UAE’s Tabari Artspace launches 360-degree virtual art exhibition

The virtual exhibition features the work of Hazem Harb

UAE’s Tabari Artspace launches 360-degree virtual art exhibition

Dubai’s Tabari Artspace has gone digital to ensure that art aficionados across the UAE can experience Hazem Harb’s current solo show, Contemporary Heritage.

The selected works span multiple mediums and take root in the notion that heritage is unfixed and fluid.

The 360-degree virtual art tour is a chance to experience these works of art online and to discover contextual information on the pieces which include Palestinian archival imagery reimagined in a contemporary mode.

Born in 1980 in Gaza, the Palestinian artist currently lives between Rome, Italy and Dubai.

Harb’s pieces are featured in collections all across the globe including the British Museum, Sharjah Art Foundation, the Centre Pompidou museum in Paris, Dubai’s Salsali Private Museum, and the Faurschou Foundation in Copenhagen, and now art appreciators across the UAE can see his latest collection online – here.

Can’t get enough of online art shows and a bit of digital culture? Here are 13 museums and art galleries that are digitally streaming exhibitions, artwork and historical artefacts straight into your home. Settle down and prepared to be immersed in culture.
www.tabariartspace.com.

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