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Nadim Karam
Glass Beads, 2014

Stainless Steel
70 x 10 x 44cm

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"For every sculpture, time is spent on detail. From the sketch to the digital drawing to the workshop where specialized technicians and I spend months deciding on the tiniest details, the sculpture comes into being over a long process. I suppose the same kind of work must go into making a car, with the difference that only one sculpture comes out of every endeavor, instead of a vast production line!" - Nadim Karam

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  • +Artist Bio

    Lebanese artist and architect Nadim Karam’s multi-disciplinary approach incorporates painting, drawing, sculpture and writing. Fusing various cultural influences, Karam’s works transcend social, political and national borders, forming a unique pictorial language replete with recurring symbols and with original characters and narratives. They form an alphabet of sorts, in what is an ongoing, sometimes absurdist, exploration of the creative power of dreams. Renowned for his public art and work in urban regeneration, Karam was recently lauded for his architectural plan, The Cloud, which made international headlines for its revolutionary ideas on how to reconfigure public space amidst Dubai’s growing cityscape. 
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  • +Exhibitions

    2013 
    “99 Objects possible to find on a Cloud”, Ayyam Gallery Dubai (AlQuoz)
    “Urban Zoo”, Ayyam Gallery Beirut
    “Shooting the Cloud”, Ayyam Gallery London
    Menasart, Beirut International Exhibition, BIEL

    2011
    Menasart, Beirut International Exhibition, BIEL

    2010
    The Wild Cat and other sculptures, DIFC Gate, Dubai

    2008
    The Fisherman fishing from a Cloud, installation, Creek Art Fair, Bastakiya, Dubai
    Clouds & Chairs, Sultan Gallery, Kuwait

    2002
    101 archaic procession elements, rooftop installation in Leeds, UK

    2001
    London & Dublin project, exhibition, Unesco, Beirut
    Solfeggio 101, exhibition, Portside Gallery, Yokohama, Japan


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