Voice of Women
Based in Dubai 'Andakulova Gallery' hosts its first all-female exhibition “Neither a shouting match nor a polite droning” and showcases a selection of different practices of female artists from Central Asia.
The exhibition takes its name from an article “Reflections” by a curator Jane Farver, whose primary concern has been “to include the unincluded in the dialogue”. This exhibition is all about pulling together female artists at various stages of their careers and showing how they are all working differently to claim the right to face and to react against the established and cultural traditions.
This new exhibition sheds more light on Central Asian art that is still almost blank on the art-world map.
Saule Suleimenova, From the series "AstanaLine". #11 Umai Goddess, 127x180cm, Acrylic on photo, Print on canvas, 2016
This new exhibition sheds more light on Central Asian art that is still almost blank on the art-world map. Andakulova Gallery brings to the audiences in Dubai an exhibition of female artists whose work reflects the breadth of Central Asia culture twenty years after independence.
Among the participants: Saule Suleimenova (Almaty, Kazakhstan); GABO (Almaty, Kazakhstan) creative duet of two identical twin-sisters, Galia and Bota Kusainovs; Suinbike Suleimenova (born in1992, Almaty, Kazakhstan), the youngest artist in the exhibition; Rimma Gagloeva (born in1940, Tskhinvali, North Ossetia), the eldest artist at the exhibition, and Bakhyt Bubicanova (Aktobe, Kazakhstan).
GABO Kussainovs, Kazakh Ornaments – 4 & 5, each piece - 100x80 cm, Acrylic on Canvas, 2014
Rimma Gagloeva, Still Life, 80x70cm, Oil on Canvas, 1996
Bakhyt Bubicanova, After R. Magritte Neo Golgonda, 45x51cm, Photo Print, Edition 1/5, 2013
Suinbike Suleimenova, Smartphone Poetry, 2015
The exhibition “Neither a shouting match nor a polite droning” lasts from December 7th, 2016 till March 6th, 2017 at Andakulova Gallery, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.