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Scrap Art Exhibition

October 23, 2019 - November 2, 2019

Scrap Exhibition

Featuring artists from different countries around the world and over 250 pieces depicting figurines, sea life sculptures, wildlife sculptures, furniture, fixtures, and more. Artworks vary in sizes, with some having life-like dimensions.

Scrap Art Exhibition

Dome 1 will feature artworks by 23 artists including: John Lopez (US), Alan Williams (Kuwait), Dotun Popoola (Kuwait), Bader Al Mutairi (Nigeria), Jameel Al Balushi (Oman), Murat (Turkey), Vadyam (Ukraine), Denis (Russia), Barbara Licha (Australia), Julain Abdres (Argentina), Sanem Tufan (Turkey), Bulygin Maksim (Russia), Medvedkov Alexei (Russia), Georgie (Spain), Mohamed Al Blushi (Oman), Ghalib Al Sawafi (Oman), Abdulkarim Al Rawahi (Oman), Cindy Chin (US), Abdulkadir (Iraq), Rifat (Turkey), Cim Ozkan (Turkey), Asaf (Turkey), James Leo (US)

Dome 2 will be the venue for the workshop which will be facilitated by these nine artists: Olena (Ukraine), Sadeq Mohamed (Iraq), Mohsen Haydari (Iran), Barbara Licha (Australia), James Leo (US), Sanem (Turkey), Sayaka Kajita (Japan), Muner Al Kawkabani (Yemen), Musta Abour (Tunisia)

Dome 3 will feature the recycled art of Dario Tironi (Italy), Sayaka Kajita (Japan)

External Workshops will be facilitated by these artists: Ali Dasmal Al-Kuwari (Qatar), Fahad Al Moa’adhed (Qatar), Naser Al Samarae (Iraq), Mustafa Abour (Tunisia), Cindy Chin (US), Mohamed Al Balushi (Oman), Abdulkarim Al Rawahi (Oman), Abdulkadir Al Naeeb (Iraq), John Lopez (US), Dotun Popoola (Nigeria)


October 23, 2019
November 2, 2019
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