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03 Jan 2018
Photography group exhibition “How to see as a photographer” Wednesday 10/1/2018
16 Nov 2017
Book launch of “Amshaq al-Khatt al-Muhaqqaq” by Dr. Nassar Mansour Monday 20/11/2017 at 6:00pm
14 Nov 2017
''Remembrance'' photography exhibition by Kelvin Bown on Wednesday 22 November 2017
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Echoes of Rome by Wijdan
Saturday, October 29, 2011 (2105 reads)

"Echoes of Italy" solo exhibition by Wijdan, opening at the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts in Amman on the 2 November 2011.

Throughout her five years in Rome, Wijdan added a new dimension to her paintings and installations that of Murano glass sculptures.  All the works are a continuity of her “Love Series” with their bright colours and calligraphic symbols replicating the word Hubb (Love) in its various forms and connotations.

During her five years in Italy, Wijdan held 2 exhibitions; the last was at the Museum of Rome in Trastevere. 

The exhibition will run through January 5th 2012.

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Lecture by ceramic artist Diane kempler
Monday, October 10, 2011 (1949 reads)

In cooperation with Kings Accademy the ceramic artist Diane Kempler will hold a lecture at the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts building 2 on Wednesday 12 October 2011 at 5:00 P.M.


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Intuition & Imagination by Ragnhild Lunden
Sunday, October 09, 2011 (2058 reads)

Opening at the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts on October 10th 2011, “Intuition & Imagination ” a solo exhibition by the Swedish artist Ragnhild Lunden.
“My pictures are abstract. They are pictures of me, composed like music of forms from my memories. In the meeting with your experiences in life, they may come alive and become unique.”
This is the artist statement of Ragnhild Lunden.  A statement that becomes very much alive when you are hit by the colorful power of Ragnhild’s paintings. Her recent works shown in feelings are more of a mirror image of the artist’s inner life. If you look carefully you might even discover pieces left from Ragnhilds days as a dentist.
Ragnhild lunden was born and works in Gothenburg on the Swedish west coast. The work of ragnhild has a received a warm welcome around the world in various exhibitions, both separate and in group with other artists. In 2007 “Dance of Visions I” was exhibited at the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts. The exhibition was followed up by “Dance of Visions II” in Gothenburg, spring 2009. Leading artists from Jordan and Sweden wanted to show that art is a true cross cultural feeling bringing people of different ethnic background closer together.
It’s a great “FEELING”.
The exhibition will run through October 25rd 2011.
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