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Photography group exhibition “How to see as a photographer” Wednesday 10/1/2018
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''Remembrance'' photography exhibition by Kelvin Bown on Wednesday 22 November 2017
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Visible Differences
Sunday, September 29, 2013 (2712 reads)

Under the patronage of H.R.H. Princess Alia Al Tabba’a the Royal Society of Fine Arts in cooperation with Diputació de València and Museu Valencià de la Il.lustració i la Modernitat (MuVIM) cordially invite you to the inauguration of the exhibition

Visible Differencesat the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts - Building 2

6:30 p.m. Wednesday 2 October 2013.

The exhibition will run through 12 December 2013


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Art Week Amman
Sunday, September 01, 2013 (3077 reads)

With a program set to unite the Kingdom’s leading art outlets, practicing artists, and enthusiasts within a unique multi-faceted event, Art Week Amman (AWA) will be launched in its first edition this year between September 5th and September 15th. This event is organized by ArtMedium.

The Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts will host many exhibitions:

Building 1:

Ground floor - Nebulous: imagination, dreams & identity search

Second floor - Graph'Art

Both exhibitions will showcase contemporary art works from the permanent collection of the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts. Both exhibitions are curated by Victoria Gandit Lelandais

 First floor - "Paper play" by Elmer Dumlao; this exhibition will showcase unique artworks focusing on the important and essential role of paper in our lives.


Building 2:

First floor - "Design Now"; the show will feature a series of presentations, showcasing the latest design trends adopted in the field, curated by Nabad Art Gallery.

Second floor - Video art

Third floor – installation with design graffiti art using architectural and graphic design techniques by Wissam Shadid and his fellow artists


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