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Dubai, Dubai
United Arab Emirates

Art Week brings together Dubai’s thriving creative industries into a week-long celebration of arts and culture.

Elmarsa

Alserkal Avenue

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Elmarsa


  • Elmarsa Gallery #C23, Alserkal Avenue Dubai UAE (map)

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Elmarsa Dubai is pleased to present Tunisian artist Ali Tnani’s first solo exhibition of his multimedia works in the UAE. The exhibition is curated by Marie Cantos & Aziza Harmel. Through a multi-disciplinary practice of installation, drawing and photography, Tnani offers an examination of social issues in post-revolutionary Tunisia. Playing on notions of erasure in historical narrative, Tnani deploys the trace as a semiotic index, a sign for the remnant or a memory left behind by the act of erasure. An extension of his notion of “counter-spaces” that are simultaneously plastic and political, the trace is understood as a phantom of history. History itself must be recognised as something that has been written, is being written, and will be rewritten again in the future. The trace therefore exposes the inherent contradictions in such narratives and opens a space for questioning the utopic vision of our hyper-connected contemporary age.

 

About:

One of the most established galleries in the region, Elmarsa has been operating in Tunis since 1994 and opened their Dubai gallery in Alserkal Avenue in 2015. The gallery’s mission has always been to generate interest in Arab art from North Africa, specialising in both modern and contemporary practice.

 

Art Dubai Booth A14

 

Event Information:

19 March -26 April 2018

Location: #C23, Alserkal Avenue

Open: Saturdays to Thursdays, 10:00 – 19:00

+971 4 341 5806

info@galerielmarsa.com

galerielmarsa.com

@elmarsagallery

Earlier Event: March 19
Alserkal Programming and Pop-ups
Later Event: March 19
Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde