Sanayeh Project, 1994
– Introduction word by Christine Tohmé, 1994 – Download here.
Marseille-Beirut with Château de Servieres, 1996
Sioufi Garden Project, 1997
– Introduction word by Christine Tohmé, October 10th, 1997 – here (arabic).
– Ashkal Alwan – The Sioufi Garden Project [image], Nafas Art Magazine, 1997 – Download here.
Corniche Project, 1999
– Ashkal Alwan – The Corniche Project [image], Nafas Art Magazine, October 5th, 1999 – Download here.
– Mukhtar caught between a mosque and an art place, The Daily Star, October 15th, 1999 – Download part 1 and part 2.
– بعد التهديد بتحطيم معرض الكورنيش، من يحمي الثقافة في لبنان؟, Rabih EL Chami, October 28th, 1999 – Download part 1 and part 2.
– تسوية ملتبسة لمعرض الكورنيش: إلى متى تتخلى الدولة عن دورها؟, Al Mustaqbal, Rabih El Chami, October 29th, 1999 – Download part 1 and part 2.
Contemporary Art from Lebanon, Borusan Sanat Gallery, Istanbul, 2000
Hamra Street Project, 2000
Audio Workshop with the British Council, 2001
Missing Links, Townhouse Gallery, Cairo, 2001
Possible Narratives, VideoBrasil, 2003
Laughter | A program of theatre, installation, video and debate from Beirut
produced in collaboration with LIFT/London International Festival of Theater,
My Neck Is Thinner Than A Hair, Volumes 1-21 | A presentation by The Atlas
Group in collaboration with Tony Chakar, Bilal Khbeiz, and Walid Raad,
Most Probably I will be Performing this Dream Tonight | Lecture, video
installation, multimedia performance, publication, film screenings, Beirut,
Traveling is Impossible | Harun, Kodwo and I (2006) Films by Harun Farocki and
films by The Black Audio Film Collective, presented by Kodwo Eshun,
Meanwhile, since the launch of Home Workspace in 2011, Ashkal Alwan has hosted, programmed and commissioned over 50 public events on a regular basis, ranging from lectures and conferences to performances, film screenings and book launches. Public programming is usually open to the public for free.
For a full list of the public programming at Home Workspace, please refer to the Archives section of this website.
To inquire about future public programming in Home Workspace, please contact Marie-Nour Héchaimé at firstname.lastname@example.org.