Mohamed Ahmed Ibrahim, a famous Emirati artist whose themes of his works are the different logos of Art Abu Dhabi 2023, is present at this of international event with an interesting project from Lawrie Shabibi Gallery. William Lawrie
IranArt : The exhibition "Tethys" by renowned Lebanese American artist Nabil Nahas was opened on October 30 at Lawrie Shabibi Gallery. The exhibition, which will be open until January 5, 2024, takes the viewer on a journey through the boundless world of colour, texture, and imagination. Lawrie Shabibi was founded in 2010 by Asmaa Al-Shabibi and William Lawrie and opened its doors in early 2011 in Alserkal Avenue, located within the light industrial warehouse district of Al Quoz in Dubai. Leonore-Namkha Beschi is director of the gallery.
Hamra Abbas is one of famous artist of 'Brand New Ancients' exhibition at 'lawrieshabibi' gallery in Dubai.
More than a dozen galleries along Alserkal Avenue will participate in Alserkal Art Week
solo exhibition of Larry Amponsah is on at Lawrie Shabibi Art gallery Dubai the marketplaces of Accra, with their clashes of colours and symphonic bustle, serve as potent inspiration to Larry Amponsah’s paintings — less in terms of subject matter, perhaps, than his overall collage-like approach to the art form, which has him splicing figures from old fashion magazines as well as from the barbershops of London. The Ghanaian artist is marking his first UAE solo show at Lawrie Shabibi gallery. The exhibition, The Soil From Which We Came, is running until February 17, and features large-scale paintings brimming with mixed imagery that are collated like collages. The works focus on contemporary black culture and identity with an awareness of global interconnectivity.
Lawrie Shabibi is pleased to announce the representation of Berlin-based artist Timo Nasseri (b. 1972, Germany). His first solo at the gallery opens in March 2023.
Lawrie Shabibi is pleased to present Dwelling in the Gap by Shaikha Al Mazrou (b. 1988, UAE), her second solo from 14 NOVEMBER 2022 till 5 JANUARY 2023 at the gallery. The exhibition comes hot on the heels of her participation at Frieze Sculpture 2022 in Regent's Park, London, with her major new artwork Red Stack (2022).