FINAL WEEK EXHIBITIONS
Ketabeh Eshghe (Translation “Book of Love”)
Works on paper & Paintings
Works on paper
NOVEMBER 4 – DECEMBER 17, 2011
The works will be on display until Saturday, December 17. If you haven’t seen these remarkable shows we encourage you to stop in.
Hadieh Shafie “Ketabeh Eshghe (translation “Book of Love”)” reviewed in Hyperallergic.
RECEPTION THIS FRIDAY, 5 – 7 PM
November 4 – December 17, 2011
Pentimenti Gallery is pleased to present two solo exhibitions: Ketabeh Eshghe (trans. Book of Love), a solo exhibition of works on paper & paintings by Hadieh Shafie, and Offshoot, a solo show of works on paper by Ilene Sunshine.
PENTIMENTI ARTIST HADIEH SHAFIE IN SOTHEBY’S AUCTION, LONDON.
Sotheby’s upcoming Contemporary Arab and Iranian Art sale will take place on Tuesday, October 4.
Pentimenti worked closely with Sotheby’s to bring Shafie’s work to the upcoming sale and is very pleased with the results of this collaboration. 10450 Pages, acrylic and ink on paper with printed and hand written Farsi text “eshghe” (translation “love”), will be put on auction alongside other major works by leading Arab and Iranian artists.
An interview with Hadieh Shafie with America Abroad Media
“Iranian Identity and Expression in Art“.
The interview >> link
Pentimenti Gallery is very proud to announce that while we participated at PULSE NY, March 3 – 6, 2011, the Editor-in-Chief of the Art Economist selected Hadieh Shafie as “One of the Top Ten Artists to Watch”.
- Article published in the magazine and website of The Art Economist | REVIEW – LINK
It gave us great pleasure to be included in Pulse NY, a truly leading art fair. + CONGRATULATIONS, Hadieh!
Pulse NY'11 - 2 paintings on the right by Hadieh Shafie
Hadieh Shafie, 10250 Pages, 30 inches, acrylic, ink on paper with printed & hand-written Farsi text "eshghe" translation "love", 2011.
V&A announces the shortlist for the Jameel Prize 2011
Victoria & Albert Museum, London (UK)
The Jameel Prize is an international award for contemporary art and design inspired by Islamic tradition. Its aim is to explore the relationship between Islamic traditions of art, craft and design and contemporary work as part of a wider debate about Islamic culture and its role today.
Ten artists and designers have been shortlisted for this year’s prize, which is
awarded every two years. They are:
- Noor Ali Chagani
- Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian
- Bita Ghezelayagh
- Babak Golkar
- Hayv Kahraman
- Aisha Khalid
- Rachid Koraïchi
- Hazem El Mestikawy
- HADIEH SHAFIE
- Soody Sharifi
Wassan Al‐Khudhairi, Director, Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Qatar
Navid Akhtar, Executive Director, Gazelle Media
Afruz Amighi, artist and winner of the Jameel Prize 2009
Dina Bakhoum, Conservation Programme Manager, The Aga Khan Trust for Culture, Egypt
The winner of The Jameel Prize 2011 will be announced at the V&A
on 12 September 2011.
Congratulations Hadieh and Good luck!
Pentimenti Gallery at
PULSE New York
Contemporary Art Fair
March 3 – 6, 2011
125 West 18th St.
Booth C 9
Washington D.C. - The Franz and Virginia Bader Fund is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2011 grant to visual artists who have reached the age of 40, reside within 150 miles of Washington, D.C.
Congratulations Hadieh Shafie!!