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Exhibitions
12 December 2011 - 11 January 2012

TRENDSETTING II: ART & DESIGN

On Monday 12 December 2011 at 6 pm, Nabad opens "Trendsetting II: Art & Design," Nabad's second edition in a series of exhibitions which aims to highlight a relatively new, but fast-growing art genre in Jordan. The result is an eclectic blend of both decorative and functional pieces designed by seven mid-career and established painters, architects and designers, who also present a number of paintings and drawings that tie in with their designer pieces. The participants are Sina Ata, Omar Bilbeisi, Yazan Hijazin, Sahel al-Hiyari, Ammar Khammash, Fuad Mimi and Nabil Shehadeh.

26 October - 21 November 2011

PEOPLE, PLACES & TRACES

Under the patronage of HRH Princess Wijdan al-Hashemi, an exhibition of recent paintings by established Jordanian artist Khalid Khreis opens at Nabad on 26 October 2011 at 6:00 pm. As is his custom, Khreis presents works that express his reactions to current intellectual, visual, sensory and spiritual realities and experiences. In his paintings, he focuses on the concept of place, and on current local and regional events.

10 September 2011 - 19 October 2011

PASTELS, DRAWINGS & SCULPTURES

Under the patronage of HRH Princess Ghida Talal, and in the presence of the artist, Nabad opens an exhibition of works by one of the Arab world's foremost artists, Lebanese sculptor, painter and printmaker, Hussein Madi. This exhibition showcases a selection of Madi's pastel, charcoal and sanguine drawings, giclée prints and small wrought iron sculptures. Being a highly prolific artist, Madi's oeuvre is extensive.

6 July - 17 August 2011

FLOOR TO CEILING

This year's Summer Exhibition at Nabad draws together a wide range of works by over sixty high profile and up-and-coming artists from Jordan, the region and abroad, whose works are permanently available in the Nabad store. A rich visual experience is created through a dense display of paintings, limited edition prints, photo-based works and sculptures to suit both beginning and seasoned collectors and art lovers.

30 May - 29 June 2011

PAINTINGS & ETCHINGS

An exhibition of paintings and etchings by young Jordanian artist Hani Alqam opens at Nabad at 6:30 pm on Monday 30 May 2011. During the past few years, Alqam has earned himself a prominent position on the Jordanian art scene. His work focuses on society, and the frailty and complexities of the human psyche.

18 April - 25 May 2011

THE ART OF FADI YAZIGI

A solo exhibition of works by prolific Syrian painter and sculptor, Fadi Yazigi, opens at Nabad on 18 April. Yazigi depicts people and human emotions with touching intensity. "My works are a nostalgic chronicle of relationships;" says the artist, "the source of my stimulation is all that surrounds me, and all those who have left an indelible mark on my life." Born in 1966 in Latakia, Syria, Yazigi studied sculpture at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Damascus in 1988. He has held numerous exhibitions in the Middle East, Europe and the U.S.A.

21 March - 13 April 2011

SOUL JOURNEYS, TIME PASSAGES

"Soul Journeys, Time Passages," Nawal Abdullah's exhibition of recent paintings at Nabad Art Gallery, represents a continuation of the artist's journey of self-discovery. "I am always searching to find an art form that expresses my personal vision of the spiritual," she writes, "I would like my paintings to speak to the soul." Abdullah's human figures and landscapes engage the viewer through flowing brushstrokes, vibrant colour and a meditative mood. Born in 1951 in Amman, Nawal Abdullah graduated from the Florence Academy of Art in Italy (1979).

10 January - 9 February 2011

GARDENS OF EDEN III

This is the third in a series of exhibitions entitled, "The Gardens of Eden," in which Farouk Lambaz displays a selection of skillfully crafted calligraphic paintings. "I do not seek to present technical expressions of the Islamic artistic heritage, but to honour it, give it the value it deserves and expose it to present and future generations."Born in 1942 in Amman, Jordan, Farouk Lambaz studied law but went on to pursue an active artistic career as painter, designer and art teacher.

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