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Posted On: 9 August 2022 08:00 am
Updated On: 1 November 2022 03:02 pm

Taysir Batniji: No Condition is Permanent Exhibition

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Taysir exhibition

Event Details:

Location: Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha
Date: 16 September 2022 - 21 January 2023
Time: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm
Ticket Purchase: Online
  • One Pass Holder - It's free!
  • Adult - 50QR
  • Child (Age 16 and under) - It's free!
Phone: 4402 8830
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Presented within a global context of social uncertainty and fragility of historical narratives, the exhibition features productions and reproductions of Batniji’s art created between 1997 and 2022. During this period, the artist lived in France, but his life and work meditate on Palestine. While the exhibition’s title refers to a single artwork, the curatorial narrative and works on display look at Batniji’s diverse practice using photography, drawing, video, installation, and performance.

Co-curated by Abdellah Karroum and Lina Ramadan, No Condition is Permanent is one of several programs scheduled as part of Qatar-MENASA 2022 Year of Culture.

No Condition is Permanent is a reflective space dedicated to the artist Taysir Batniji and his work meditating on Palestine.


  • 16 September 2022 – 21 January 2023

Museums' Timings:

  • Saturday to Thursday: 9 am - 7 pm
    Fridays: 1:30 - 7 pm

Location: Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha

Special operating hours will be in effect from 1 November–20 December. Please note that the information is subject to change and may be updated at any time.

Sunday through Saturday: 10 am – 8 pm

Note: Last entry to museums and galleries is 30 minutes prior to closure.

The permanent collection galleries at Mathaf will be closed until 10 November. The entire museum will be closed to the public on the following Education City Stadium match days:

  • Tuesday 22 November
  • Thursday 24 November
  • Saturday 26 November
  • Monday 28 November
  • Wednesday 30 November
  • Friday 2 December
  • Thursday 6 December
  • Friday 9 December


Source and image credit: Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art