This work, "Menace," is used for the cover of an Anthology by Sweet Action Poetry Collective. Proceeds from all anthology sales go to benefit Standing Rock.
The Khayamiya Monument launches in Bay Ridge. In conjunction with the opening, two open mics are held, inviting people from the Arab and African immigrant communities and female veterans to share stories.
Sheherzade's Gift Twelve Gates Arts
October 20- November 26
And still she grows flowers in her flesh: New works by Alexandria Smith and Katherine Toukhy Five Myles Gallery
July 17- August 7, Opening reception Sunday July 17, 4:30-7pm
Sheherzade's Gift at the Center for Book Arts, curated by Jaishri Abichandani
With: Nida Abidi, Nehar Ahkami, Fariba Salma Alam, Ambreen Butt, Ruby Chishti, Dahlia Elsayed, Roya Farassat, Miriam Ghani, Meena Hasan, Gita Hashemi, Mala Iqbal, Mona Saeed Kamal, Gelare Khoshgozaran, Sa'dia Rehman, Nooshing Rostami, Hiba Schahbaz, Negin, Sharifzadeh, Katherine Toukhy
August 10, 6:30 pm
September 7, 6:30 pm
The Art of Herstory, celebrating women artists of the African diaspora
with: Mequitta Ahuja, Vinnie Bagwell, Aisha Tandiwe Bell, Nona Faustine, Pheobe Tree, Althea Brown, Beatrice Lebreton, Natasha Johnson, Chanel Kennebrew, Clymenza Hawkins, Colette Gaiter, Helen Ramsaran, Katherine Toukhy, Marlene Furtick, Nakeya Brown, Wilhemina Grant and many more
Skylight Gallery, Bedstuy Restoration Corporation & Welancora Gallery
March 18- Jun 18, Opening reception March 18 6-9 (at both venues)
a bad question online exhibit in conjunction with tART Collective and Smoke School of Art
Two pieces, "Bigger Picture" and "Anatomy of Resistance" are presented along with art from the Arab Spring in Creative Dissent at Alwan for the Arts. This second iteration of the show in NYC includes: Lucien Samaha, Farras Abdelnour, Negin Sharifzadeh, Ganzeer, Lia Mahmoudian, Katherine Toukhy, Issam Khourbaj, Amina Ahmed
Bay Ridge SAW presents "You broke the ocean in half" made in collaboration with women at the Arab American Association, synthesizing their writings and paintings into this collage portrait.
With a team of artists and organizers in Queens, under the facilitation of Jeanne van Heeswijk at the Queens Museum, a series of on-street interactions to engage people with the question "Do you feel connected?" is created and presented.
"What doesn't kill you makes you-" is presented with a collection of works on paper at Williamsburg Art and Historical Society in the show, "Over the Edge: Paperworks Unbound." The piece is awarded recognition as one of the ten best in show by curator of The Drawing Center, Claire Gilman.
A collaboration with Floor Grootenhuis for the Queens Art Intervention, "The Living Museum" is a workshop/museum on the sidewalk where the public imprints objects of personal meaning to them for temporary display.
Reception Sept 21, 5-9 pm
78 Crosby St, Suite 203, New York, NY
A series of multimedia works is presented for a short-run solo show.
Several works are shown alongside local and international women artists, curated by Anabel Vazquez Rodriquez.