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
240 x 210 mm
The first full and authorative monograph of Hanaa Malallah's work, including interviews with Mo Thorp, associate researcher, CCW Graduate School, Chelsea Collage of Arts, University of the Arts, London; Christa Paula and DOLPH Projects.
The book features over 200 full colour reproductions of her work, spanning archival work from Baghdad to her current output from London. Including sections on Wall Art, Object Art, Drawings, Photography, Films and Installations.
An artist, theorist and academic, Hanaa Malallah is a leading contemporary artist and one of Iraq's most prominent today. Intensely present, essentially non-narrative, and capable of evoking powerful aesthetic experiences, a deep encounter with Hanaa Malallah's art is not for the faint hearted.