Zanbeel is a proud supporter of emerging artists and curators, nurturing new talent and creating space for creative projects from a spectrum of perspectives and disciplines.
Exploring the connected spaces of memory and imagination, the artists dream from a range of perspectives, using a range of media, including comic books and motion graphics. Artists: Prithi Khalique, Saba Farhoudnia, Ziba Rajabi & Sanika Phawde. Curated by Maryam Ghoreishi & Rashmi Viswanathan.
Artist Gazelle Samizay presents several works in conversation with her father in a solo exhibition. "Home is an idea, as much as it is a physical structure, transcending borders and generations." Co-curated by Santiago Navila.
Several women collectively embroider the wedding dress of a young bride. Each thread and stitch represents a piece of advice the young bride is given. Amassed together the threads' strength becomes visible, symbolizing the powerful, yet complicated bonds between the women in this family. Artist: Gazelle Samizay.
How is the transformative nature of geometry used in Islamic Art? We invite you to explore this question through the practice of teachers and alumni of The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts. Curated by Amina Ahmed & Santiago Navila.
Zanbeel presents solo show of artist Antonio Puri. "I embrace the possibility that we can exist in a world free from labels."
Encouraging students to express themselves: a space to focus on youth subculture from an international perspective, as it creatively unites, grows, and finds a unique voice of its own. Mentorship program for undergraduate students to learn how to curate an exhibition. Curated by Sadaf Ahmed.