Middle East in London
Above: Khaled Jarrer, ‘Volleyball’, 2012
The number of London galleries dedicated to Middle Eastern art continues to grow. As well as the long-running (and consistently excellent) Rose Issa Projects, and the A. M. Qattan Foundation’s Mosaic Rooms, we now have the non-profit P21 Gallery, by Euston Station, focusing on work by Palestinian artists, and as of this month a London branch of Syria’s Ayyam Gallery.
The new Ayyam outpost has a show by Nadim Karam that runs until 9th March while P21 has a group show, ‘Moving Images On Palestine’, that runs until 16th March.
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