Mahmoud Alibadi

Visual artist, Art historian and curator. He focuses on conceptual and interactive process as aesthetic
elements in the artwork. He works with multimedia, as photography, video, painting, text,
installation, painting and performance. He works also as an art educator and advisor, and holds
workshops and lectures.

Born in Tawra, Iraq and lives and works in Denmark since 1993. He is educated from the Academy
of Fine Arts, University of Baghdad and he has also been awarded the degree of Master in Arts in Art
History from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and University of Copenhagen.

His work has been shown in Denmark and many European countries like:
• Women's Museum of Denmark.
• Palazzo Querini Stampalia, Venice, Italy
• National Gallery of Denmark (SMK).
• The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.
• Maraya Art Centre, Sharjah, Dubai.
• koh-i-noor, Copenhagen, DK.
• Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art, Copenhagen, DK.
• North Jutland Art Museum, Aalborg, DK.
• Museum of Foreign Art, Latvia.
• Gallerie Progres, Horsens, DK.
• Gallery Zero, Barcelona, Spain.
• Øksnehallen, Copenhagen, DK.
• The Round Tower, Copenhagen, DK.
• Art Museum of Prague, Czech Republic.
• Italienska Palatset, Vaxjo, Sweden.
• Janus bygningen, West Jutland Art Museum, DK.
• Gallery Art Galaxy, Helsink, Finland.
• Gallery Zandi, Berlin, Germany.
• Museum of Contemporary Art, Roskilde, DK.
• Sophienholm, Lyngby, DK.
• Drammen Museum, Norway.
• Gjethuset, Frederiksværk, DK.
• Narva Museum, Estonia,
• National Museum of Tartu, Estonia.

Membership
• Member of Danish Visual Artists' Association (BKF).
• Member of the International Association of Visual Artists (IAA).
• Board member of the Center for Art and Interculture (CKI) 2009-11.
• Art Advisor for working committee of Danish Refugee Council's Arts Foundation 2007-10.
• Member of the judging panel for the Danish Refugee Council's Artist Prize 2009.

Grants and awards
• The Danish Arts Council.
• Danish Center for Culture and Development.
• National Bank of Denmark, Erik Hoffmeyer Price.
• Copenhagen Cultural Foundation.
• Ministry of Culture, Development Foundation.

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