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PLAYFUL CONSTRUCTIONS
PLAYFUL CONSTRUCTIONS
20 May - 19 June 2013

Untitled

Giclée print 43/50

46x63 cm

2012

PLAYFUL CONSTRUCTIONS
20 May - 19 June 2013

Untitled

Giclée print 4/15

80x80 cm

2009

PLAYFUL CONSTRUCTIONS
20 May - 19 June 2013

Untitled

Acrylic on canvas

100x100 cm

2012

 

 

 

PLAYFUL CONSTRUCTIONS
20 May - 19 June 2013

Untitle

Acrylic on canvas

80x80 cm

2012

PLAYFUL CONSTRUCTIONS
20 May - 19 June 2013

Untitled

Acrylic on wood relief

60x67 cm

2011

PLAYFUL CONSTRUCTIONS
20 May - 19 June 2013

Untitled

Acrylic on canvas

110x110 cm

2013

PLAYFUL CONSTRUCTIONS
20 May - 19 June 2013

Untitled

Acrylic on canvas

110x110 cm

2013

PLAYFUL CONSTRUCTIONS
20 May - 19 June 2013

Giclée print 9/11

54x54 cm

2010

HM3.9 

PLAYFUL CONSTRUCTIONS
20 May - 19 June 2013

Lithograph 77/80

50x50 cm

1999

HM3.8 

PLAYFUL CONSTRUCTIONS
20 May - 19 June 2013

Acrylic on canvas

95x95 cm

2012

HM3.7

PLAYFUL CONSTRUCTIONS
20 May - 19 June 2013

Acrylic on canvas

95x95 cm

2002

HM3.6

 

PLAYFUL CONSTRUCTIONS
20 May - 19 June 2013

Giclée print 15/20

55x55 cm

2012

HM3.5
 
 

PLAYFUL CONSTRUCTIONS
20 May - 19 June 2013

Giclée print 15/20

55x55 cm

2012

HM3.4

 

PLAYFUL CONSTRUCTIONS
20 May - 19 June 2013

Lithograph 11/34

50x35 cm

2002

HM3.3

PLAYFUL CONSTRUCTIONS
20 May - 19 June 2013

Acrylic on canvas

130x80 cm

2012

HM3.2

 

PLAYFUL CONSTRUCTIONS
20 May - 19 June 2013

Lithograph 23/50

50x95 cm

2003

HM3.1

Nabad presents an exhibition of works by celebrated Lebanese artist, Hussein Madi. His third solo show at Nabad, this exhibition features paintings, collages and reliefs, as well as a number of giclèe prints, in which the artist’s pictorial vocabulary continues to display ironic playfulness in joyful, vibrant colours. These experiments in colour have produced a unique body of work that relates to the principles of divine harmony that inform the abstract designs of Islamic art. Whether in two or three dimensions, Madi’s works exude a spontaneity that belies the meticulousness that the artist invests in each work. As Madi himself puts it: “Each object in nature, whether a bird, person or tree, contains its own specific unchanging inner structure. In conceiving my art, I am driven by one basic logic, namely, preserving this inner structure.”

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