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Rosalind Nashashibi (b. 1973, Croydon / UK) is a London-based artist working primarily in film, painting and printmaking. In 2003 she won the Beck's Futures prize; in 2017 she participated at the documenta in Kassel and was nominated for the Turner Prize. Rosalind Nashashibi studied at Glasgow School of Art; and Sheffield Hallam University.

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Rosalind Nashashibi and Lucy Skaer, 2017
"Our current collaboration, Why Are You Angry, explores Gauguin's paintings of Tahitian women. The project, whose title and poses directly reference the painter's works, explores the problems and possibilities that arise from his specific view of women. The film oscillates between staged and spontaneous shots of Tahitian women in front of their homes, at work, and in our rented apartment." - Nashashabi/Skaer

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Paul Gauguin – Why Are You Angry?

26. Mar 2022 10. Jul 2022
  • 11. Dec 21. Feb 2016
    The Biography of Things ACCA - Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne
  • 04. Jul 06. Sep
    Sudoku Kunstverein München