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Curated by Tricia Khutoretsky and presented by IARP, Not About Bombs addresses how a female perspective can fit into the modern context of turmoil and conflict through art and avoid falling into the typical ways that women are represented and misrepresented. The exhibit will open at the National Veterans Art Museum in Chicago on March Continue Reading »
Warm up with coffee, tea, or hot chocolate and join IARP at Coffee Grounds in St. Paul on Sunday, January 13 for a closing reception featuring Iraqi artworks. The artworks are from IARP’s permanent collection and have been on display at Coffee Grounds since December 10. Featured artists are working today in the areas of Continue Reading »
IARP is pleased to announce that art from our permanent collection is now on display in St. Paul, Minnesota. Sip some coffee while you view original works by Iraqi artists at Coffee Grounds, located at 1579 Hamline Avenue North, Saint Paul MN 55108. Artworks on display capture themes such as life and environment. Featured artists are from Karbala, Minneapolis’ Continue Reading »
Iraqi paintings from IARP’s permanent collection now on display at the Riverview Café in Minneapolis!
Located in the Longfellow neighborhood in south Minneapolis, the Riverview Café and Winebar happily invites you to enjoy a cup of coffee and view artworks by contemporary Iraqi artists. The oil paintings on display feature scenes of the Iraqi life and environment and beautifully help to bridge the gap between ‘us’ and ‘them’. The Riverview Café Continue Reading »
IARP is proud to announce the opening of Images of Hope, a new exhibit now on display at the Maple Grove Art Center. This photography-based collection features the works of seven Iraqi artists. One piece now on display is the photo series Iraq is Flying by Jamel Penjeweny. The artist captures Iraqi people leaping in the Continue Reading »