Assunta Abdel Azim Mohamed

Join artist Assunta Abdel Azim Mohamed and curator David Lillington for a conversation at the Austrian Cultural Forum.

at Austrian Cultural Forum London

On the occasion of her first exhibition in London at Danielle Arnaud Gallery, Austrian artist Assunta Abdel Azim Mohamed will be joined by curator David Illington for a special presentation and discussion of her work. Booking is essential, please visit the ACF website.

Assunta Abdel Azim Mohamed (b. 1993) lives and works in Vienna, Austria. She studied Romance Studies and then Graphics and Printmaking at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna. Shortlisted for eleven awards, she has won four of them. She is currently undertaking a commission for a public mural in Vienna. Her works are in private collections in Vienna, Barcelona, London, Berlin, Zürich and Lugano. Selected exhibitions include: Das Leben ist anderswo, Galerie Hilger NEXT, Vienna (solo, 2016); sechs xx sechs, Loft 8, Vienna (2016); Studenski Biennal, Belgrade (2016); Us, them, you, Studio Place Arts Gallery, Barre, Vermont, USA (2016); Curiositas, Galerie Jahidi, Paris (2016); Art Night Venezia, Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia, Venice (2015).

David Lillington is a writer and curator based in London. He is a member of the Association for the Study of Death and Society and of the International Association of Art Critics. He met Mohamed when she submitted work for his exhibition Death and Dying at MAG3, Vienna in 2014. In May 2017 he presented her work at the conference Death and the Maiden, University of Social Sciences, Łódź, Poland. Recent writings include Death Ltd. for Art Monthly and catalogue essays for the Gallery of Everything (on the collages of Ion Barladeanu) and for Mercer and Chance (on Aude Hérail Jäger’s Sentinels). He presented a paper on Delmore Schwartz at the Death and the Maiden conference, University of Winchester, July 2017.

Supported by the Austrian Cultural Forum London.

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Opening Times
Event: Wednesday 11 October, 7pm

Austrian Cultural Forum London
28 Rutland Gate