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JINASS

JINASS

Christie’s, London

16th Jul – 21st July 2005

Jinass is an exhibition by the international artist Ali Omar Ermes. It is being held at Christie’s of 8 King Street, London, SW1 6QT and is being organised by Art Advisory Associates. The event is supported by The Kanoo Group and is in partnership with Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Arab British Chamber of Commerce and Cavendish White. An auction is to be held for some of Ali Omar Ermes’s works by Christie’s on the 19th July 2005 in aid of the following charities: Barakat, Al Madad Foundation and MAIC (Medical Aid for Iraqi Children).






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