july, 2021

13julAll Day07sepMADE IN TASHKEEL 2021

Event Details

Tashkeel is delighted to present Made in Tashkeel 2021. Since opening in 2008, Tashkeel has welcomed over 500 members plus many more as instructors, workshop participants, exhibitors and printing clients. In this 11th edition of its annual summer showcase, Tashkeel will present more than 65 works by over 40 practitioners from 20 countries. Spanning a range of disciplines, including photography, mixed media, acrylic, textile, print, sculpture, video, installation and calligraphy, Made in Tashkeel 2021 celebrates the diversity of UAE creativity.

Much of the work has been made, in whole or part, in the specialist studios and workspaces of Tashkeel Nad Al Sheba and Tashkeel Al Fahidi, demonstrating the importance of access, training, support and investment in fueling the UAE’s creative and cultural industries.

Exhibiting artists:

Abdulla Lutfi; Aman Darwish; Amna Ilyas; Ana Tolvai; Asma Baker; Asma Shikoh; Badr Abbas; Behnoosh Feiz; Boushra Almutawakel; CharLes; Chie Nakano; Debjani Bhardwaj; Eman AlHashemi; Fatima Atallah; Ghalia Alkalaji; Gosia van Unen; Hiba Moaswes; Huma Shoaib; Ichraq Bouzidi; Jamal Tayara-Baroudy; Jehan Ali; Ji-Hye Kim; Karima Alshomely; Khalid Mezaina; Michael Rice; Mohamed Agaty; Mozhdeh Zandieh-Grayson; Noura Alserkal; Priyathanya Ramanath; Rabila Kidwai; Rima Moukahal ; Sahar Bonyanpour; Shahd Ali Sumairi; Shaun Stamp; Solimar Miller; Spencer Hogg; Sue Ming Ng; Toma Gabor; Turkan Umit Sule; Victor Sitali; Yosra Emamizadeh.

Courtesy of Tashkeel

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Time

July 13 (Tuesday) - September 7 (Tuesday)

Location

Tashkeel Studio and Gallery

PO Box 122255, Nad Al Sheba 1. Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Organizer

Tashkeel[email protected] PO Box 122255, Nad Al Sheba 1. Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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