Mercati di Traiano, Rome – 21st Mar 2012
Museu Valencia de la Il.lustracio I de la Modernitat, MuVIM, Valencia – 15th Jan 2013
Casa de America, Madrid – 28th Mar – 28th May 2014
“Reflections from Heaven, Meditations on Earth: Modern Calligraphic Art from the Arab World” an exhibition organized by the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts in cooperation with the Municipality of Rome, opened on Wednesday 21 March 2012 at the Mercati di Traiano in Rome by HRH Princess Wijdan Al Hashemi President of the Royal Society of Fine Arts, representing HM Queen Rania Al Abdullah.
The exhibition includes 72 artworks from the permanent collection of the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts representing 57 Artists from different Arab countries, the artworks on display represents different styles, trends and subjects.
It also opened on 15 January 2013 at the Museu Valencia de la Il.lustracio I de la Modernitat, MuVIM Valencia, Spain. This exhibition is organized by the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts. It also exhibited at the Casa de America in Madrid on 28th March – May 2014.
BRUNEI GALLERY, SOAS, LONDON
12 JANUARY–25 MARCH 2023
STUDY DAY: SAT. 14 JANUARY, 10AM–1PM
This exhibition is about three generations of artists from Iran and the Arab world, from the early pioneers of a vernacular Lettrism movement in the 1960s till now.
Barjeel Art Foundation will host an exhibition entitled Tariqah (Pathway) at Maraya Art Centre on the 21st of February. The exhibition will present a collection of modern and contemporary Arab artworks inspired by Islamic art traditions. The artworks have been selected from the private collection of Sultan Saud Al Qassimi, founder of Barjeel Art Foundation. The exhibition coincides with the celebration of Sharjah as ‘Capital of Islamic Culture 2014′, with pieces on display referencing the ‘pathway’ of translating ephemeral ideas into material forms through art-making.
The exhibition “Between Desert and Sea: A Selection from the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts” opened on 24 January 2013, it shows the common background in contemporary visual art between Turkey and the Arab countries that are on the shore of the Mediterranean which includes Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, and Tunisia.