Ghazaleh Avarzamani, Forced Afloat, 2021. Installation view at Aga Khan Museum. Photo by Toni Hafkenscheid

Date:  Tuesday 7 June 2022
Time:  16:00
Location:  Ismaili Centre London, 1-7 Cromwell Gardens, South Kensington, SW7 2SL
Tickets:  Free. Book.

Join us to hear artist-in-residence Ghazaleh Avarzamani discuss her practice and her joint residency and commission with the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto.

Taking place at Ismaili Centre London, Ghazaleh will be in-conversation with Aga Khan Museum Director Ulrike Al-Khami, Delfina Foundation Director Aaron Cezar, and Aga Khan Museum Special Projects Curator Marianne Fenton.

Following the discussion, guests are invited to join us around the corner at Cromwell Place to visit the Ab-Anbar Gallery exhibition Thingamajig, which features the work of nine leading contemporary artists of Iranian heritage, including Ghazaleh herself. New exhibitions from Selma Feriani Gallery, Tiwani, and others will also open at Cromwell Place at that time.

Ghazaleh Avarzamani is the recipient of a joint residency between Aga Khan Museum and Delfina Foundation. Her residency in London has additional support from Canada House.

Access info

Regarding the exhibition at Ab-Anbar Gallery in Cromwell Place which follows the talk: “Cromwell Place welcomes and cater to visitors of all neurological and physical abilities. Ramps, accessible lifts, toilets and entrances are in place, if any of these are required please message and our team will be in touch.”

Access info regarding the talk venue at Ismaili Centre London tbc.