This exhibition, curated by Giuseppe Moscatello, critically examines the very essence of humanity, employing a juxtaposition of violent scenes with ironic imagery to delve deep into the intricacies and paradoxes that shape our perceptions of violence and the perennial cycle governing soldiers’ lives.
In Fragile, Handle with Care, Romanò combines his artistic creativity with his skills in restoration and preservation. Romanò is devoted to working with antique frames and mirrors, the source of his inspiration and from which he builds his universe but also breaks it. Romanò’s “Mirrors” could look rich and beautiful, yet they are extremely fragile, exactly like people. The artworks are also a representation of a journey to parallel temporal universes and are signs of revolution on the conventional in a bid for change.
Zawyeh Gallery announces the first of a series of Open Studio events: an open studio by artist Ala Albaba in the Al-Amari refugee camp in Ramallah, Palestine. Zawyeh Gallery is inviting the public to visit Albaba’s studio, where they will get an opportunity to inspect Albaba’s artworks closely and engage in face-to-face discussions with the artist whose artworks topics deal mainly with the theme of refugee camps as structures and Palestinian refugees’ aspirations.
The renowned Iraqi artist’s solo exhibition at Zawyeh gallery includes some of her latest works.
Ten art galleries for art lovers to visit this summer while exploring the contemporary art hub, Alserkal avenue in Dubai!
15 January – 2 April 2020 Opening reception: Wednesday 15 January | 6.00 – 9.00 pm Tayseer Barakat’s body of work ‘Shoreless Sea’ manifests as a witness account on the refugees’ mayhem journeys through the Mediterranean Sea. A subject of a strong relevance […]