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First book on the multifaceted body of works by one of the most famous artists in the Gulf region. Edited by Catherine David.May 2011
First monograph on the multifaceted body of work by one of the most famous artists in the Gulf region.
Hassan Sharif (* 1951, Dubai, United Arab Emirates) is regarded as a pioneer contemporary artist in the Gulf region. Since the early seventies, he has been developing a complex and prolific body of works in many different media including caricatures, performances and experiments, objects and paintings.
He has exhibited in the UAE and in different countries, and has participated in several editions of the Sharjah Biennial, and in the Venice Biennale in 2009. His works are included in the permanent collections of the Art Museum in Sharjah, Mathaf (Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha) as well as in private collections in the UAE and abroad.
This book published by Cantz and ADACH is the first monographic publication dedicated to the artist, following the exhibition organized by ADACH in Abu Dhabi:
Hassan Sharif Experiments & Objects 1979-2011
Qasr Al Hosn Cultural Quarter Hall, Abu Dhabi, UAE, 17 March - 17June 2011. Curators: Catherine David and Mohammed Kazem.
See the >> exhibition's presentation in Nafas.
Edited by Catherine David
Texts by: Catherine David, Paulina Kolczynska, a.o.
Graphic design: L. Krauss
Softcover, 22 x 30 cm
344 pp., ca. 200 color ills.
Hatje Cantz Verlag