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Mona Hatoum (* 1952 Lebanon, Palestinian origin; lives in London and Berlin) is one of the most important contemporary artists. Since 2002, Universes in Universe has informed about her work in several articles and visual tours through exhibitions. This special feature offers a direct access to this extensive material, which also includes some artworks that are hard to find documented elsewhere, such as Hatoum's interventions in the historical collection of Fondazione Querini Stampalia in Venice in 2009.
"Central to Hatoum’s oeuvre is the elemental human psyche that she elucidates with precision and an economy of material and form that is the hallmark of minimalism and conceptual art. Her exhibitions are permeated with the tension of oppositional emotive experiences--desire and revulsion, safety and fear, security and threat—thereby creating ‘states of being’ within which the viewer is at once implicated and challenged." (Salwa Mikdadi)
Interview with Mona Hatoum in the context of her survey show that started in 2015 at the Pompidou. By Christine van Assche.
Her first exhibition in Argentina, Fundación Proa, 2015. 30 works in unexpected juxtapositions. Curator: Chiara Bertola.
The Negotiating Table, reenactment of the performance from 1983, and a video by Mona Hatoum, presented at the event directed by Okwui Enwezor
Fondazione Querini Stampalia, Venice. Informative photo tour through the exhibition, parallel to the 53rd Venice Biennale, 2009. By Binder & Haupt
Photo tour through the solo exhibition of previously unshown works at Galerie Max Hetzler Temporary in Berlin, 2008
A constantly changing installational sculpture of 770 jute sacks at the gallery of Berlin’s DAAD artists program, 2008
Installation by Mona Hatoum with cages built by children at a workshop that she directed in Cairo in 2006. At Rohkunstbau, Germany.