September 10th, 2013

In The City – London Exhibit.

I’m going to be participating a group exhibit show organized by Kalimat Magazine design_atelier_ called In the City, an absorbing graphic design and sound art exhibition which provides a rare glimpse into four Arab cities. Hosted at P21 Gallery, the exhibition will be a first of its kind in London to showcase a series of commissioned and pre-existing works from an eclectic line up of established and emerging Arab designers, illustrators, video, and sound artists. In the City transports the audience through four enigmatic, but overlooked Arab cities - Alexandria, Algiers, Baghdad and Nablus – by recapturing and re-imagining elements of those cities. The collection explores each city’s panorama through their streets, landmarks, people, signage, and sounds. Every room contains elements borrowed from the city it represents, forming a variety of installations that will entice interaction between the audience and the work.

Participants: Sherif Adel, Yusef Alahmad, Nora Aly, Mohammed Nabil Labib, Maajoun, Nayzak, Wael Morcos, Nour Tabet, Ghada Wali, Ibraheem Youssef, Mohammed Zakaria, And Design_atelier_

Visitor information: Exhibition runs from 26 September-15 December 2013 | Open Wednesday-Sunday 12.00-18.00 | Closed 16 & 17 October

Location: 21 Chalton Street, London, NW1 1JD | Nearest underground: King’s Cross/St. Pancras and Euston Station | Tel: 020 7121 6190 | Web: p21.org.uk

Full Press release: Available at this link.

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