This free road trip will take place on the 29th of April and will include visits to newly opened exhibitions in Abu Dhabi.
Alserkal Programming invites you on a monthly series of road trips to visit exhibitions, talks, performances and film screenings by galleries, arts institutions, and cultural initiatives around the country.
The third trip of the year will take place on the 29th of April and will include visits to newly opened exhibitions in Abu Dhabi.
This is your chance to see the second exhibition of the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi Collection. It brings together artists of different nationalities and generations who have emphasized performance, process, and human presence in their practice, offering a transcultural perspective on these defining aspects of contemporary art.
The group will then head to the NYUD Art Gallery to see the “But We Cannot See Them” exhibition which focuses on one community of artists, sometimes called “the five”, at an intersection of visual artists, writers, and filmmakers based in the UAE. Its members identified with a “new culture” of encouraging radical, formal and conceptual experimentation.
The artists include Hassan Sharif, Mohamed Ahmed Ibrahim, Abdullah Al Saadi, Mohammed Kazem, Hussain Sharif, Vivek Vilasini, Jos Clevers, and Ebtisam Abdulaziz.
This free of charge Art and Culture road trip will take place on 29th April 2017 and the schedule is below:
15:00 / Depart from Nadi Al Quoz, Alserkal Avenue
16:30-17:45 / Guided tour of The Creative Act: Performance• Process • Presence
18:00 / Bus departs from Manarat Al Saadiyat to NYUAD Art Gallery
18:15-19:00 / Guided tour of But We Cannot See Them
19:15 / Bus departs from NYUAD Art Gallery to head back to Alserkal Avenue
20:45 / Arrive to Alserkal Avenue
To reserve a seat, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Road Trips are open to everyone and free of charge. However, spaces are limited and reservations are on a first-come- first-served basis.
For more information, visit: http://alserkalavenue.ae/en/event/road-trip-guggenheim-at-manarat-and-nyuad-art-gallery.php