Khaled Alkhani

rêve – 2014
Acrylic on canvas
200 x 200 cm (78.7 x 78.7 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Mirrors – 2014
Acrylic on canvas
200 x 200 cm (78.7 x 78.7 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Danse Continue – 2014
Acrylic on canvas
200 x 200 cm (78.7 x 78.7 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Angel – 2015
Acrylic on canvas
100 x 100 cm (39.3 x 39.3 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Orange and Blue – 2017
Acrylic on canvas
100 x 100 cm (39.3 x 39.3 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Displacement – 2016
Acrylic on canvas
100 x 100 cm (39.3 x 39.3 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Flight – 2017
Acrylic on canvas
105 x 105 cm (41.3 x 41.3 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Lover right there – 2014
Acrylic on canvas
100 x 100 cm (39.3 x 39.3 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Face number 75 -2014
Acrylic on canvas
80 x 80 cm (31.4 x 31.4 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Coherence – 2016
Acrylic on canvas
80 x 80 cm (31.4 x 31.4 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Dance – 2017
Acrylic on canvas
50 x 50 cm (19.6 x 19.6 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

The sense of place – 2016
Acrylic on canvas
100 x 100 cm (39.3 x 39.3 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Daily parfum – 2016
Acrylic on canvas
100 x 100 cm (39.3 x 39.3 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Demonstrator love – 2017
Acrylic on canvas
50 x 50 cm (19.6 x 19.6 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Face number 17- 2015
Acrylic on canvas
80 x 80 cm (31.4 x 31.4 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Missing – 2016
Acrylic on canvas
140 x 161 cm (55.1 x 63.3 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Rotation – 2016
Acrylic on canvas
140 x 161 cm (55.1 x 63.3 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Burning – 2017
Acrylic on canvas
46 x 55 cm (18.1 x 21.6 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Insistence – 2017
Acrylic on canvas
46 x 55 cm (18.1 x 21.6 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Similarity – 2016
Acrylic on canvas
46 x 55 cm (18.1 x 21.6 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

The Queen – 2017
Acrylic on canvas
89 x 116 cm (35 x 45.6 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Stability – 2016
Acrylic on canvas
46 x 55 cm (18.1 x 21.6 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Paradise – 2016
Acrylic on canvas
145 x 140 cm (57 x 55 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Fairy – 2017
Acrylic on canvas
46 x 55 cm (18.1 x 21.6 in)
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts, Vancouver, BC

Born in 1975, Huma, Syria
lives and works in Paris

Expositions Individuelles

2017
– Z Gallery Arts (Vancouver)  Nov. 16th

2017
– Château Porte des Allemands (Metz-France)

2016
– Galerie Chantal Bamberger (Strasbourg-France)

2016
– Centre René Cassin (Dourdan-France)

2016
– Château Saint-Max (Nancy-France)

2015
– Galerie Orient (Amman, Jordanie)

2014
– Galerie EUROPIA (Paris-France)

2013
– Galerie al-Alamya (Jada- Arabie-Saoudite)

2013
– Ouyoun, Galerie Dama Art (Jada- Arabie-Saoudite)

2013
– Musée Schleswig-Holsteinischer Kunstverein (Keil-Allemagne)

2013
– Instants de Syrie, Patrick Cheloudiakoff Gallery (Belfort-France)

2012
– Galerie Orient (Amman-Jordanie)

2012
– Cité des arts (Paris – France)

2010
– Galerie Kbab (Abou Dhabi – Emirats Arabe Unis)

2009
– Galerie Orient (Amman – Jordanie)

2007
– Centre Culturel Arabe Syrien (Paris – France)

2007
– Galerie Art house (Damas – Syrie)

2005
– Galerie Patrick Chloidakoffe (Belforte-France)

2005
– Galerie Dar Al Mashreq (Amman – Jordanie)

2005
– Galerie Sarmad (Alep – Syrie)

2004
– Galerie Zaman (Beyrouth -Liban)

2004
– Galerie Nasir Shora (Damas – Syrie)

2003
– Galerie Falwa (Dubai- Emirats Arabe Unis)

2002
– Galerie Bushehri (Koweit)

2001
– Galerie Nasir Shora (Damas – Syrie)

2001
– Galerie Beit Lousane (Koweït)

2000
– Galerie Nasir Shora (Damas – Syrie)

1999
– Galerie Nasir Shora (Damas – Syrie)

Performances de peinture en direct sur scène

2014
– Théâtre de l’Institut du monde arabe à Paris

2013
– Théâtre de l’Hôtel de ville de Paris

Expositions Collectives

2017
– Galerie de Clairefontaine (Yvelines- France)

2017
– Salon Clément-Bayer (Samoreau – Seine et Marne – France)

2016
– Galerie Orient (Amman – Jordanie)

2015
– Galerie Bushehri (Koweit)

2011
– Exposition international du Nord Art (Keil-Allemagne)

2010
– Galerie Sunny art (Amman- Jordanie)

2010
– Exposition du Palais Unesco (Beyrouth-Liban)

2009
– Galerie Espasia (Hama- Syrie)

2009
– Centre Culturel Français, (Damas- Syrie)

2008
– Exposition «Les vents de bon augure» Musée National (Tunise)

2007
– Galerie Al-Sayed ”Capitale Arabe de la Culture” (Damas –Syrie)

2007
– Galerie Palais des Émirats (Abou Dhabi – Emirats Arabe Unis)

2006
-Exposition ”Dialogue des rivières” Palais des Emirats (Abou Dhabi- Emirats Arabe Unis)

2005
– Galerie Al-Sayed ” Cinq artistes Syriens” (Damas – Syrie)

2005
– Galerie albalkaa (Amman – Jordanie)

2004
– Exposition Ehden (Ehden -Liban)

2004
– Galerie Al-Sayed ”Le Petit Tableau” (Damas – Syrie)

2004
– Exposition « Peuple Méditerranéen » (Pecilia – Italie)

2003
– Galerie Nasir Shoura (Damas – Syrie)

2002
– Galerie Le Peuple (Damas – Syrie)

2002
– Gallerie albalka (Amman – Jordanie)

2002
– Exposition « L’art pour la paix » (Madrid – Espagne)

2000
– Exposition au Musée national (Damas – Syrie)

1999
– Galerie Nasir Shora (Damas – Syrie)

1998
– Galerie Le Peuple (Damas – Syrie)

1998
– La chambre des beaux-arts (Hama – Syrie)

1996
– La chambre des beaux-arts (Damas – Syrie)

Tableaux exposés en permanence

Musée Schleswig-Holsteinischer Kunstverein à Kiel               Allemagne

Musée National                                                                                Syrie

Musée du conseil National des arts et de la culture                 Koweït

Musée National                                                                                Jordanie

Mairie de Pecilia                                                                              Italie

Musée Cheick Faisal Bin Qassim Bin Faisal Bin Thani Qatar

Musée National de Tunis                                                               Tunisie

Mairie de Paris                                                                                 France

INTELLECTUAL CONCERNS | KHALED ALKHANI

 

Reception: Thursday, Nov 16th, 2017. 6 PM – 8 PM

On View: Nov 16th, 2017 – Jan 27th, 2018

Gallery Hours: Wed – Sat 11 AM – 5 PM. And by Appointment

Location: 102 – 1688 West 1st Avenue, Vancouver, BC Canada V6J 1G1

Contacts: [email protected]

 

Insistence, 2017

Acrylic on Canvas

46 x 55 cm (18.1in – 21.6 in)

 

Khaled Alkhani at Z Gallery Arts (Vancouver)

From November the 16th until January the 27th, Z Gallery Art has the pleasure of exhibiting ‘Intellectual Concerns’, a new solo show by artist Khaled Alkani. The 42-year-old Syrian painter will present a series of paintings which have an unscathed expressionist force, as described by French art critic Christian Noorbergen “Khaled Alkhani’s searing abstraction contrasts with the figurative appearance of a head. It dominates the earth-ridden melee and is deprived of the ordinary vehicle of skin. Fo-cal point of the painting, it has lived through every disaster”. Syrian, exiled to Paris in 2011 after having taken part in the first anti-regime protests, Khaled Alkhani’s destiny has been marked by political violence (his father was killed during the 1982 Hama massacre). Violence on the edge of his skin and paintings have been impossible to contain ever since the start of his career as a painter in Damas (in 2000), calling out against constrained liberties and repressed speech. “Keen recorder and accomplished artist, Khaled Alkhani never illustrates. A bracing oeuvre running on two gears: the impact of the moment under the outpouring of gestures, of colours and of instincts, and of heavy emotional sediments, which leave traces with time… The dislocated and wounded body, the victim of a mortifying world, through reactionary exorcism, rejects that which dislocates and kills. Khaled Alkhani’s contemporary expressionism conjures bad memories”, concludes Christian Noorbergen.

 

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