One of Iraqs leading contemporary female artist. A key member of the 'Eighties Generation' Hanaa Malallah's work emanates from her experience of 35 years of life and work in war-torn Iraq.
Contemporary of Dia Al-Azzawi.
Student of Shaker Hassan Al Said
Hana Mal Allah
Joint exhibition with KennardPhillipps
The Mosaic Rooms
226 Cromwell Road
London SW5 0SW
London, 20th April– 8th June, 2012
Swiss Re (Gherkin), London, 2011
The Mosaic Rooms, London, April–June, 2012
Swiss Re (Gherkin)
Barjeel Art Foundation
Art in Iraq Today conclusion show
Art in Iraq Today
Beirut Exhibition Centre
The Park Gallery would be delighted to welcome you to our stand at Abu Dhabi Art 2012 where we will be presenting important works by the following artists:
Chafic Abboud, Yousef Ahmad, Abdallah Benanteur,Naseer Chaura, Georges Cyr, Rakan Dabdoub,Saliba Douaihy, Mohammad El Rawas,Paul Guiragossian,Louay Kayyali, Hussein Madi, Hanaa Malallah,Fateh Moudarres, Abdullah Murad, Omar el-Nagdi,Omar Onsi, Georges Sabbagh, Ahmad Durak al-Sibai
Our stand will be located at booth M20, in Manarat Al Saadiyat.
Abu Dhabi Art, 7-10 November 2012
Saadiyat Cultural District, Abu Dhabi.
Solo exhibition December 2012
Chelsea College of Arts & Design London University / Triangle Gallery, February 2013
Hanaa Mallalah in Conversation with Mo Throp
ICA, Friday 19 April, 1pm
Iraqi artist Hanaa Mallalah talks to Mo Throp about her art on the tenth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq.
A recent exhibition at Chelsea College of Art entitled Ten Years After: Reflections on the invasion of Iraq set out specifically to explore the consequences of the decision by western politicians to invade Iraq in the belief that they held Weapons Of Mass Destruction. Hanaa Malallah presented new work with artists kennardphillipps and Mo Throp.
Hanaa Malallah has been a Visiting Fellow with Chelsea's Graduate School as a political refugee since she fled her post as Professor of Fine Art at Baghdad University following the invasion. She will be talking about the consequences of the invasion through her own experience as an artist and with reference to the work in the exhibition.
Malallah talks to Dr Mo Throp, artist and Associate Researcher with the Graduate School at Chelsea, Camberwell & Wimbledon Schools of Art.