Exhibitions

Nassar Mansour

Nassar Mansour

April 2017- ARTSPACE Dubai is pleased to announce that it will be showcasing a solo exhibition of works by prominent Master Calligrapher,Nassar Mansour 2017. The exhibition will feature pieces from his latest exhibition titled HUWA.

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ADEL EL SIWI

ADEL EL SIWI

ARTSPACE Gallery Proudly Presents Adel El Siwi’s Solo Exhibition.March 2017- ARTSPACE Dubai is pleased to announce that it will be showcasing a solo show of works by prominent Egyptian artist, Adel El Siwi, on March 13, 2017. The exhibition will feature pieces from his latest exhibition titled The Face and Beyond.

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NASSER AL ASWADI 2017

NASSER AL ASWADI 2017

Nasser Al Aswadi was born on October 4th, 1978 in the al Hujr village, not far from Taiz, the third city of Yemen, where he lived until he turned 16 years old. Later on, he studied architecture in Taiz and then in Sanaa. He exhibited his first works in Sanaa in 2001.

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ALFRED BASBOUS

FIGURATIVE TO ABSTRACTION, a two part exhibition of selected studies, drawings and works by the late ALFRED BASBOUS.

Part 1 Reception – 12th of October at 7 pm.
On view until November 10.

Part 2 Reception – 23rd of November at 7 pm.

ZAKARIA RAMHANI AND JACQUES VARTABEDIAN 2016

ZAKARIA RAMHANI AND JACQUES VARTABEDIAN 2016

ARTSPACE Gallery Hosts Exclusive Exhibition for Zakaria Ramhani and Jacques Vartabedian titled Re-Flect. September 2016 - The prestigious Dubai-based ARTSPACE Gallery will hold an exhibit for Moroccan Artist Zakaria Ramhani and Lebanese-Armenian Artist Jacques Vartabedian. The exhibition will launch the new art season ahead for ARTSPACE. ARTSPACE is committed to the promotion of modern and contemporary Middle Eastern art and artists.

Zakaria Ramhani was born in Tangier in 1983. The son of a painter, he discovered very early the different painting techniques in his father’s studio. Deeply influenced by the way the religious conservatives criticized his father for making figurative art, Zakaria Ramhani chose to use and transform the Islamic tradition of calligraphy, whose abstract nature allowed artists to avoid violating the prohibition against figurative representation. Zakaria Ramhani got his diploma to become a fine art teacher in Tangier in 2003, and worked as a teacher, before giving up his work to devote himself entirely to his paintings. In his own words he speaks very candidly about his work: