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PRINTS & SCULPTURES BY SIX JORDANIAN ARTISTS
PRINTS & SCULPTURES BY SIX JORDANIAN ARTISTS
23 February - 8 April 2009

Untitled

Mixed media monoprint on paper

80x113 cm

2009

PRINTS & SCULPTURES BY SIX JORDANIAN ARTISTS
23 February - 8 April 2009

Chairs I

Etching monoprint

52x57 cm

2009

PRINTS & SCULPTURES BY SIX JORDANIAN ARTISTS
23 February - 8 April 2009

Inside Series

Woodcut monoprint

30x23 cm

2008

PRINTS & SCULPTURES BY SIX JORDANIAN ARTISTS
23 February - 8 April 2009

Catch of the Day

Digital print on Arche paper A/P

30x25 cm

2008

PRINTS & SCULPTURES BY SIX JORDANIAN ARTISTS
23 February - 8 April 2009

Untitled

Bronze

14x45x25 cm

2008

PRINTS & SCULPTURES BY SIX JORDANIAN ARTISTS
23 February - 8 April 2009

Untitled
Mixed media monoprint on paper
 

PRINTS & SCULPTURES BY SIX JORDANIAN ARTISTS
23 February - 8 April 2009

Untitled
Woodcut with silkscreen 
70 x 85 cm
2009
 

PRINTS & SCULPTURES BY SIX JORDANIAN ARTISTS
23 February - 8 April 2009

From Inside Series
Woodcut monoprint
 

PRINTS & SCULPTURES BY SIX JORDANIAN ARTISTS
23 February - 8 April 2009

From Inside Series
Woodcut monoprint
 

"Prints and Sculptures by Six Jordanian Artists" is Nabad's second fine arts exhibition since its inauguration in November 2008. The exhibition includes prints by Hani Alqam, Jehad al-Ameri, Ghada Dahdaleh, Juman Nimri and Dodi Tabbaa as well as sculptures by Anees Maani.

Painter and printmaker Hani Alqam explores the intensity and fragility of the human condition in the strange yet oddly familiar faces and figures that dominate his works. Jihad al-Ameri is inspired by the beauty of traditional, rural Jordan, and has recently started drawing on Arabic poetry for his subject matter. In her most recent works, Ghada Dahdaleh continues depicting abstracted urban landscapes, but with an economy of lines and a minimalism that has rarely been seen in her previous works. In her monoprints, Juman Nimri creates an immediate intimacy with her audience by depicting familiar everyday objects, leaving us with "the sense that someone has just left and we are witnesses," as one critic observes.

Dodi Tabbaa, on the other hand, continues her creative exploration of the ‘negative' photographic image as an individual expression of her fascination with nature and colour.  Anees Maani's inspiration comes from his native Jordan - its natural environment as well as its history. His untitled bronze, stone and plaster sculptures are organic, sensuous and extremely tactile, allowing the viewer's imagination free reign. 

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