ET ALIA Gallery

ET ALIA Gallery et alia (latin for “and others”) is an experimental virtual platform for showcasing contemporary arts by emerging artists. From Latin et (“and”) plus alia (“others”) which is commonly used in scholarly writing, et alia gallery is an experimental virtual platform for showcasing contemporary arts by emerging artists in an attempt to open up a dialogue between artists from the peripheries and centres.

We, Albena Martinova and Parvaneh Rahimi, two recent graduates from Central Saint Martins, aim to encourage the emerging artists from around the world to join us form a transnational artist collective; to turn the current one-way flow of arts towards the West into a truly transnational art flow. We also aim to foster and facilitate the connection between artists who do not have the opportunity to have their voices heard outside their home country and the international audiences. The experiment manifests the desire for an alternative space and for a pluralized format of exhibitions that is not bound to geopolitical territories. We are aware of the challenges of transcultural curating; however, we are confident that by following an interdisciplinary approach that encompasses the current political, cultural and technological condition, we can move beyond the limits of the existing exhibitions. With exhibitions that exist in a “non-place”, et alia gallery uses the virtual sphere, this new medium, to change the politics of representation in the institutionalized art world and reveal the immanent collectivity of contemporary arts. Our objective is to open up a physical space in London, the capital of the contemporary arts, in an attempt to create a hub for the emerging artists around the world to collaborate and break the barriers between the peripheries and centres.

See our latest exhibition "Inharmonious Motifs" by Iman Raad on www.etaliagallery.comYour body-of-work is a battleground...
20/07/2017
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See our latest exhibition "Inharmonious Motifs" by Iman Raad on www.etaliagallery.com

Your body-of-work is a battleground is an appropriation of #barbarakruger's Untitled (#yourbodyisabattleground). Kruger created this work in 1989, the year that is considered by many as the origin of the acknowledgment of the marginality of non-Western artists in the international art scene. This work is indeed Iman Raad's self-portrait, who migrated to the West and lingers in a temporality that belongs to neither of the two art histories. It explores the contemporary condition where multiple art worlds find themselves subordinated to the methodologies of the Western art history and the discipline of art history concentrates generally on Western art.

Iman Raad graduated from #yaleuniversity with a MFA in #Painting. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

Image: Your body-of-work is a battleground, 2016 by Iman Raad

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et alia gallery is an experimental virtual platform for showcasing contemporary arts by emerging artists.

04/11/2016
Your Invitation to Exhibition Opening: Domestic Disturbance

We are very excited to share our recent newsletter with you.
See our latest exhibition "Domestic Disturbance" by Valerie Driscoll on www.etaliagallery.com

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et alia gallery is an experimental virtual platform for showcasing contemporary arts by emerging artists in an attempt to open up a dialogue between artists from the peripheries and the centres. We, Albena Martinova and Parvaneh Rahimi, two recent graduates from Central Saint Martins, aim to encoura...

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