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Raven Row presents two related exhibitions by Babak Ghazi and Gareth Jones. Each artist stages a totalising view of their work, marking both an endRead More
The top floor of Raven Row gallery is divided into two adjacent, small, white spaces. Each room contains two sets of shelves, back-to-back.Read More
Babak Ghazi (b, London, 1977) is the mastermind of an irregularly published magazine called Not Yet—a title that hints at what his overall practice proposes: the idea of things existing in a temporal narrative that is available to him to re-order and re-present. Ghazi's practice draws on notions of appropriation and history; he dips back and reframes past works of art and cultural imagery, presenting them as new, unfamiliar and changed—or simply suddenly remembered—in the present. —Melissa Gronlund
Selected exhibitions include Girlfriend Photos, Valentine, Paris (2013), Babak Ghazi, Lifework / Gareth Jones, Untitled Structure, Raven Row, London (2012), Won't Let U Down, Carl Freedman Gallery, London (2004); Babak Ghazi, Whitechapel Project Space, London (2006); and Babak Ghazi, Galerie Chez Valentin, Paris (2006). Selected group exhibitions include Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2002, Barbican, London (2002); From A to B and Back again, Galerie Chez Valentin, Paris (2005); ANACHRONISM, Argos, Brussels (2007); Ready Made, Yvon Lambert, Paris, Paris (2008); and Sur le Dandysme Aujourd´Hui, CGAC (Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea), Santiago de Compostela (2009).
Ghazi is represented by Galerie Chez Valentin in Paris