions
About the Conference:
The Copy/Paste Syndrome: Is anything original? Is imitation a disease? This November, Nuqat’s sixth annual conference will be organized around the theme of ‘Copy/Paste Syndrome,’ looking at how imitation both inspires and limits creative production.
List of Exhibitions at CAP:
Solo exhibition for the Iranian artist Salar Ahmadian by JAMM Art
Islamopolitan Exhibition – Kuwait Edition by Maraya Art Center
Preview of Constant Caricature – political cartoonist Ali Ferzat
Jeff Koons Installation by King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture Exhibition
Exhibitions are ongoing until 19th of November, 2015
Tel: +965 24925636
Opening hours: 10am-8pm Saturday-Thursday
Address: Life Center (Industrial Shuwaikh, Block 2, Street 28, Top floor). The same building as Eureka/Midas.
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