K-oh-llective


K-oh-llective (or KOH in short) is an artist group of five visual artists who have a shared desire to facilitate collective conversations around art practices. This platform is used for resource-sharing among artists, writers and curators in Egypt and the Arab world who are in need of this content and critical discourse. It features an open-source library with a database of essential tools for arts practitioners, as well as a selection of podcasts, texts and discussions. It stages online/offline studio visits and acts as a conduit for future art-making and cross-disciplinary collaboration.





Some

FAQ‘s

Q: Where did you first meet?
A: Miami (Alexandria, not Florida).

Q: How did K-oh-llective start?
A: On a whatsapp group, previously called “Boot Camp”.

Q: How would you describe K-oh-llective in 3 words?
A: Artist Support Group.

Q: Where do you guys usually meet?
A: on Zoom, Messenger, Whatsapp and Instagram.

Q: What do you mean by ‘emerging artists?’
A: Artists, like ourselves, always catching application deadlines rather than feelings.

Q: What kind of contributions are you expecting?
A: We expect various types of contributions; text, reviews, critiques, conversations or any other form that we might have not thought of.

Q: What would you describe as the turning point for K-oh-llective?
A: Well, that would be getting an acceptance letter from Mophradat which stated that we received a grant. This, of course, involves a contract to sign so that the work must be done.


Head over to Library to learn about the Open Call for Art Publications ✦ Listen to our latest podcast episode with artist Mohamed Abdelkarim - What is the exchange rate for exposure? ✦ Get in touch at info@kohllective.com ✦ 

Head over to Library to learn about the Open Call for Art Publications ✦ Listen to our latest podcast episode with artist Mohamed Abdelkarim - What is the exchange rate for exposure? ✦ Get in touch at info@kohllective.com ✦