Slavs and Tatars is a faction of polemics and intimacies devoted to an area east of the former Berlin Wall and west of the Great Wall of China known as Eurasia. The collective’s practice is based on three activities: exhibitions, books and lecture-performances.

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Solo Exhibitions

Kunstverein Hannover
Albertinum, Dresden
ar/ge kunst, Bolzano
Saalbadereien / Bathhouse Quackeries, Westfälischer Kunstverein, Münster

Mouth to Mouth, CAC, Vilnius
Mouth to Mouth, Salt, Istanbul
Nose to Nose, Pejman Foundation, Tehran

Mouth to Mouth, CCA Ujazdowski, Warsaw
Made in Germany, The Third Line, Dubai
Afteur Pasteur, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York
Towarzystwo Szubrawców, Raster Gallery, Warsaw
Slavs and Tatars: Lecture-Performances 2009-2016, Villa Empain, Brussels
Mirrors for Princes, Blaffer Art Museum, Houston

Stongue, Kunsthal Aarhus
Free Parking: Art Libraries from Elsewhere, Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong
Mirrors for Princes, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane
Dschinn and Dschuice, Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Berlin
Lektor, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh
Mirrors for Princes: Both Sides of the Tongue, NYU Abu Dhabi Art Gallery
Long Legged Linguistics, Trondheim Kunstmuseum

Mirrors for Princes, Kunsthalle Zurich
"Concentrations: 57", Dallas Museum of Art
The Naughty Nasals, Arsenal Gallery, Białystok
Lektor, GfZK, Leipzig
Language Arts, The Third Line, Dubai

Long Legged Linguistics, Art Space Pythagorion, Samos
Behind Reason, Künstlerhaus Stuttgart (duo w/ Cevdet Erek’s Anti-Pattern)
Friendship of Nations: Polish Shi’ite Showbiz, Presentation House, Vancouver and REDCAT, LA

Beyonsense, "Projects 98," Museum of Modern Art, New York
Never Give Up the Fruit, Forever & Today, New York
Too Much Tłumacz, Raster, Warsaw
Not Moscow Not Mecca, Kraupa-Tuskany, Berlin
Continuous Conversation (duo w/ Janek Simon), Karlin Studios, Prague
Khhhhhh, Moravia Gallery, Brno
Not Moscow Not Mecca, Secession, Vienna

Friendship of Nations: Polish Shi’ite Showbiz, Kiosk, Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten, Gent
Przyjaźń Narodów: Lahestan Nesfeh-Jahan, Gdańska Galeria Miejska, Gdansk
A Monobrow Manifesto, Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen

Kidnapping Mountains, Netwerk Center for Contemporary Art, Aalst, Belgium

Common Wealth, 032c, Berlin and Ooga Booga, Los Angeles (2010)
A Thirteenth Month Against Time, Newman-Popiashvili Gallery, New York

Select Group Exhibitions

Threads Left Dangling, Veiled in Ink, Galerie Emanuel Layr, Vienna
The Other Face of the Moon, Asia Culture Center, Gwangju, South Korea
2nd OFF-Biennale, Budapest
4th Ural Industrial Biennial, Ekaterinburg
The Vague Space, Weserburg Museum, Bremen, Germany
Together Apart, Center for Border Studies, Cúcuta, Colombia
The Future is Certain; it's the Past Which is Uncertain, Calvert 22, London
32. Biennial of Graphic Arts, mglc, Ljubljana
Un-Official Stories, Galleria Doris Ghetta, Bolzano
The Voice, Coreana Museum of Art, Seoul
Unknown Knowns of Polish (Post) Colonialism, SAVVY Contemporary, Berlin
Frans Masereel and Contemporary Art: Resistance in Images, mu.ZEE, Oostende

Yinchuan Biennale 2016
We Dance, We Smoke, We Kiss, Fahrenheit, LA
SPRACHE, Deutsches Hygiene Museum Dresden
Sonsbeek 16: transACTION, Arnhem
Mother lode, Hessel Museum of Art, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson
Labor Relations, Wrocław Contemporary Museum, Wrocław
Magic and Power, Museum Marta Herford
Arch of My Eye’s Orbit, Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York

Nationalgalerie Preis, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin
Open House, Kunstverein Braunschweig
Balagan!!! Stiftung Brandenburger Tor, Berlin
Contour Biennial 7, Mechelen, Belgium
Czysty język, Galeria Arsenał, Bialystok
more Konzeption Conception now, Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen
Dr Esperanto, Galeria Arsenal

Rainbow in the Dark, Salt Galata, Istanbul
Into the Country, Salt Ulus, Ankara
8th Berlin Biennial
Manifesta 10, St Petersburg
As You Can See: Polish Art Today, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw
Take Liberty! National Museum, Oslo
Neighbours, Istanbul Modern

Soft Pictures, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin
The Assistants, David Kordansky, LA
Pataphysics, Sean Kelly Gallery, NY
Long Ago and Not True Anyway, Waterside Contemporary, London
Museum Off Museums, Bielefelder Kunstverein, Bielefeld
In the Heart of the Country, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw
Nouvelle Vague, Palais de Tokyo, Paris
Love Me Love Me Not, Venice
L’Ange de l’Histoire, Palais de Beaux Arts, Paris
Weird Science, Jack Hanley Gallery, New York
Nouveau Festival, Centre Pompidou, Paris

Traversing West Asia, Asia Pacific Triennial, Brisbane
Roundtable, 9th Gwangju Biennial, Gwangju
2nd Ural Biennial, Ekaterinburg
Etat de Veille, Galerie Jousse Entreprise, Paris
Under the Mountain, Festival of Culture, Jerusalem
On Apology, CCA Wattis, San Francisco
Migrosophia, Maraya Art Centre, Sharjah
The Ungovernables, New Museum Triennial, NY
Print/Out, Museum of Modern Art, NY
Scenarios about Europe III, GfZK, Leipzig

I decided not to save the world, Tate Modern/Salt Beyoğlu
Station C, Konsthall C, Stockholm
Geopoetics, 8th Mercosul Biennial, Porto Alegre, Brazil
A Rock and a Hard Place, 3rd Thessaloniki Biennale
Melanchotopia, Witte de With, Rotterdam
Group Affinity, Kunstverein München
Friendship of Nations: Polish Shi’ite Showbiz, 10th Sharjah Biennale, UAE
Galicia. Topologies of Myth, Małopolskie Centrum Kulturz SOKOŁ, Nowy Sącz, Poland
East:Excitable Speech:West, Kerstin Engholm Galerie, Vienna
Distant Montage, École Régionale des Beaux Arts de Valence, France
Le Mont Analogue, BE Part Platform voor actuele kunst, Waregem, Belgium
ECHT? based on a true story, Kuenstlerhaus Stuttgart

Between the silhouette and the background, unosunove gallery, Rome
Monobrow Manifesto, Frieze Sculpture Park, London
Salon5, ARGOS centre for art and media, Brussels
25th Nadežda Petrović Memorial, Čačak, Serbia
Correct Me if I am Critical, Felleshuset, Nordische Botschaft, Berlin
Frozen Moments, Ministry of Transport, Tbilisi, Georgia
032c Workshop # 1, BAIBAKOV art projects, Moscow
Habitat (Some Pleasures and Discomforts of Domestic Life), Twenty First/Twenty First Gallery, New York
Miseducation, Brucennial, New York
The Past is a Foreign Country, Centre of Contemporary Art ‘Znaki Czasu’ in Torun
Freischuss, Kleine Humboldt Galerie, Berlin

Industrial Light Magic, Goethe Institut, New York
Wola Art Festival, Warsaw
Hymns of No Resistance, Kaai Theatre, Brussels
Betlemi Mikro-Raioni, Laura Palmer Foundation, Tbilisi
Nomadic Focus, Interzone, Studio BWA, Wroclaw
Live Archive of ‘The Generational: Younger Than Jesus’, New Museum, New York

Grotto, Museum 52, London
Place it, Parallel Events Manifesta 7, Lungomare Gallery, Bolzano
Shifting Identities, Kunsthall Zürich
Pro eto, NCCA, Moscow Biennale of Young Artists
Forms of Inquiry, traveling show: Casco, Utrecht; lux, Valence; IASPIS, Stockholm; BolteLang, Zürich; Archizoom EPFL, Lausanne
Ostersund, Färgfabriken, Stockholm

Left Pop, Moscow Biennial of Contemporary Art
New Multiples, Art Metropole, Toronto
NY Art Book Fair, Printed Matter, New York
Books by Artists, E:vent Gallery, London
10 Years, Colette, Paris

Publish and Be Damned, Casco Projects, Utrecht
30ANSCHLAEGE, Public Exhibition in Heidelberg


Dallas Museum of Art
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Sharjah Art Foundation
The Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw
Tate Modern, London
Kadist Collection, Paris
Arsenal, Białystok
Ringier Collection, Zurich
Wrocław Contemporary Museum
Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin
GfZK, Leipzig
Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw

Publications by artists

Slavs and Tatars: Mouth to Mouth (monograph), König Books, 2017
Molla Nasreddin: Polemics, Caricatures, Satire, I.B. Tauris, 2017 (2nd edition)
Friendship of Nations: Polish Shi’ite Showbiz, Book Works, 2017 (2nd edition)
Mirrors for Princes, NYUAD Art Gallery/Ibraaz/JRP|Ringier, 2015
Naughty Nasals, Arsenal Gallery, Białystok, 2014
Friendship of Nations: Polish Shi’ite Showbiz, Book Works/Sharjah Art Foundation, 2013 (out of print)
Khhhhhhh, Moravian Gallery in Brno/Mousse, 2012
Not Moscow Not Mecca, Secession/Revolver, 2012 (out of print)
Molla Nasreddin: the magazine that would’ve, could’ve, should’ve, Christoph Keller/JRP|Ringier, 2011 (out of print)
79.89.09, Book Works, 2010
Love Me, Love Me Not: Changed Names, onestar press, 2010
Kidnapping Mountains, Book Works, 2009 (out of print)

Select Bibliography

Max L. Feldman, review of “Threads Left Dangling, Veiled in Ink,” Artforum
Nick Thurston, "Doing the Splits," Frieze October 187
Johannes Wendland, “Aus Freude am Teilen,” Handelsblatt, November 12 (German)
Fanny Magyar, interview, artportal, November 8
Emesi Mucsi, interview (video), Artmagazine, October 29
Maija Rudowska, review of "Slavs and Tatars: Mouth to Mouth", Selections, 12 October
Jogintė Bučinskaitė, review of “Mouth to Mouth” at CAC, Vilnius, 15, September 27 (Lithuanian)
Naz Cuguoğlu, review of “Mouth to Mouth” at Salt, Istanbul, Asia Art Pacific, 105
Gamze Kantarcıoğlu, “Everday Archaeologists,” Based Istanbul, July 1
Slavs and Tatars'ın Ağızdan Ağıza sergisi SALT Galata'da, Murekkep Haber, 23 June (Turkish)
Slavs and Tatars come to SALT Galata, Daily Sabah, 22 June (Turkish)
Piotr Policht, review of “Slavs and Tatars: Usta Usta”, Szum, No16
Adriana Bidlaru, “Metaphysical splits”, Revista Arta, March 26
Piotr Kosiewski, “Odnalezione w Tłumaczeniu”, Tygodnik Powszechny, February 13
Tausif Noor, Slavs and Tatars: Mouth to Mouth” at Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Art Radar, January 11
Bogusław Deptuła and Paweł Drabarczyk, “Tłumaczenie Światów”, Harper’s Bazaar Polska, January

Dina Akhmadeeva, "Naughty Nasals and Monobrow Manifestos," Canvas, May/June
Francesca Lavigna, "L’Eurasia di Slavs and Tatars," East Journal, May 7
Anthony Hawley, "I’ll Stick with exactly what I said," Brooklyn Rail, April 6
Ingrid Luquet-Gad, "Slavs and Tatars" artpress2, No 40.
Molly Glentzer, "Men are from Murmansk, Women are from Vilnius," Houston Chronicle, 22 Jan
Gretta Louw, "Germany’s Leading Art Prize Sets a Museum in Motion," Hyperallergic, Jan 11
Thea Ballard, "Lost in Translation," Modern Painters, January

"Best of 2015," Hyperallergic, December 17
Slavs and Tatars, "Alphabet und Imperium," Frieze d/e, No 22
Miriam Cosic, "The lands time forgot," The Australian, November 19
Nicholas Forrest, interview / preview of "Mirrors for Princes," BlouinArtInfo, October 30
Ana Ofak, review of "Dschinn and Dschuice," Art Agenda
Ingeborg Wiensowski, profile of Slavs and Tatars, Kultur Spiegel, September
Claudia Wahjudi, "Entkommen im Zickzack," Der Tagespiegel, September 26
Christiane Meixner, "Das Lesen und die Lüste," Der Tagespiegel, September 14
Kevin Jones, review of "Mirrors for Princes," Art Asia Pacific, May
Kirsty Bell, "New Yarns," Tate Etc, issue 33
Yekaterina Serebranaya, "Slavs and Tatars," Etage, issue 2
Kevin Jones, review of "Mirrors for Princes," Flash Art, June
Dina Akhmedeeva, "Wall to Wall," Calvert Journal, March 19
Nick Leech, "Slavs and Tatars encourages art you’re allowed to sit on," The National, Feb 26

Kevin Jones, review of "Language Arts," Art Asia Pacific, Nov/Dec
Valery Ledenyov, "Что надо знать: группа Славяне и татары," ArtGuide, 2 October
Ian Wallace, "The New Manifestos," artspace, 17 May
Anna Seaman, review of "Language Arts", The National, 1 April
Deena Chalabi, "Interview with Slavs and Tatars," Issues,
Jim Quilty, "The languages of art, politics and melons," The Daily Star, 28 March
Roxana Azimi, "Slavs and Tatars, l’art des antipodes," Le Monde, 26 March
Sergey Guskov, "Cтрана которой нет," Harper’s Bazaar Art, April
James Scarborough, "A Conversation with Slavs and Tatars," Huffington Post, 11 March
Stephanie Bailey, "A conversation with Slavs and Tatars," Ocula,
Ewa Zubek, "Politics, Aesthetics, and Friendship in Eurasia," The Culturist
Stephanie Bailey, "Syncretic Cartographies," Yishu, Vol 13, Number 1

David Joselit, "On Aggregators," October, Nº 146, Fall
HG Masters, review of "Long Legged Linguistics," Art Asia Pacific
Kimberly Bradley, Peripheral Vision,
Gesine Borcherdt, Q&A Art Space Pythagorion,
Adriana Prodeus, ’Panslawizm – tak!’ (in Polish) Newsweek, issue 27.
Iwona Kurz, ’Nie Chcemy Być Nowcześni’, (in Polish), issue 110.
Joel Regev and Masha Shtutman, "Children of Marx and Kumis" (in Russian),
Franz Thalmair, ’La Plus Courte Distance Entre Deux Points,’ (interview in French) l’Officiel Art, Nº 6.
Sylvain Menétrey, ’Le Grand Ecart,’ (interview in French) Dorade, Nº 5.
Media Farzin, review of "Beyonsense" in Bidoun, issue 28
Steve Kado, review of "Friendship of Nations: Polish Shi’ite Showbiz," Critics’ Picks, ARTFORUM
Fionn Meade, ’Reverse Optimism,’ Modern Painters, March
Melissa Chemam, ’Nouveau Festival: Focus sur le collectif Slavs and Tatars,’, 24 Feb
Danielle McCoullough, ’Looking at Los Angeles: Slavs and Tatars,’ 19 Feb
Bernard Blistène, ’Tire Ta Langue,’ France Culture radio, 17 Feb

Jesi Khadivi, ’Slavs and Tatars,’ Harper’s Bazaar Art Arabia, Nov-Dec
Miško Šuvaković, ’Slavs and Tatars: Posle Postkolonijalnog Subjekta,’ in Umetnost i Politika (Belgrade: Sluzbeni Glasnik,
Iwo Zmyślony, ’Caucasian Bazaar’,, issue 40.
Kevin Kinsella, ’For the Birds,’ BombBlog, 5 November.
Anders Kreuger, ’Beyond Nonsense: What Slavs and Tatars Make,’ Afterall, Fall 2012
Austin Considine, ’Slavs and Tatars Bring Eurasian Transreason to MoMA,’ Art in America, 16 October
Karol Sienkiewicz, ’Slavs and Tatars’ "Too Much Tłumacz"’ review, Art Agenda, 16 October
Jon Leon, ’Political He Says,’ Spike, no 33 Autumn 2012
Shelby Brody, ’Art in Translation,’ The Columbia Daily Spectator
Mason Curry, ’Skyping with Slavs and Tatars,’ Print, October
Igor Gulin, ’ Представители трещины,’ Kommersant, 31 Aug
Slavs and Tatars, ’When Satire Conquered Iran,’ New York Review of Books, 18 Sept
Oleg Sulkin, ’Slavs and Tatars захватили Музей современного искусства,’ Голос Америки, 19 August
Tereza Stejskalová, ’Možnosti kulturního překladu,’ A2, 4 July.
Mara Goldwyn, ’It’s a Trip’ Sleek, 34.
Slavs and Tatars, ’Q&A,’ Frieze, May.
Jerry Saltz, ’Big Government Conservatives,’ New York Magazine, 24 February.
Ken Johnson, ’Gauging the Power of the Print,’ The New York Times, 16 February.
Marta Jazowska, ’Slavs and Tatars’ Not Moscow Not Mecca,’
Alex Moshakis, ’Interview with Slavs and Tatars,’ It’s Nice That, issue 8.
HG Masters, ’Five Plus One’, Asia Art Pacific, Almanac 2011
Magadalen Chua, ’Interactions between Representations of History,’, January 26.

Christopher Lord, ’A Daring Eastern Publication,’ The National, Dec 21
Adnan Yıldız, ’Artist of the Week: Slavs and Tatars,’ Manifesta Journal blog, Dec 12
Karolina Majewska, ’Slavs and Tatars w Gdańsku,’, October 16
JJ Charlesworth,’I decided not to save the world’ review, TimeOut, Nov 17
HG Masters, ’Slavs and Tatars: Collective Eclecticism," Asia Art Pacific, issue 75
Behrang Samsami, ’Simplicissimus auf Aserbaidschanisch,’ Zenith, September 16
Don J. Cohen, ’Molla Nasreddin review,’ Asia Art Pacific, issue 75
Alexander Provan, ’Molla Nasreddin review,’ Bidoun, issue 25
Isabella Ella Hughes, ’Snail Fever: review,’ Asia Art Pacific
Carson Chan, ’The Last of the Eurasianists,’ Kaleidoscope, issue 11
David Shariatmadari, ’Molla Nasreddin review’, The Guardian, June 24
Peter Gordon, "Molla Nasreddin redux," Asian Review of Books
Nigar Hacizade, "Müslüman, laik, demokrat devrimciler," Radikal, May 30
Elizabeth Minkel, ’The magazine that almost changed the world,’ The New Yorker, May 26
Isabella Ella Hughes, ’Sharjah Biennale 10 review,’ Asia Art Pacific, issue 73
Taraneh Hemami, ’Tracing the Plot,’ SF MoMA blog
Maxine Kopsa, ’It was bibliophilia at first sight’, Metropolis M, March
Adam Budak, ’Future Greats,’ Art Review, March
Nicholas Cullinan, ’Group Think,’ Artforum, February
Dietrich Heißenbüttel, ’Von Slawen und Tataren,’ Süddeutsche Zeitung, February 16

Slavs and Tatars, ’Molla Nasreddin: The Magazine That Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve’,, September
Federica Bueti, ‘All Alone,, September
Daniel Miller, ’Postcard from Tbilisi,’, September
Federica Bueti, ‘Interview with Slavs and Tatars,’, August
Ewa Opałka, ‘Przewodniki po nie-miejscu. "Przeszłość jest obcym krajem,’ Obieg, June
Paulina Jakubowska, ‘Geografia umysłu,’, January 26
Slavs and Tatars, ’Go East, Young Man!032c, issue 19
Slavs and Tatars, ‘Who is the enemy?’ Kaleidoscope, issue 5
Slavs and Tatars, ‘Польские Татары (Polskie Tatari),’ Black Square, issue 9
‘Short takes: Kidnapping Mountains,’ Bidoun, issue 20, Visionaire No. 57: 2010

Slavs and Tatars, ‘What is Urgent’ Metropolis M, issue 6
Andrzej Rejnson ‘Wolska architektura w rekach artystowPolska, November 18
Slavs and Tatars, ‘Poland 1989: In Praise of the Normal, Methodical and Slow’, 032c, issue 18
Slavs and Tatars, ‘Tehran 1979: Paper, Participation, Politics’, 032c, issue 17
Jasmine De Bruycker, ‘Kidnapping Mountains’,, May 13
Agata Araszkiewicz, ‘Slavs and Tatars’, flaneriaa, May 18
Shaun Walker, ‘The Expatriate’, Fantastic Man, issue 9
Negar Azimi, ‘I Often Dream of Slavs’, Bidoun, issue 16

Payam Sharifi, ‘Flattened History’, Metropolis M, No. 5
Ingrid Chu, ‘Rebuilding the Pantheon’, Filip, issue 8
Slavs and Tatars, ‘Mohammed Mossadeq’,, May
Alison Cool, ‘Wall to Wall’,, April 8

Slavs and Tatars, ‘Drafting Defeat’, Cities from Zero, Ed. Shumon Basar, AA Publications
Holland Cotter, ‘Art between Covers’, New York Times, September 29
Suzy Menkes, ‘Paris’ Colette’, International Herald Tribune, March 26

Featured in ‘The Conditions of Graphic Design’, IDEA No. 316
Featured in ‘The Creators Network’, +81, vol. 33
Slavs and Tatars, ‘Slavs’, 032c, issue 11
Payam Sharifi, ‘Veiled Beauty’, Another Magazine, issue 10

Brigitte Ollier, ‘L’oeil Hyéres’, Libération, May 5
Gert Jonkers, ‘Modewereld is op zoek naar foto’s met inhoud’, De Volkskrant, May 2
Payam Sharifi, ‘Past – The Undecideds’, Another Magazine, issue 9
Payam Sharifi, ‘Discretion’, A Magazine curated by Haider Ackermann, vol 3
Payam Sharifi, ‘Révolutions de Façade’, Libération, August 11


Audience Award, 2015 Preis der Nationalgalerie, Berlin
TV Polonia Gwarancje Kultury 2014: Visual Arts
INFORM Award for Conceptual Design 2013, GfZK, Leipzig
Le prix Fernand Baudin 2011, Brussels
Le prix Fernand Baudin 2009, Brussels
Le prix Fernand Baudin 2008, Brussels
Grand Prix of the Brno Biennial 2008, The Minister of Culture of the Czech Republic


2016 Elson Artist-in-Residence, Princeton
Asia Art Archives, Hong Kong
New York University, Abu Dhabi
IASPIS, Stockholm
Yale University Artist-in-Residence, New Haven

Lecture Performances

The Transliterative Tease
Goethe Institut, Baku
Weissensee Kunsthochschule, Berlin
Pejman Foundation, Tehran
CCA Ujazdowski, Warsaw
La Colonie, Paris
Fondation Boghossian - Villa Empain
Royal College of Art, London
Asian Culture Center Theater, Gwangju
University of Houston
Kunsthal Aarhus
Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane
Kunstverein Braunschweig
Trondheim kunstmuseum
Institute of Contemporary Art in London
GfZK, Leipzig
Dallas Museum of Art
Manifesta 10, St. Petersburg
Kunsthalle Zurich
Detroit Institute of Art
Kunstverein Bielefeld
Yale University School of Art, New Haven
Asia Society, NY
Istanbul Modern

Guggeinheim Museum, NYC
Academy of Media Arts, Cologne
Pejman Foundation, Tehran
Savvy Contemporary, Berlin
Goethe Institut, Prague
Cultural Institute, University of Warsaw
Steirischer Herbst Festival, Graz
University of Houston
Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong
Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin
Salt, Istanbul
Muzeum Tatrzanska, Zakopane

Reverse Joy
Kampnagel, Hamburg
GfZK, Leipzig
New Museum, New York
Salt, Istanbul
Secession, Vienna
Moravska Galeria, Brno
Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin
SFU Woodward, Vancouver
Kunsthalle, Athena

CAC, Vilnius
Stanford University
Fondation Boghossian - Villa Empain
Asia Society Texas Center, Houston
Dallas Museum of Art
Global Futures, University of Southampton, Mosaic Rooms, London
CREEES, University of Texas, Austin
REDCAT, Los Angeles
IASPIS, Stockholm
Visiting Artist Lecture Series, Columbia MFA, NY
Parsons, New School, NY
Cal Arts, Valencia
Neuer Aachener Kunstverein
10th Sharjah Biennale
Salon5, Argos Center for Art and Media, Brussels
Belleville Biennale, Paris
Space Studios, London
Nordische Botschaft, Berlin
The Bruce High Quality Foundation University’s Edifying series, New York
Opening Lecture, Studium Generale, Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam
Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw
Theory and Practice, Afisha Picnic, Moscow
Cycles and Seasons, Triumph Gallery, Moscow
Kunsthalle Athena

Al-Isnad: Chains We Can Believe In
Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art
West, Den Haag
Princeton University Art Museum
MuMA, Melbourne
Bardo National Museum, Tunis
Centre Pompidou, Paris
Institutions by Artists, Vancouver
Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, Novi Sad
Bazaristan, Wrocław Capital of Culture

Molla Nasreddin: Embrace Your Antithesis
Fondation Boghossian - Villa Empain
Asia Society Texas Center, Housto
CAC, Vilnius
Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong
Artspace, Sydney
Gingko conference, London
NYU Abu Dhabi Institute
Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University, Dallas
Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris
Central Public Library, Los Angeles
Near Eastern Studies Dept, University of California, Los Angeles
Moderna Museet, Malmö
Witte de With, Rotterdam
Konsthall C, Stockholm
Serpentine Gallery, London
Salt, Istanbul
Swiss Institute, New York
Global Art Forum, Art Dubai