What: Mohamed Abla: The Silk Road
Where: Tabari Artspace, The Gate Village Bldg. 3, Level 2, DIFC
When: 10 October – 24 November 2017
Opening: 10 October from 7 to 9pm
Dubai, UAE (October 1, 2017) – Tabari Artspace, one of UAE’s leading platforms for contemporary Middle Eastern art, presents “The Silk Road”, a solo exhibition of Mohamed Abla, one of Egypt’s most influential and established contemporary artists.
Mohamed Abla will open the exhibition on October 10, 2017 at 7pm. His works will be the first exhibition at the gallery under its new name and will be exhibited until November 24, 2017.
Mohamed Abla: The Silk Road includes a selection of abstract artworks which synthesise calligraphy, collage and traditional Middle Eastern techniques which explore folktales from North Africa, the Levant, Central Asia and the Indian subcontinent.
For more information about the exhibition, please contact Tabari Artspace at 04 323 0820 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Tabari Artspace
Tabari Artspace, formerly Artspace Dubai, has been a pioneer in establishing a contemporary art scene in Dubai since it was founded in 2003 by collector and art consultant, Maliha Tabari. A strong passion for the arts led Maliha to become an expert in contemporary art in the Middle East, building her own personal collection and advising on the establishment of others.
The gallery represents and champions a range of established artists and is dedicated to the global promotion of modern and contemporary Middle Eastern art. As an internationally-facing commercial art gallery, Tabari Artspace continues to support artists from the region, working across a varied range of media, including: Mohamed Abla, Lulwah Al-Homoud, Adel El Siwi, Hussein Madi, Zakaria Ramhani and Khaled Zaki as well as working in close collaboration with the family and estate of The Alfred Basbous Foundation.
Tabari Artspace offers both local and international audiences the opportunity to discover artists from this region through participation in international art fairs, and facilitating relationships with significant private collections and museums, including LACMA, the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi and Barjeel Art Foundation.