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Qatar Museums (QM)

March 2019

MF Husain: Horses of the Sun Exhibition

March 21 @ 9:00 am - July 31 @ 7:00 pm
M. F. Husain: Horses of the Sun

MF Husain: Horses of the Sun is a major exhibition dedicated to the work of MF Husain (1913-2011)  - legendary contributor to modern Indian culture and art history of the 20th century. Timing: Fridays from 1:30 pm to 7 pm Please note that starting on 28 March, admission to NMoQ, MIA and Mathaf will be charged at the entrance. General admission will be QAR50 for adults, QAR25 for students. Free admission for children under 16, Culture Pass Plus and Culture Pass…

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Raqs Media Collective: Still More World Exhibition

March 21 @ 9:00 am - July 31 @ 7:00 pm
Raqs Media Collective: Still More World Exhibition

Featuring the Delhi-based Raqs Media Collective, and their thirteen multi-object and video installations, two of which were created especially for this show in Doha.  The show has been organised as part of  the Qatar India 2019 Year of Culture.

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Making Doha: 1950 – 2030

March 28 - August 30
Making Doha

Designed by OMA/AMO, the exhibition examines how the capital city, Doha, was assembled and how its construction affected the global discipline of architecture across four major chapters: Seeds of a Nation (1950–1971), Modern State (1971–1995), And the World (1995–2010) and Destination Qatar (2010–2030). Curated by Rem Koolhaas, Samir Bantal and Fatma Al Sehlawi. Exhibition on show at the Temporary Exhibitions Gallery.

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