Sophia Al Maria, The Future was Desert, Part I, 2016. Single channel HD video 5 min, 17 sec. Collection Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha

Panel Discussion: Art and Cultural Narratives in Qatar (Online)

Wednesday, September 23, 2020 from 8:00 pm until 9:00 pm (Doha time)  Register Here

The panel discussion focuses on tracing the development of Qatari art in conjunction with the exhibition Lived Forward: Art and Culture in Doha from 1960s-2020, currently on show at Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha.

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Artist Encounter with Dr Sabrina Puppin

30 August, 6 and 13 September 2020 

Discover with Dr Sabrina Puppin the biography of Artist Huguette Caland (1931-2019) in a series of three videos brought to you by Mathaf. Throughout this series, Dr Puppin will be demonstrating the line techniques used by the artist. Videos will be available on our Youtube channel MathafModern .

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Mathaf Curatorial Forum 2020: Curating through Catastrophe: Re-imagining Borders and Circulations

10, 11 and 12 August 2020

This annual program led by Mathaf Curators and invited speakers, opens debates on curatorial thinking and practices, introducing ideas and methodologies around the discourse of art and the histories and networks of curatorial practice. This year’s edition titled, “Curating through Catastrophe: Re-imagining Borders and Circulations” is led by Marwa Arsanios, artist, filmmaker and researcher, Ute Meta Bauer, Curator, Khwezi Gule, Curator, Randa Maroufi, an artist and filmmaker, and Gabi Ncgobo, Curator. The programme is hosted by Mathaf Curatorial and Research members, Ranjit Hoskote, Abdellah Karroum, Lina Ramadan, Nora Abdulmajeed. The programme concludes at 6 PM on Wednesday, 12 August with an online public panel discussion with the guest speakers, moderated by Mathaf Curators. 

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Mathaf Summer Camp Online

11, 18, 25 August and 1 September 2020  

Mathaf summer program is an annual program dedicated for young children to learn about the museum’s collection and exhibitions through deep observation, discussion and analysis of artworks and participating in hands-on learning activities. This introduces children to different concepts and practices behind modern and contemporary art. Activities will be presented on our IGTV @MathafModern .  

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International Collaborations

Our world is burning at Palais de Tokyo – Paris is an exhibition conceived in collaboration with MATHAF from 21 February – 13 September 2020


Photo from Our World is Burning © Palais de Tokyo featuring Sammy Baloji, Untitled, 2018