A group exhibition with a seasonal theme: “summer is when all positive feelings surface allowing for a better appreciation of everything we do,” says the curatorial statement. “A Summer Allegory aims to encompass this summer’s glamour through a selection of artists, forms and subject matter”.
Richard Ketley – a South African based between Dubai and Johannesburg whose abstracts reflect his extensive: “I find meaning where others do not – in the fall of light on a sandy building in Riyadh, the chaos of the shacks of Kampala, the crowded taxi parks of Johannesburg …”
Solimar Miller – a 25-year resident of the UAE who specialises in silkscreen works that highlight the unique qualities of the indigenous ﬂora.
Elisabeth Dorazio – the Brazilian artist, currently a Dubai resident, has an impressively large body of work in different techniques and materials. “Her use of shifting and fragmented surfaces alludes to the existential and unstable nature of humanity and the natural world,” says the gallery.
Colleen Quigley – a Japanese-American artist based in Tucson, her practice encompasses a broad range of media including sculpture, installation, painting, encaustic, and digital fabrication on themes of materiality, perception, memory and place, and the transcultural ﬂow of objects.
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