Hanaa Malallah
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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

Hanaa Mal-Allah
Hanaa' Malallah
Hana Mal Allah
Henaa Mal'Allah

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Education

2008 – Post Graduate Certificate In Islamic & Modern Art: SOAS University
(Art & Archaeology Dept); Certificate in Academic English (Reading & Writing); Delivering seminar (Ruins Technique in Contemporary Iraqi Art)

2005 – PHD / Doctorate degree in the Philosophy of Painting, Baghdad University
Thesis title: Logic Order in Ancient Mesopotamian Painting

2000 – MA in Painting: Baghdad University

1988 – BA in Painting: Academy of Fine Arts, Baghdad

1979 – Diploma in Graphic Art: Institute of Fine Arts, Baghdad

 

Solo Exhibitions

2017 – Drone Hits Ziggurat of UR, Al Rewaq Art Space, Bahrain

2016 – Biohazard, DOLPH projects, London

2014 – Works on Paper, The Park Gallery, London

2013 – The Park Gallery, London

2012 – Inception Gallery, Paris

2009 – Vivid Ruins, The Mosaic Rooms, Qattan Foundation, London

2006 – Albareh Art Gallery, Bahrain

2005 – Anda Gallery, Amman

2002 – Anda Gallery, Amman

1999 – Drawing, Athar Gallery, Baghdad

1998 – Schedules and Signals, Athar Gallery, Baghdad

1996 – Icons of Environment, Hiwar Art Gallery, Baghdad

1995 – Abaad Gallery, Amman

1994 – Pursuing the Trace, Atelier Nadhar, Baghdad

1993 – Baghdad: Geography People Symbols, Centre for Arts, Baghdad

1991 – Museum Visits Documents, Centre for Arts, Baghdad

 

Art Fairs

2016 – Abu Dhabi Art Fair

2015 – Abu Dhabi Art Fair

2015 – Art15, London

2014 – Art14, London

2013 – Abu Dhabi Art Fair

2013 – Scope Basel Art Fair

2012 – Abu Dhabi Art Fair

2010 – Dubai Art Fair

 

Group Exhibitions

2017 – Thread of Light, P21 Gallery, London

2017 – The Role in Empowering Women, The Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts, Jordan

2017 – Arabesque, Curated by Hanaa Malallah, The Royal University for Women, Bahrain

2017 – National Museum of Bahrain

2016 – Biohazard, Baghdad

2016 – Art in Motion, Beirut

2014 – Reflections of War, Flowers, London

2014 – A Tribute to Rafa Nasiri, Nabha Gallery, Amman

2013 – Meem Gallery, Dubai

2013 – Contemporary Art Platform, Kuwait

2013 – Ten Year After: Reflections on the Invasion of Iraq, Project and exhibition, Chelsea College of Arts & Design London University, London

2012 – Iraq: How, Where, for Whom? with Kennardphillips, Qattan Foundation, The Mosaic Rooms, London

2011 – Swiss Re (Gherkin), London

2011 – Barjeel Art Foundation, Sharjah

2011 – Art in Iraq Today (Conclusion Show), Meem Gallery, Dubai

2011 – Art in Iraq Today, Beirut Exhibition Centre, Beirut

2010 – Art in Iraq Today, Meem Gallery, Dudai

2010 – Beyond The War, LTMH Gallery, New York

2009 – The Recessionists, Somerset, England

2009 – Modernism and Iraq, Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University in the City of New York

2008 – Iraqi Artist in Exile, Station Museum, USA

2008 – Iraq’s Past Speaks to the Present, British Museum

2007 – Sophisticated Ways: Distruction of an Ancient City, Ayagallery, London

2007 – Green Zone Red Zone, Gemak Den Haag, Holland

2005 – Contemporary Iraqi Book Art, UAS, Texas College

2005 – Contemporary Iraqi Exhibition, Paris

2005 – Iraqi Exhibition, East and West Foundation, Holland

2004 – Celebrating the Creativity of the Collaboration Between Iraqi Art and Literature, Frankfurt

2004 – Homage to Shakir Hassan, Orfly Art Gallery, Amman

2003 – Miniatures of Iraqi Art, Dijlah Gallery, Baghdad

2003 – The Hundredth, Hiwar Gallery, Baghdad

2003 – Before. After. Now, Deluxe Gallery, Hoxton Square, London

2003 – Women Artists from the Islamic Wold, Spain, UNESCO Paris

2003 – Tawashujat: Between Poet and Artists, The Jordan National Gallery of FineArts, Amman

2003 – Expressions of Hope: Iraqi Art, Ayagallery, London

2002 – Contemporary Iraqi Art in China

2002 – Baghdad International Festival for Contemporary Art

2002 – Conference of Creative Arab Women, Tunisia

2000 – Strokes of Genius: Contemporary Iraqi Art, Brunei Gallery, London

2000 – Contemporary Iraqi Art, Institute du Monde Arabe, Paris

2000 – Significance of Experimentation, Baghdad Gallery, Baghdad

2000 – Co-Exhibition, Ghassan Ghaeb and Kareem Risan, Ather Gallary, Baghdad

 

Museum Acquisitions

Centre for Arts, Baghdad

The Royal Jordanian Museum

The British Museum

Mathaf Arab Museum of Modern Art

Barjeel Art Foundation