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Raw Queens

Meriem Bennani and Fatima Mazmouz


New Waves

Mohamed Melehi and the Casablanca Art School


When Legacies Become Debts


Behjat Sadr: Dusted Waters



The Mosaic Rooms presents the first UK exhibition dedicated to Behjat Sadr (1924-2009), now regarded as one of Iran’s most influential and radical visual artists. The exhibition brings together a selection of masterpieces by the artist never seen before in the UK.

What do you mean, here we are?

Townhouse gallery, Cairo


“What do you mean, here we are?” is a retrospective of the renowned Townhouse Gallery in Cairo, Egypt. Founded in 1998, Townhouse emerged onto a scene dominated by the Egyptian Ministry of Culture and its private affiliates. As one of the first independent art spaces in Cairo, Townhouse has borne witness to an unusual and intriguing trajectory.


Hamed Abdalla


This solo exhibition is dedicated to the influential Egyptian modernist painter Hamed Abdalla (1917-1985). ARABÉCÉDAIRE explores Abdalla’s extensive archives and library, looking at him both as an artist and as a researcher. Curated by Morad Montazami, this will be the first exhibition in the UK of this significant Egyptian artist.

The Mosaic Rooms 10 Years

Modern Masters and Contemporary Culture from the Arab World and Iran


The Gap Between Us

Basma Alsharif


The Gap Between Us is the first UK solo exhibition by artist and film-maker Basma Alsharif, featuring three key works from different periods of the artist’s practice. This exhibition’s central work will be Ouroboros (2017) Alsharif’s first feature length film, screened here in a gallery context for the first time.


The show has a long title that I don’t recall anymore

Pascal Hachem

15/09/17 11:00 am2/12/17 6:00 pm

This is an ambitious exhibition of new work by Lebanese artist Pascal Hachem will be composed of new sculptural installations, conceived in response to The Mosaic Rooms gallery.




Shift will be the UK’s first all women show of artists from Saudi Arabia. Featuring work by Dana Awartani, Reem al-Nasser and Zahra Al-Ghamdi.


Judy Price


Judy Price presents a unique and complex body of work focused on Palestine. 2017 marks 100 years since the Balfour declaration which resulted in the mass displacement of the Palestinian nation and people. Two multi-screen installations and a photographic piece reflect in very different ways on Palestine’s colonial past and the present experience of occupation.

Pattern Recognition

Young Artist of the Year Award 2016 (YAYA16)

Tuesday to Saturday, 11am – 6pm FREE

Showcasing the best of emerging contemporary art from Palestine, The Mosaic Rooms present five new works and one special performance by selected artists shortlisted for the A.M. Qattan Foundation’s prestigious Young Artist of the Year 2016.


What Language Do You Speak Stranger?

Current exhibition by Katia Kameli

Tuesday to Saturday, 11am – 6pm FREE

The Mosaic Rooms are delighted to present the first UK solo exhibition of French-Algerian artist Katia Kameli. Drawing together both new and recent work, it takes the audience on a journey through the power of storytelling, questioning ideas of historical authenticity and national identity.

In the Future They Ate from the Finest Porcelain

Larissa Sansour

Tuesday to Saturday, 11am – 6pm, FREE

The first London solo of internationally exhibited artist Larissa Sansour, with new works which examine the contemporary politics of present day Palestine/Israel.

Sea Change – Chapter 1: Character 1, In the Rough

Hajra Waheed

Tuesday to Saturday, 11am – 6pm, FREE

The first UK presentation of the ‘first chapter’ from Hajra Waheed’s Sea Change series – an on-going visual novel and multimedia archive.

Suspended Accounts

Young Artist of the Year Award 2014 (YAYA14)

Tuesday to Saturday, 11am – 6pm, FREE

Group show of emerging Palestinian artists – winners and finalists of the A. M. Qattan Foundation’s YAYA14.

Not Towards Home, But The Horizon


Tuesday to Saturday, 11am – 6pm, FREE

The first UK solo show by leading figure of contemporary Arab art Marwan. Featuring paintings, etchings and works on paper.

Tracing Landscapes

Dia Batal

Tuesday to Saturday, 11am – 6pm* FREE

An exhibition of new works by spatial designer Dia Batal for London Design Festival. Batal uses the art of Arabic calligraphy to transform text into objects.

I Spy With My Little Eye…

A New Generation of Beirut Artists

Tuesday to Saturday, 11am – 6pm, FREE

I Spy with My Little Eye… explores a shift in artistic practice within a new generation of artists connected to Beirut.

Pop-up Garden

Tue-Sat, 11am-6pm FREE

Smallworld Urbanism has been commissioned by The Mosaic Rooms to create a sustainable pop-up permaculture garden highlighting the power of gardening as a positive force for social activism.

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