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Adam Khalil (US)

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Adam Khalil, a member of the Ojibway tribe, is an artist whose practice attempts to subvert traditional forms of image-making through humor, relation, and transgression. Khalil is a core contributor to New Red Order and a co-founder of COUSINS Collective.

Khalil’s work has been exhibited/screened at the MoMA, Sundance Film Festival, Tate Modern, HKW, Toronto Biennial 2019 and Whitney Biennial 2019, among other institutions. Upcoming exhibitions will be held at Gasworks in London, Spike Island in Bristol, and Artists Space in NYC.

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Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer: Empty Metal, 2018, still. Courtesy of the artists

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New Red Order: Crimes Against Reality, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, installation view, 2020. Photo: Courtesy of the artists

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Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer: Nosferasta, ongoing, still. Courtesy of the artists

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Adam Khalil & Zack Khali: INAATE/SE, 2016, still. Courtesy of the artists

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New Red Order: The Violence of Civilization Without Secrets, HD video, 2017. Photo: Courtesy of the artists

Adam Khalil.

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