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If you like going to photography exhibitions and personalising your home with what you discover, you wont want to miss visiting Ormuz Gallery this month – especially if your taste is for local subject matter.

The gallery will host an exhibition by French photographer Olivier Escarguel between 2nd and 28th May 2013. Roughly 100 recent photographs will be on display (in both black & white and colour) focusing on journeys through Abu Dhabi, Liwa, Al Ain, Oman and Iran.

Olivier Escarguel’s photos have the genius of being able to capture everyday scenes, portraits, and familiar places and turn them into works of art. The pictures are evocative, decorative, and totally unique, with numbered limited editions. The photos will be available to buy in several formats, including postcards, posters, and prints on canvas. Printed in France, the photos are available either framed or unframed.

Don’t miss the chance to meet Olivier Escarguel, as he’ll be at the gallery during the whole exhibition.

Prices will range from 60 AED for a set of 5 postcards, to 260 AED for posters (50×70), 500 AED for signed and numbered 30×45 non-framed pictures, and about 650 AED framed.

Ormuz Gallery
“Entre le Sable et l’Eau”- exhibition between the 2nd and 28th of May 2013
Near 29th Street, between 4th Street and Salam Street
Villa 18/3, opposite Al Noor Center for special needs, Abu Dhabi
Map location :
For more information, contact Cécile : +97150-5227301
Website :
Opening hours : Sunday to Thursday from 5 pm to 10 pm, Friday and Saturday from 2 pm to 10 pm
Photo credit © Olivier Escarguel

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