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The Current Situation

Posted April 1, 2015 12:00 am by admin under Exhibition Featured

The Current Situation brings together a selection of five artworks that are diverse in their presentation but connected by a common theme: an exploration of the here and now.

1 April 2015 - 27 June 2015

The End Of series, The Current Situation exhibition by Yara El-Sherbini, at New Art Exchange, 2014. Photo by Bartosz Kali

The End Of series, The Current Situation exhibition by Yara El-Sherbini, at New Art Exchange, 2014.
Photo by Bartosz Kali

The desire to create art which is accessible, playful and can be enjoyed by all, sits at the heart of Yara El-Sherbini’s practice. For the past 10 years, her artworks have used the recognizable formats of quizzes, game shows and jokes, as well as everyday objects such as toilet locks and books to allow people to relate and engage with contemporary art and provoke important socio-political questions.

The Current Situation brings together a selection of five artworks that are diverse in their presentation but connected by a common theme: an exploration of the here and now.

The Current Situation by Yara El-Sherbini is a touring exhibition produced by New Art Exchange, Nottingham.

Yara El-Sherbini is represented by La Caja Blanca Gallery, Spain, and is an Artsadmin Associate Artist.

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