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DIA AL AZZAWI DIA AL AZZAWI

DIA AL AZZAWI, Iraq (1939)

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Bio

Written by Wafa Roz

Dia Azzawi, born in Baghdad in 1939, is an Iraqi artist whose impressive oeuvre negotiates new relationships between the past and the present, the local and the international. Though he has resided in London for many years, the artist’s training took place in his native Iraq. He graduated from Baghdad University in 1962 with a degree in archaeology and earned a Diploma in Fine Arts from the Baghdad Institute of Fine Arts in 1964. After completing his studies, he worked for the Department of Antiquities in Baghdad until his move to the English capital in 1976. Azzawi’s paintings incorporate motifs from ancient Mesopotamian visual culture, Islamic traditions of calligraphy, and Western modernist principles of abstraction to comment on the political instability of the Middle East and reflect upon the artist’s experiences living between cultures.

Azzawi was politically active from an early age, and from the very beginning, faced the consequences for his passionate self-expression. In fact, the young artist was expelled from school in 1956, when he was seen demonstrating in support of Nasser’s nationalization of the Suez Canal. However, his artistic skills ultimately earned him re-admission; he was called back after King Faysal II visited his school and admired his paintings. The monarch was so impressed by young Azzawi’s talent that he invited him to his palace, promising to send him to study art in Italy. The fall of the monarchy in 1958 prevented the king from fulfilling his promise, however, and Azzawi did not ultimately study in Italy. Azzawi once again faced punishment for his political opinions in 1963, when his open opposition to the Baath coup leads to three months of imprisonment. 

Azzawi’s lifelong involvement with Iraqi artists’ groups began in the 1960s with the encouragement of his first and most significant mentor, Hafidh al-Droubi. Al-Droubi, a giant in the arts community of Baghdad, brought Azzawi into the Impressionists art collective, of which he was the director. Azzawi was later associated with the Baghdad Group of Modern Art and Istilham Al Turath (“Inspiration from Tradition”), both of which were formed by Jawad Selim, and Jamaat Al Baoud Al Wahid (“One Dimension Group”), founded by Shaker Hassan Al Said. In 1968, Azzawi partnered with artists Ismail Fatah al-Turk, Muhammed Muhr al-Din, Hashimi al-Samarchi, Salih Jumai’e, and Rafa al-Nasiri to establish the Jamaat Al Ruyya Al Jadidah (“New Vision Group”), which released a manifesto arguing that art should be stylistically free but directly engaged with contemporary sociopolitical realities. In the increasingly repressive cultural regime of Baathist Iraq, New Vision proposed art as a site for speaking the truth in conditions of untruth. The group also called for a critical reassessment of cultural heritage and its role in art, arguing that “heritage is not a prison, a static phenomenon or a force capable of repressing creativity so long as we have the freedom to accept or challenge its norms.”

In keeping with New Vision ideals, Azzawi’s work has engaged creatively with politics and cultural heritage throughout his career. In the early 1960s, he made figurative images and sculptures with deep connections to mythology and history, inspired by Sumerian traditions such as the epic of Gilgamesh. In the 1970s, he produced what he called Al Qaseedah Al Marsumah (“the drawn poem”), conceptualized as a “visual extension” of poetry such as that in the pre-Islamic Al Muaalaqat al Sabaa. This work developed into Dafatir, artists’ books that were hand-painted and calligraphed, that gave visual form to poems by contemporary poets such as Mahmoud Darwish, Al-Seyab, and Adonis. During this period, Azzawi was moved by political causes beyond Iraq, especially the liberation of Palestine. In response to the events of Black September in 1970, for example, he produced an art book based on the journal of a freedom fighter during the siege of the Jebel Hussein refugee camp in Amman, entitled A Witness of Our Times (1972). After esteemed Palestinian writer Ghassan Kanafani, who was a close friend of Azzawi’s, was assassinated by Mossad in 1972, Azzawi created The Land of Sad Oranges, a set of black and white drawings depicting limp bodies and faceless heads that was based on Kanafani’s short story of the same name. Azzawi’s work would continue to tackle tragedies from throughout the Arab world, perhaps best exemplified by his epic mural-size drawing Sabra & Shatila (1982-1983). This massive work depicts the infamous massacre of Palestinian refugees by Israeli and Phalangist troops during the Lebanese civil war and has drawn a comparison to Picasso’s Guernica.

In 1975, Azzawi left Iraq for the first time to participate in a printmaking workshop in Austria. Inspired by this experience and deeply frustrated by Baath censorship, Azzawi decided to pursue further studies in printmaking in London, where he settled in 1976. While the artist has remained in London, he continues to draw equally from Arab and Western visual vocabularies. Azzawi has incorporated abstraction into his work since the 1960s, and many of his works might evoke the oeuvres of Picasso, Braque, and Leger. He is also a significant contributor to the development of Hurufiyya, a set of aesthetic principles for the use of Islamic calligraphy in modern art, apparent in his integration of the Arabic letter in bold compositions of vibrant colors, expressive lines, and geometric forms. In addition to painting, Azzawi creates small and large- scale sculptures in geometric and organic shapes, often inspired by natural objects such as the desert rose. His work exploits a wide variety of materials, including terracotta, wood, bronze, and polyester resin. 

After more than forty years in self-imposed exile, Azzawi still works and resides in London.

Sources

Faruki Samar, Dia Azzawi: Something Different. Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Publications Department of Meem Gallery with Art Advisory Associated Ltd. 2015.

Faruki Samar, Art in Iraq Today. Milano, Italy: Skira Editore S.p.A.2011

Dia Azzawi, Ballad’s to Bilad Al Sawad, By Nada Shabout. Accessed September 7 ,2017. http://www.contemporarypractic... 

“Dia Al Azzawi: Political Landscapes.” Aesthetica Magazine. Accessed September 7,2017.http://www.aestheticamagazine....

“Frieze Dia al Azzawi, Selected works,1964-73.” Ruya Foundation. Accessed September 8 ,2017.https://ruyafoundation.org/en/2014/10/frieze-masters-dia-al-azzawi/

“Dia – al Azzawi: Iraqi Artist Blossoms in Exile. Al-Akhbar English. Accessed September 8 ,2017. http://english.al-akhbar.com/n...

“Dia-Al Azzawi Biography”. Mathaf Encyclopedia of Modern Art and the Arab World. Accessed September 8, 2017. http://www.encyclopedia.mathaf...

“Befriended by a king, arrested, then forced to fight-Artist Dia Azzawi on the destruction of his beloved Iraq”. The Telegraph. Accessed September 8 ,2017.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/art...

Dia Azzawi- CV. Accessed October 3, 2017. http://www.azzawiart.com/cvres...

‘I felt I was more connected in a way with Arab art.’ by Martin Gayford.Accessed October 3,2017. https://www.apollo-magazine.com/i-felt-i-was-more-connected-in-a-way-with-arab-art/

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CV

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2018

Azzawi, Sabra and Shatila Massacres, Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris, France
Massacres and Joy of Life. Dia Al-Azzawi, the Arab Master of Prints, Espace Claude Lemand, Paris, France

2017

Sculptures, Espace Claude Lemand, Paris, France

2016

I am the cry who will give voice to me? Dia al-Azzawi: A Retrospective (from 1963 until tomorrow),Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha, Qatar

2015

Recent Paintings and Sculptures, Espace Claude Lemand, Paris, France

2014

Massacres et Joie de vivre, Espace Claude Lemand, Paris, France 

2013

Bilad al Sawad and other works, Art Paris Art Fair, Grand Palais, Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris, France
An Itinerary3. Painting and Poetry, Espace Claude Lemand, Paris, France 

2012

An Itinerary.1.Paintings on canvas and wood (1963-2011),Espace Claude Lemand, Paris, France
An Itinerary. 2. Gouaches on paper (1976-2006). Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris, France 
Meem Gallery, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 

2009

Sixth Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Festival, Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Meem Gallery, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
Retrospective, Espace Claude Lemand, Paris, France 

2006

Kalemmat Gallery, Aleppo, Syria
4 Walls Gallery, Amman, Jordan 
Dar al-Funoon Gallery, Kuwait 
Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris, France

2005

Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris, France

2004

Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris, France 

2003

Palestine and Mahmoud Darwish, Cite du Livre, Aix-en-Provence, France 

2001

Retrospective, Institut de Monde Arabe, Paris, France

1996

Art Center, Bahrain 

1995

Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris, France

1994

Al-Manar Gallery, Casablanca, Morocco 
Al-Wasiti Gallery, Casablanca, Morocco 
Galerie d’Art 50x70, Beirut, Lebanon 
Al- Sayed Gallery, Damascus, Syria

1993

Asilah Festival , Asilah, Morocco 
Flandria Gallery, Tanger, Morocco

1991

Galerie D’art 50x70, Beirut, Lebanon
Galerie des Arts, Tunis, Tunisia 

1990

Alif Gallery, Washington, D.C., United States of America
Galeri Nakita, Stockholm, Sweden
Vanazff Gallery, Gothenburg, Sweden
Galerie des Art, Tunis, Tunisia 

1988

Galerie Claudine Planque, Lausanne, Switzerland 

1986

Galerie Faris, Paris, France 
Royal Cultural Center, Amman, Jordan

1984

Alif Gallery, Washington., United States of America 

1983

National Council for Art and Culture, Kuwait

1980

Galerie Faris, Paris, France 
Galerie Centrale, Geneva, Switzerland

1979

Al-Riwaq Gallery, Baghdad, Iraq

1978

Patrick Seale Gallery, London, United Kingdom

1977

Sultan Gallery, Kuwait

1976

Galerie Nadhar, Casablanca, Morocco

1975

National Gallery of Modern Art, Baghdad, Iraq

1974

Sultan Gallery, Kuwait
Contact Gallery, Beirut, Lebanon 

1973

Raslan Gallery, Tripoli, Lebanon 

1971

National Gallery of Modern Art, Baghdad, Iraq
Sultan Gallery, Kuwait 

1969

Exhibition of Paintings of Dia Azzawi, National Museum of Modern Art, Baghdad, Iraq
Sultan Gallery, Kuwait
Dia Azzawi, Gallery One, Beirut, Lebanon 

1968

Exhibition of paintings by Dhia al Azzawi, National Museum of Modern Art, Baghdad, Iraq

1967

Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture by Dia Azzawi, Hall of the Iraqi Artists Society, Baghdad, Iraq

1966

Gallery One, Beirut, Lebanon 

1965

First exhibition of paintings by Dia Azzawi at Al-Wasiti Gallery, Baghdad, Iraq

Selected Group Exhibitions 

2020

Taking Shape: Abstraction from the Arab World, 1950-1980s, Grey Art Gallery, New York University; Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University, Illinois; Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Cornell University, New York; McMullen Museum of Art at Boston College; University of Michigan Museum of Art; US

2019

Objects of imagination, Jordan National Gallery, Jordan
A century in flux: highlights from the Barjeel Art Foundation: chapter II, Sharjah Art Museum, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

2018

Masterpieces, Espace Claude Lemand, Paris, France
Le Monde Arabe Vu Par Ses Artistes, Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris, France
Millennia of Creativity, NABU Museum, El Heri, Lebanon
Evolution Generation, Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha, Qatar

2016

The Sea Suspended: Arab Modernism from the Barjeel Collection, Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, Iran
Hurufiyya: Art & Identity, Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria, Egypt
Home Ground, Barjeel Art Foundation, Sharjah, UAE

2015

Picasso in Contemporary Art, Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, Germany

2014

Arab Modernities, Espace Claude Lemand, Paris, France
Post-Picasso: Contemporary Reactions, Picasso Museum, Barcelona, Spain
Landscape and Arab Modernity, Espace Claude Lemand, Paris, France 

2013

D’Orient et d’Occident, Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris, France
Tajreed (Abstract Arab Art),Contemporary Arab Platform ( CAP), Kuwait 
Modern Iraqi Art: A Collection, Meem Gallery, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
RE: ORIENT, Barjeel Art FoundationUnited Arab Emirates

2012

Fan al Mahjar, Espace Claude Lemand, Paris, France
Masters of the Tondo: Part IV, Espace Claude Lemand, Paris,France

2011

Art in Iraq Today: Part IV, Meem Gallery, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
Mashreq-Maghreb: Paintings, Sculptures and Prints, Contemporary Arab ( CAP), Kuwait 
Art in Iraq Today: Conclusion, Meem Gallery and Solidere, Beirut, Lebanon 

2010

Interventions, Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha, Qatar

2009

Modernism and Iraq, Wallach Art Gallery Columbia University, New York, United States of America

2008

Word into Art, British Museum, Dubai International Financial Center (DIFIC), Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
Iraq’s Past Speaks to the Present, British Museum, London, United Kingdom 
Iraqi Artists in Exile, Station Museum of Contemporary Art, Houston, Texas United States of America 

2006

Portraits of the Bird, Bastia Festival of Arts, Paris, France 
Word into Art, British Museum, London, United Kingdom

2005

Portraits of the Bird. Books and Drawings, Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris,France 
Contemporary Iraqi Book Art, Unversity of North Texas Art Gallery, Denton, Texas, United States of America.
Improvisation:  Seven Iraqi Artists, Bissan Gallery, Doha, Al-Riwaq Gallery, Manama, Bahrein
4 Walls Gallery, Amman, Jordan
Homage to Shafic Abboud, Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris,France 

2004

Art Books and Paintings, Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris, France

2003

Colas Foundation,Boulogne, France
Broken Letter,Contemporary Art from Arab Countries, Kunsthalle Darmstadt, Germany

2002

Masters of Tondo, Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris, France
The Kinda Foundation Collection, Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris, France

2001

Machreq-Maghreb: Paintings and Books,Galerie Claude Lemand, Paris, France

1998

Al-Azzawi and Nasiri, Galerie La Teinturerie, Paris, France

1997

Five Visual Interpretations, Green Art Gallery, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 

1989

Contemporary Art from the Islamic World, Barbican Centre, London, United Kingdom
Arab Graphic Art, National Council for Culture, Arts and Letters (NCCAL), Kuwait

1988

Olympiad of Art, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea 
Al-Azzawi, al-Jumaie,Nasiri, Kufa Gallery, London, United Kingdom

1987

Third International Print Biennale, Taiwan

1986

Sematic Museum, Harvard University, Massachusetts, United States of America
Contemporary Arab Art, The Mall Gallery, London, United Kingdom

1985

Musée Hubert D’Uckerman, Grenoble, France

1984

British International Print Biennale, Bradford, United Kingdom
First Arab Contemporary Exhibition, Museum of Modern Art , Tunis, Tunisia 

1983

Contemporary Arab Artists Part 3,Irai Cultural Centre, London, United Kingdom

1981

Art 12’81,Galerie Faris, Basel, Switzerland
Foire International D’Art Contemporain (FIAC),Galerie Faris, Paris, France 
Seventh International Grafik Triennial, Frechen, Germany

1980

Third World Biennial of Graphic Art, Iraqi Cultural Centre, London and National Gallery of Modern Art, Baghdad, Iraq
The Influence of Arabic Calligraphy on Modern Arab Art, Iraq Cultural Centre, London, United Kingdom
Seventh International Exhibition of Drawing, Rijeka, Croatia
Twelve Contemporary Arab Artists,Galerie Faris, Paris, France
Salon de Mai, Paris, France
Salon d’Automne, Espace Cardin, Paris, France

1979

Sao Paolo Biennial, Brazil
The Baghdad International Poster Exhibition, Iraq Cultural Centre, London and National Gallery of Modern Art, Baghdad, Iraq 
Three Iraqi Artists, al-Riwaq Gallery, Baghdad, Iraq

1978

Contemporary Arab Graphic Art,Iraqi Cultural Centre, London, United Kingdom 
Seven Iraqi Artists, Iraqi Cultural Centre, London, United Kingdom 
International Exhibition of Art for Palestine, Arab University, Beirut, Lebanon

1977

Contemporary Iraqi Art, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait
Six Iraqi Artists, National Gallery of Modern Art, Baghdad, Iraq
Contemporary Iraqi Art (III),Bonn, Paris, London, Tunis

1976

Second Arab Art Biennial, Rabat, Morocco
Venice Biennial, Venice, Italy
Contemporary Iraqi Art, Musée d’Art Moderne, Paris, France 
The Fifth International Exhibition of Drawings, Rijeka, Yugoslavia
International Association of Art: Artists against Racism, National Gallery of Modern Art, Baghdad, Iraq

1975

Iraqi Graphic Art Exhibition, Iraqi Cultural Centre, Beirut, Lebanon
Seventh International Painting Festival, Cagnes-sur-Mer, France 
International Summer Academy, Salzburg, Austria
Collective Graphic Art Exhibition, L’Atelier Gallery, Rabat, Morocco
Collective Graphic Art Exhibition, National Gallery of Modern Art, Baghdad, Iraq

1974

Seven Iraqi Artists,National Gallery of Modern Art, Baghdad, Iraq

1973

Six Syrian Artists, National Gallery of Modern Art, Baghdad and Arab Cultural Centre, Damascus, Syria

1972

Four Iraqi Artists, National Museum of Modern Art, Baghdad, Iraq
Three Iraqi Artists, Gallery One, Beirut, Lebanon 
Iraqi Contemporary Art Today, National Gallery of Modern Art, Baghdad, Iraq 
Five Iraqi Artists, National Gallery of Modern Art, Baghdad, Iraq
Fourth International Poster Biennial, Warsaw, Poland
Contemporary Arab Art, Nicosia, Cyprus

1971

Four Iraqi Artists, National Gallery of Modern Art, Baghdad, Iraq
Contemporary Iraqi Art, Kuwait
Contemporary Iraqi Art, Mirbad Poetry Festival, Basra, Iraq

1970

The Iraqi Poster ExhibitionBaghdad, Iraq

1969

Nahwa al-Rouiyya al-Jadeeda, Baghdad, Iraq

1968

First International Triennial, New Delhi, India
Seventh Annual Exhibition of the Impressionist Group, National Gallery of Modern Art, Baghdad, Iraq

1967

Annual Exhibition of the Iraqi Impressionists Group, Exhibition Hall of the Iraqi Artists Society, Damascus Street, Baghdad, Iraq

1966

Carreras Carven “A”Arab Art Exhibition, traveling exhibition, Cairo, Manama, Kuwait, Baghdad, Amman, Damascus, Beirut, London, Paris, Rome

1965

Eighth Annual Exhibition of Iraqi Artists’ Society, National Gallery of Modern Art, Baghdad, Iraq
Fifth Annual Exhibition of Impressionists Group, National Museum of Modern Art, Baghdad, Iraq
L'exposition itinérante de peinture, Galerie Nationale d'Art Moderne, Baghdad, Rome, Budapest, Vienna, Madrid, London, and Sursock Museum, Beirut

1964

Seventh Annual Exhibition of the Iraqi Artists’ Society,National Museum of Modern Art, Baghdad, Iraq 

Selected Writings

Lawn Yajma’ al-Basar: Nusus wa Hiwarat fi al –Fann al-Tashkili (Color Brings Together Vision:Articles and Dialogues in the Visual Arts)

“Arab Graphic Art” Ur Magazine (London),no.2 (November-December 1978): 47-55

“Poetry a Visual Text.”Mawakif (London),no. 72( Summer 1992):134-37

Fann al – mulsaqat fi al-‘Iraq: dirasah fi bidayatuha wa tatawurruh,1939-1973 (The Art of the Poster in Iraq: a Study of its beginning development).Baghdad:Ministry of Information,1974

“Manifesto:Toward a New Vision”(1969) In Al-Bayanat al Fanniyyah fi al-Iraq ( Art Manifestos in Iraq),ed.Shakir Hassan Al Said.Baghdad:Ministry of Information 1973

“Al-Shi’ir wa al-Insan:Fi al-asatir al sumuriyya wa al babiliyya” ( Poetry and Man: On Sumerian and Babylonian Legends ) , Al-Amilun fi al-Naft 81 (December,1968),2-6

Collections

L’Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris, France
Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha, Qatar
National Museum of Modern Art, Baghdad, Iraq
The Khalid Shoman Foundation, Darat Al Funun, Amman, Jordan
Dar al-Anda, Amman, Jordan
Jordan National Gallery of  Fine Arts, Amman, Jordan
Ibrahimi collection, Amman, Jordan
NABU Museum, El Heri, Lebanon
Ramzi and Saeda Dalloul Art Foundation, Beirut, Lebanon
Barjeel Art Foundation, Sharjah, UAE
Kamel Lazaar Foundation, Tunisia

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Documents

روافد مع الفنان التشكيلي ضياء العزاوي
أحمد علي الزين
Arabic, 2005
/DHIA Al AZZAWI Exhibition of painting and scultpure معرض رسم ونحت ضياء العزاوي
MAIA Mathaf, Arabic/English, 1967
First Exhibition of Paintings by Dia AL Azzawi
Al Wasiti Gallery
MAIA Mathaf, Arabic/English, 1965
Exhibition of Painting by Dhia Al Azzawi
The National Gallery of Modern Art
MAIA Mathaf, Arabic/English, 1968
Dhia Al Azzawi
Gallery One
MAIA Mathaf, Arabic/English, 1969
Dia Al Azzawi
Gallery One
MAIA Mathaf, Arabic/English, 1969
الجمعية الفنانين العراقية المعرض السنوي الثامن
MAIA Mathaf, Arabic, 1965

Exhibition Cataloguern

معرض الانطباعيين العراقيين الخامس
Society of Iraqi Artists
MAIA Mathaf, Arabic/English, 1965

Exhibition Cataloguern

المعرض السنوي السابع
Society of Iraqi Artists
MAIA Mathaf, Arabic/English, 1964

Exhibition Cataloguern

L'exposition Itenerante de Peinture
Sursock Museum/Galerie National d'art moderne
MAIA Mathaf, French/Arabic, 1965

Exhibition Cataloguern

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Press

Abu Dhabi Focus podcast, episode two: How Saudi artists are driving political change
theartnewspaper.com, English, 2017
Art Dubai was online only this year, and there were 53,520 visits
Alexandra Chaves
thenational.ae, English, 2020
Befriended by a king, arrested, then forced to fight... Artist Dia Azzawi on the destruction of his beloved Iraq
Saphora Smith
telegraph.co.uk, English, 2016
Dia al-Azzawi: Iraqi Artist Blossoms in Exile
Hussein Bin Hamza
english.al-akhbar.com, English, 2012
Dia al-Azzawi's "Sabra and Shatila Massacre"
Maymanah Farhat
jadaliyya.com, English, 2012
Epic Painting Dia Azzawi in conversation with Sheyma Buali
Sheyma Buali
ibraaz.org, English, 2017
Middle Eastern artists look to their letterboxes for lockdown inspiration
Jack Dutton
thenational.ae, English, 2020
IN THE LIBRARY WITH DIA AZZAWI
India Stoughton
Selections Magazine 41, English
Sharjah Museums Authority goes digital during Covid-19 crisis
tradearabia.com, English, 2020
Tate's huge 'Guernica of the Arab world' is recreated in tapestry so it can travel the world
AIMEE DAWSON
theartnewspaper.com, English, 2019
التشكيلي ضياء العزاوي السائر في رؤياه
حميد سعيد
alarab.co.uk, Arabic, 2019
ثمانينية ضياء العزاوي.. "أيقونة" التشكيل العراقي والعربي
هاني حوراني
diffah.alaraby.co.uk, Arabic, 2019
ضياء العزاوي: الفن إعلان وجود
محمود منير
alaraby.co.uk, Arabic, 2019
النشيد الجسدي" من رسم وكلمة العزاوي، درويش، بن جلون، الصائغ"
مروان ملكون
Annahar Newspaper, Arabic, 1986
Dia Al-Azzawi, Un itinéraire. Gouaches (1978-2006)
claude-lemand.com, French, 2012

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