Portrait of a Nation

Khalid Shafar, DER NOMADE, 2015, Afrikanisches Teakholz, 500 x 600 x 280 cm. Mit Unterstützung des Dubai Design District (d3) und des Abu Dhabi Festivals. Mit freundlicher Genehmigung des Designers @khalidshafar

Contemporary Art from the United Arab Emirates. Featuring works from The ADMAF Art Collection

‚Portrait of a Nation‘ offers a glimpse into the creative practices of 50 contemporary artists from the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The visitors are invited to explore the country through the individual perspectives of the participating artists who call it home. The exhibition is divided into seven themed rooms: Nation & Unity, Geography & Nature, Architecture & Urbanism, Portraiture & Identity, Religion & Spirituality, Language & Calligraphy, and Tradition & Heritage.

The exhibition of contemporary Emirati art features works from the collection of the Abu Dhabi Music & Arts Foundation (ADMAF). Founded in 1996, it is among the oldest, non-profit cultural organisations in the Arabian Gulf and organiser of the Abu Dhabi Festival.

Artists: Ebtisam Abdul Aziz, Ali Al Abdan, Zayed Al Absi, Sarah Al Agroobi, Sarah Al Ahbabi, Ahmed Saeed Al Areef Al Dhaheri, Mohammed Al Astad, Ammar Al Attar, Jassim Al Awadi, Khalid Al Banna, Amna Al Dabbagh, Shamsa Al Dhaheri, Abdul Aziz Al Fadli, Ahmed Al Faresi, Reem  Al Ghaith, Yousif Al Harmoudi, Eman Al Hashemi, Zeinab Al Hashemi, Khuloud Al Jabri, Saeed Al Madani, Fatema Al Mazrouie, Mohammed Al Mazrouie,  Sheikha Alyazia Bint Nahyan Al Nahyan, Omran Al Owais, Mohammed Al Qassab, Azza Al Qubaisi, Abdul Qader Al Rais, Sumaya Al Rais, Hamdan Buti Al Shamsi, Karima Al Shomely, Architecture + Other Things, Hind Bin Demaithan, Maitha Demithan, Afra Bin Dhaher, Lamya Gargash, Mohammed Ahmed Ibrahim, Aisha Juma, Layla Juma, Mohammed Kazem, Fatma Lootah, Najjat Makki, Lateefa Bint Maktoum, Mohammed Mandi, Khalid Mezaina, Salama Nasib, Abdul Rahim Salem, Khalid Shafar, Hassan Sharif, Hussein Sharif, Obaid Suroor, Khalil Abdul Wahid

Wed, 13 Sep, 11.00h13.00h
13 Sep 201729 Oct 2017

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