And I, will I forget? Manal AlDowayan 11 Jan - 26 Feb
Sabrina Amrani opened her eponymous gallery based in Madrid, Spain, in June 2011. French of Algerian origin, she was raised in a mix of cultures, traditions and habits that are common grounds to most artists she works with. The gallery represents artists across East and West, eliminating cultural gaps and promoting a dialogue exchange and intellectual growth through it.
The distinctive signs of Sabrina Amrani Gallery are proposals that invite to think about the society and the individual: Socio-political issues, identity, space, architecture, … and the discovery of talented artists all around the world to share their work to a global audience, therefore stating its will to become an international cultural agent.
Although the gallery represents emergent and established artists of any nationality, the project pays particular attention to the new voices that are emerging in the Global South. The gallery roster of artists include Manal AlDowayan (Saudi Arabia), Joël Andrianomearisoa (Madagascar), Marlon de Azambuja (Brazil), Amina Benbouchta (Morocco), Zoulikha Bouabdellah (Algeria), Babak Golkar (Canada), Ayesha Jatoi (Pakistan), Waqas Khan (Pakistan), Nicène Kossentini (Tunisia), Mónica de Miranda (Portugal), Timothy Hyunsoo Lee (South Korea), Jhafis Quintero (Panama), Larissa Sansour (Palestine) and UBIK (India).
The gallery regularly organizes and participates in not-for-profit activities such as screenings, workshops, education programs, public lectures and panel talks with prominent and relevant names in its space, or outside its walls in collaboration with various institutions and art organizations.
See more at: http://www.sabrinaamrani.com