Australian Muslim artists say 'enough'

A group of 15 artists has explored the contemporary Australian Muslim experience in a new exhibition.

The Khalas exhibition at UNSW Galleries in Sydney features works across a number of mediums.

Khalas in Arabic has a several definitions including "stop," "finish," and "enough." Gallery material said the exhibit is named Khalas as "many Australian Muslims have had enough".


Artist Abdul-Rahman Abdullah.
Artist Abdul-Rahman Abdullah.
SBS News


"From the daily media beat-ups, to outright racist leadership taunts directed at Muslims, this modern day Orientalism relentlessly depicts Islamo-fascist terrorists, creeping Shariah and the fantasy of infantilised Muslim women," it says.

Curator Phillip George told SBS News the exhibition offers the chance for Australians to get "outside the Anglo-Saxon dome and start to look at the world with a new vision, a new way of seeing reality".



Natarsha Kallios


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