26 APRIL - 09 MAY 2013
OPERA GALLERY, LONDON
The in Between Space, Total Arts, Dubai
“ These Are Some Of My Favorite Things” is the very first exhibition at the newly opened space at the Courtyard.
The in between Space” is a hybrid interdisciplinary space for learning, collaborating and experimenting dedicated to transcultural arts and cultural projects.
The exhibition includes over 80 artworks and objects from various collections, expanding from American pop masters to contemporary middle eastern artists, from Chinese antique to Indian carpets.
Curator: Feryedoun Ave
Exhibition installation: Shaqaye Arabi & Dariush Zandi
Collectors: Farhad Bakhtiar, yasmine & Oliver Westmacott, Ramin & Rokini Hareizadeh , Shaqhayeq & Daruish Zandi, Sofa Studio, J+A furniture galler
1 Jun – 6 Jul 2013
AB Gallery devotes this year’s summer exhibition to seven artists from six different nations. In addition to the AB Gallery artists Fereydoun Ave, Jos van der Beek, Monika Jurkiewicz and Hassan Meer, three new artists will be represented. Safaa Alset, Sahand Hesamiyan and Ahmed Zaibi will showcase their works for the first time at the gallery.
20 – 23 March 2013
The Third Line is participating in the seventh edition of Art Dubai 2013 showcasing works by Hayv Kahraman, Laleh Khorramian, Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian, Rana Begum, Sahand Hesamiyan, Tarek Al-Ghoussein and Youssef Nabil at Booth A40, Madinat Jumeirah Arena.
15 March –20 April 2013
The work of 22 Tehran artists is featured alongside work by London based artists who participated in the Tehran exhibition. There are works using print, illustration, conceptual art, video, painting, new media, sculpture, and photography… Click Here
22 January – 07 March 2013
The Third Line Gallery, Dubai
The Third Line is pleased to introduce Iranian sculptor Sahand Hesamiyan, the newest addition to the gallery’s represented artists. His upcoming exhibition Sulook, in the gallery’s Project Space, presents ancient concepts of transcendence in an ultra-modern context, with contemporary sculptural pieces taking cue from Islamic architecture… Click Here
Masjed Jame I (Congregational Mosque I) / 2005 / Cardboard, Resin, Sand, and Paint / 200 * 200 * 70 cm