My lithograph "Djamila" has been acquired for the permenant collection by The Ulrich Museum of Art in Wichita, KS. "Djamila" was produced with Bedrock Art Editions in Kansas City, MO.
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A fantastic article by David Pagel on my work and practice in the LA Times.
"In The Fields of Empty Days" has been reviewed for the L.A. Times by Christopher Knight.
My solo show "Phantom" will open at Denk Gallery on June 2nd from 6-8 pm. The show features eight new pieces and will run through July 7th.
I will have a piece in "Unexpected Encounters" at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. The exhibition is a sampling of works acquired by the museum over the last ten years. The show opens on June 2nd and runs through August 12th.
My recently completed lithograph "Djamila" has been purchased by The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. "Djamila" is a 21 plate variable edition lithograph made in collaboration with Bedrock Art Editions. I am thrilled to have the piece included in the collection of the Nelson-Atkins.
detail of "Djamila"
My painting from 2009 "Iran: Pillars" will be included in a group show at LACMA called "In the Fields of Empty Days". The show opens May 6th and runs through September 9th. "Iran: Pillars" was acquired by LACMA last year, this is the first time it will be shown at the museum.
For more information about the exhibition go to http://www.lacma.org/art/exhibition/fields-empty-days
The show was reviewed in the L.A. Times by Christopher Knight http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/arts/la-et-cm-iranian-art-lacma-20180604-htmlstory.html
To purchase the catalogue with essays by LACMA curators Linda Komaroff, Sandra Williams and others go to
After months of work and a couple of trips to Kansas City my first lithograph is now available through Bedrock Art Editions. It is a variable edition lithograph measuring just under 24" x 24". The lithograph is mounted on Komatex and has hand applications of collage, pins and hand painted tacks. Each of the 14 pieces produced vary in terms of the hand applications.
For more info visit http://www.bedrockarteditions.com/faulwell-dajmila-2018/
I have a couple pieces in the inaugural group show at Neumann/Wolfson Art in New York. Other artists in the show are Kristin Baker, Michael Bevilacqua, Alison Blickle, James Busby, Sydney Chastain-Chapman, Justin Craun, Ben Edwards, Kristina Neumann, Naomi Okubo, Matthew Ronay, Charlie Roberts, Justin Samson, Tom Sanford, Kenny Scharf, Christian Schumann, Aya Uekawa and Kelli Williams.
For more information on the gallery and the show go to http://neumannwolfsonart.com/exhibitions.html
I have a couple small works in Hi-Res at Kravets Wehby Gallery in New York. The show which also features work by Alison Blickle, Allison Zuckerman, Sydney Chastain-Chapman, Wendell Gladstone, Aya Uekawa, Jamea Richmond-Edwards, Stan Narten, and Tylonn Sawyer opened on June 7th and will run through the end of July.
I will have work in the Lawrie Shabibi booth at the Dallas Art Fair. The booth will also include work by Mounir Fatmi, Nadia Kaabi-Linke, Nabil Nahas, Shahpour Pouyan and Farhad Ahrarnia The fair runs from April 6-9.
I will have a piece loaned by Kansas City art collector Rod Parks in The Collector's Room at Epsten Gallery in Overland Park, KS. The show features works borrowed from several Kansas City area collections. Artists included in the show are Thomas Hart Benton, Ian Davis, Ruud Van Empel, Asad Faulwell, Robert Parke Harrison, Shi Jian, Brad Kahlhamer, Joyce Kaplan, Hendrik Kerstens, Hung Liu, Kerry James Marshall, Jim Sajovic, Allison Schulnik, Irma Starr, Sam Taylor-Johnson, and Kehinde Wiley. The show opens February 12th and runs through April 9th.
I am very pleased that Pillars:Iran is now part of the permanent collection at LACMA. The piece will also be included in a group show at LACMA opening in 2018.
My 2nd solo show with Lawrie/Shabibi Gallery in Dubai will open January 9th and run through February 4th. The show features new work made over the last year. For more information check out Lawrie/Shabibi's website.
Reviews of the show
I have a piece in Collaboration at SMC's Barrett Art Gallery in Santa Monica. The show is curated by Kirk Pedersen and featured work from every artist who has had a book published by Zero+ Publishing. Works by Lisa Adams, Jeff Alu, Chaz Bojorquez, Fatemeh Burnes, Roman Cho, Cryptik, Dabs Myla, Craig Deines, Eyeone-Raymundo T. Reynoso, Michael Falzone, Asad Fauwell, Blaine Fontana, Lawrence Gipe, Wendell Gladstone, Mercedes Helnwein, Andrew Hem, Yumiko Kayukawa, Augustine Kofie, Nathan Ota, Kirk Pedersen, Shark Toof, Jophen Stein, Edwin Ushiro, Sage Vaughn, Mark Dean Veca, Mark Whalen, Tatiana Wills & Tavar Zwacki are included in the show.
I have a couple new pieces in "Unseen" at Lawrie/Shabibi Gallery. The show opened in May will run through September 10th. Artists featured in the exhibit are Adel Abidin, Farhad Ahrarnia, Asad Faulwell, Driss Ouadahi, Nathaniel Rackowe and Shahpour Pouyan.
For more information go to www.lawrieshabibi.com
I have a new piece in Block Party at Kravets/Wehby Gallery. The show features work by Nina Chanel Abney, Manuel Esnoz, Asad Faulwell, Torkwase Dyson, Aya Uekawa, Wendell Gladstone, Justin Samson, Tom Sanford, James Busby, Christian Schumann, Michael Van Den Besselaar
The show opened July 14th and will run through the end of August, for more information go to www.kravetswehbygallery.com
Memento, 24"x18" 2016
I have a new piece in AftermoderisM at Nicole Ripka Gallery in Watermill, NY. The show was organized by Neumann/Wolfson Art and features work by over 30 artists. The show opened July 2nd and closes September 4th.
For more information go to http://neumannwolfsonart.com/exhibitions.html
A book on my Les Femmes d'Alger series is now available for purchase at http://www.zeropluspublishing.com/
The book is 72 pages long with 45 color plates and features essays by David Pagel and Franklin Sirmans as well as an interview with Sara Raza.
Very pleased to announce I will be having a solo show at Bill Brady Gallery in Kansas City, MO. The show opens April 8th and feature 8 new works made over the last 15 months.
I will have two pieces in the Lawrie/Shabibi Booth (Booth F18) at the Dallas Art Fair. The booth will include work by Farhad Ahrarnia, Asad Faulwell, Nadia Kaabi-Linke and Nabil Nahas. The fair opens on the 14th of April and runs through the 17th.
I have a new pice in "Sensorium" at Kravets'Wehby Gallery in New York. The show features work by Michael Bevilacqua, Matthew F. Fisher, Michael Van Den Besselaar, Asad Faulwell, Aya Uekawa, Tom Sanford, James Busby and runs from January 16 - February 20, 2016.
Very happy to have Les Femmes D'Alger #52 in The Oppenheimer Collection at Nerman MOCA. The painting is 72" x 180" and will be included in my forthcoming solo show at Bill Brady Gallery before heading to its permenant home at The Nerman.
I will have a piece in the Bill Brady Gallery booth at NADA in Miami Beach. The fair opens on the 3rd and runs through the 5th of December.
I will have a piece in the Lawrie/Shabibi Booth at Art Dubai along with Hamra Abbas, Adel Abidin, Shaikha Al Mazrou, Nadia Kaabi-Linke, Nabil Nahas, Nathaniel Rackowe and Mona Saudi.
I am very happy to have a piece in Misappropriations:New Acquisitions at OCMA. The show features a selection of works recently acquired by the museum and is curated by Dan Cameron. Other artists in the show are Abetz/Drescher, Ricci Albenda, Edgar Arceneaux, Libby Black, Mari Eastman, Ala Ebtekar, Jim Lambie, Rodney McMillian, Jason Middlebrook, Kristen Morgin, Cady Noland, David Rathman, David Scher, Ed Templeton, Jeffrey Vallance, and Millie Wilson. The show opens February 15th and closes on May 24th.
Les Femmes D Alger #37 48 x 36 2014
An article about my work in Algerian newspaper El Watan by Faten Hayed.
My solo show "Obelisk Movements" opened last Thursday at Kravets/Wehby Gallery in New York City. The show will be open until November 19th and features six pieces done over the last 10 months. This is my third solo show with Kravets Wehby and first since May of 2012.
I have a small piece in a group show at Edward Cella Art and Architecture in Los Angeles. The show opened Saturday September 20th and will run through November 22nd.
A wonderful article by Katherine Brooks of The Huffington Post about my Les Femmes D Alger series.
I was recently interviewed by Yetkin Nural of Bant Mag.
I am very happy to announce that Les Femmes D'Alger #37 is now a part of the permanant collection at The Orange County Museum of Art. The piece was acquired by the museum last month.
I have a new piece in "People Staring" at Kravets/Wehby Gallery. The show opened June 5th and will run through July 5th. If your in New York this summer stop by and check it out. In addition to my work the show features new works by Alison Blickle, James Busby, Sydney Chastain Chapman, Stan Narten, Charlie Roberts, Justin Samson and Devan Shimoyama.
I will have work in Fountains of the Deep curated by Darren Aronofsky. The show opens March 7th in NYC and features work by over 50 artists.
I will be having my first international solo show Bed of Broken Mirrors at Lawrie/Shabibi Gallery. The show will be opening January 11th and closing in March.
Check out this amazing article in Harper's Bazaar Art by Steff Sykes on the work of Amir Fallah and myself. This issue also has a full page preview of Bed of Broken Mirrors.
Review of Bed of Broken Mirrors by Kevin Jones for Artforum Critics Picks
An article/interview for REORIENT by Joobin Bekhrad
Review of Bed of Broken Mirrors by Danna Lorch for Danna Writes
Review of Bed of Broken Mirrors by Geraldine Lee for Artitute
Review of Bed of Broken Mirrors by Muhammad Yusuf for The Gulf Today
Review of Bed of Broken Mirrors by Jyoti Kalsi for Gulf News
Review of Bed of Broken Mirrors by Anna Seaman
Blouin Art's Top 5 shows in Al Quoz
Check out this preview on Art and Culture Blog Eternal Optimist
and this preview on NSS Mag an Italian art and culture blog
The team from In The Make came by my studio in the spring. This awesome interview is the result. Check it out at the link below.
I will have a couple pieces up in the Kravets/Wehby booth at the UNTITLED Art Fair in Miami. The work will be up December 4th - 8th.
Check out this write up in CASA Vogue
Check out this profile from the Beautiful/Decay website with tons of images and a nice synopsis of the "Les Femmes D'Alger" series. Also a similar profile at Juxtapoz.com
I will have work in Rogue Wave '13 at L.A. Louver opening July 18th and running through August 24th. The show will include work by 15 L.A. based artists.
Sarah Awad, Matthew Brandt, Kent Familton, Asad Faulwell, Peter Holzhauer, Sherin Guirguis, Farrah Karapetian, Laure Krifka, Owen Kydd, Ashley Landrum, Heather Gwen Martin, Christopher Miles, Alison O'Daniel, Kim Schoenstadt and Eric Yahnker.
Reviews and Previews of the show can be found below:
I have new work up at the Lawrie/Shabibi booth at Art13 in London.
The booth was named one of the 10 best at the fair and got a ton of press.
I will have several pieces in a two person show with Chris Johanson at The Nassau County Museum of Art opening March 9th. The Nassau County Museum of Art is located in Roslyn Harbor, NY just outside of New York City.
For more information check out http://asadfaulwell.blogspot.com/2013/02/asad-faulwell-and-chris-johanson-nassau.html
I will be having my first museum solo exhibition at The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art in Overland Park, KS. I was just in a group show at the Nerman celebrating the museum's Oppenheimer Collection and am very excited to be working with the Nerman on this solo show. The show is called "Pins and Needles" and will feature 9 medium to large scale works from 2010-2012.
THE OPENING HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO EXTREME WEATHER.
for more information go to my blog http://asadfaulwell.blogspot.com/2013/02/pins-and-needles-at-nerman-museum-of.html
I have a small piece in About Face at ACME Gallery. The show is curated by Daniel Weinberg and runs from November 17th-December 22nd.
I will have work in Chockablock at The University Art Museum in Long Beach. The show is curated by Kristina Newhouse and runs from January 26th - April 15th.
I will have work in The New World at The Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art. The show is curated by Roman Stollenwerk and runs from January 22nd - March 16th
Review of The New World in IE Weekly http://ieweekly.com/2013/02//pick-of-the-week-events/the-new-world/