Do you see what I see? A new exhibition at the Cuadro Fine Art Gallery
Featuring works by Ammar Al-Attar, Farah Al-Qasimi, Ayla Hibri and Michel Le Belhomme
Cuadro Gallery in DIFC have launched a new exhibition entitled 'Do you see what I see?' Running until January 9, the exhibition explores the idea that people are often unable to see what is right in front of them. In the modern era of a fast, work hard, play hard culture, perhaps we are faced with more visual information than we are able to process which is maybe why we often turning to contemporary photographic practices to explore and understand our surroundings.
Ammar Al Attar
Sibeel Water I ( Lambda Print, 2013, 180x230 cm, Edition of 5 )
Using the notion that "a photograph suspends, amplifies, and offers for consideration a visual composition that the purveyor of the camera supposes to be essential," and that a photograph "is a suspended moment that has been removed from a linear context or sequence", four artists will show work asking the question "do you see what I see?"
Farah Al Qasimi
Skeleton Car ( Provincetown. MA, Lambda C Print, 2012, 125x160 cm, Edition of 5 )
Amir Azil V ( Archival Pigment Print, 2013, 100x100 cm, Edition of 5 )
The exhibition will include works by Ammar Al-Attar, Farah Al-Qasimi, Ayla Hibri and Michel Le Belhomme and will run from December 11 - January 9 at the Cuadro Gallery, DIFC, Dubai.