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Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde

Haleh Redjaian | in-between spaces

in-between spaces, a solo exhibition of new works by Berlin-based artist Haleh Redjaian will be held in Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde in dubai. This will be the artist’s first solo show in the Middle East. 

Haleh Redjaian makes use of abstraction to highlight the human tendency of overlaying reality with structures and systems to apprehend what cannot be otherwise grasped. In her drawings, carpets and spatial thread installations, the artist deploys ready-made or hand-drawn grids and lines as a framework for her geometric elaborations. By allowing irregularities and deviations within this strict order, Redjaian acknowledges the ever-present and unforeseen surprises that make up our incomprehensible lives. Her drawings consist of layer upon layer of repetitive line structures in graphite, overlaid with patterns of geometrical shapes in a watercolour palette and shimmering golden details. These light distractions subtly break out of the rigid rational systems that try to contain them. 

Appropriating the rich Iranian heritage of textile weaving, the artist interprets her visual vocabulary in a series of hand-knitted carpets. The minimalistic white or gridded carpets are sourced from a manufacturer in Kerman, Iran, and function as the backdrop on which Redjaian stitches long, fine threads that present a thought-provoking dialogue between tradition and modernity. Evenly referencing her Iranian background, a large-scale installation will form the focal point of the exhibition. Inspired by the striking architecture of the iconic Azadi Tower in Tehran, the landmark will be interpreted through a set of threads attached from the wall to the floor, evoking Redjaian’s gridded universe in the three-dimensional space.. This will be the artist’s first solo show in the Middle East. 

Redjaian makes use of abstraction to highlight the human tendency of overlaying reality with structures and systems to apprehend what cannot be otherwise grasped. In her drawings, carpets and spatial thread installations, the artist deploys ready-made or hand-drawn grids and lines as a framework for her geometric elaborations. By allowing irregularities and deviations within this strict order, Redjaian acknowledges the ever-present and unforeseen surprises that make up our incomprehensible lives. Her drawings consist of layer upon layer of repetitive line structures in graphite, overlaid with patterns of geometrical shapes in a watercolour palette and shimmering golden details. These light distractions subtly break out of the rigid rational systems that try to contain them. 

Appropriating the rich Iranian heritage of textile weaving, the artist interprets her visual vocabulary in a series of hand-knitted carpets. The minimalistic white or gridded carpets are sourced from a manufacturer in Kerman, Iran, and function as the backdrop on which Redjaian stitches long, fine threads that present a thought-provoking dialogue between tradition and modernity. Evenly referencing her Iranian background, a large-scale installation will form the focal point of the exhibition. Inspired by the striking architecture of the iconic Azadi Tower in Tehran, the landmark will be interpreted through a set of threads attached from the wall to the floor, evoking Redjaian’s gridded universe in the three-dimensional space.

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