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SYMPHONIAE EXHIBITION IN JUNE 2018 AT THE PROJECT SPACE

Aquarii Symphoniae at The Project Space NYU Abu Dhabi

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A new exhibition to go check at NYU Abu Dhabi

This is the time of the year we all want to take advantage of the warm days and visit the indoor art exhibitions around Abu Dhabi. We just heard about one at the Project Space in Abu Dhabi that is only around for 3 weeks only!

What: Symphoniae | Elizabeth Dorazio
Location: The Project Space, NYU Abu Dhabi (inside the Arts Center)

Date: From the 7th until the 23rd of June 2018
Timing: Saturday – Thursday, 3 – 10 PM
Details here: http://www.nyuad- artgallery.org/en_US/arts- center-project-space/

Open to the public since the 7th of June, Symphoniae is an exhibition of the latest body of works by Dubai-based, Brazilian artist Elizabeth Dorazio.

Symphoniae revolves around the creation of harmony from disparity, the simple juxtaposition of objects in each artwork performing the function of weaving together what is apart. The works of Symphoniae, hovering between sculpture and craft, evoke a kind of permanent movement, arising from the dynamic interactions between their disparate but complementary parts.

More info about The Projet Space at NYUAD

The Project Space is managed by the NYU Abu Dhabi Art Gallery team and housed within the campus’ Arts Center.

It is dedicated to exhibitions generated by the communities in and around NYU Abu Dhabi, including the annual Capstone Festival, faculty exhibitions, and projects by artists based in the UAE. Its mission is to provide a non-commercial platform for experimentation and exploration.


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