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CONTEMPORARY ARAB ART

CONTEMPORARY ARAB ART

Wereldmuseum, Rotterdam

6th Jun 2001 – 24th Mar 2002

This was an exhibition held at the Wereldmuseum in Rotterdam between 6th June 2001 until the 24th March 2002 entitled ‘Contemporary Arab art’, recent work by 12 artists which were selected by Egee art consultancy, London. The Arab artists who participated in this exhibition include Jamal Abdulrahim, Dia Azzawi, Mohammed Bennani, Rachid Diab, Ali Omar Ermes, Maysaloun Faraj, Abdelkrim Kebir, Rachid Koraichi, Sami Mohamad, Khairat Al Saleh, Laila Shawa, Awad el Shimy and Faisal Samra.




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