Khaled-Ben-Slimane Howa-VII 2014 Acrylic-on-Canson-paper 152-x-152-cm

Khaled Ben Slimane, Howa VIII, 2014, Acrylic on Arches paper, 152x152 cm

Khaled Ben Slimane

Architectures d’ombre… Oraisons de lumière…

28 | 06 – 19 | 07 | 2018

Dans le cadre de l’évènement artistique «Jaou Tunis» du 27 juin au 19 juillet 2018, la galerie Elmarsa à Tunis a le plaisir de présenter “Architectures d’ombre… Oraisons de lumière…”, une exposition personnelle de Khaled Ben Slimane, figure majeure de l’art arabe contemporain. L’exposition se déroulera du 27 juin au 19 juillet 2018 au 2, place du Saf Saf, La Marsa.

As part of the artistic event "Jaou Tunis" from June 27 to July 19, 2018, Elmarsa Gallery in Tunis is pleased to present "Architectures d'ombre ... Onements de lumière ...", a solo exhibition by Khaled Ben Slimane, a major figure of contemporary Arab art. The exhibition will take place from June 27 to July 19, 2018 at 2 place Saf Saf, La Marsa.

 

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Khaled Ben Slimane, Untitled, 2018, Acrylic on Arches paper, 114x113 cm
Khaled Ben Slimane, Untitled, 2018, Acrylic on Arches paper, 100x70 cm
Khaled Ben Slimane, Untitled, 2017, Acrylic on Arches paper, 100x70 cm
Khaled Ben Slimane, Untitled, 2018, Ceramics, H 35.5x31.5x11 cm
Khaled Ben Slimane, Untitled, 2018, Ceramics, H 36x34x13 cm

 


 

Ali-Tnani Impersonal-Memory 2018 Mixed-media-installation 120x80-cm-each-5

Ali Tnani, Impersonal Memory, 2018, Drawings and mixed media installation, 120x80 cm

Ali Tnani

Unknown program

19 March | 26 April, 2018

Elmarsa Dubai is pleased to present Unknown program, a solo exhibition of multimedia works by Tunisian conceptual artist Ali Tnani who offers an examination of social issues in post-revolutionary Tunisia through his multi-disciplinary practice that draws equally from installation as drawing, and photography, curated by Marie Cantos & Aziza Harmel.

 

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Ali Tnani, Unknown Program, 2017, Drawing on paper, 30 x 40 cm
Ali Tnani, Others Spaces, 2017, Pigmented ink on fine art paper, 74 x 60 cm, Edition of 3
Ali Tnani, Nécessité du Monument II (Torbaa), 2017, Drawings on paper, 120 x 80 cm each
Ali Tnani, Crackling Data Machine, 2016, Mixed media installation, 85 x 100 x 66 cm, Edition of 1, Co-Author: Lukas Truniger (Switzerland)