Past Exhibition / Gallery 1 | Gallery 2

Peter Dean Rickards and Anuar Khalifi

27 November 2019 - 4 March 2020

  • Anuar Khalifi, Forever Is A Current Event, 2019, Installation View at The Third Line

    Anuar Khalifi, Forever Is A Current Event, 2019, Installation View at The Third Line

  • Anuar Khalifi, Forever Is A Current Event, 2019, Installation View at The Third Line

    Anuar Khalifi, Forever Is A Current Event, 2019, Installation View at The Third Line

  • Anuar Khalifi, Forever Is A Current Event, 2019, Installation View at The Third Line

    Anuar Khalifi, Forever Is A Current Event, 2019, Installation View at The Third Line

  • Anuar Khalifi, Forever Is A Current Event, 2019, Installation View at The Third Line

    Anuar Khalifi, Forever Is A Current Event, 2019, Installation View at The Third Line

  • Peter Dean Rickards,The Afflicted Yard, 2019, Installation View at The Third Line

    Peter Dean Rickards,The Afflicted Yard, 2019, Installation View at The Third Line

  • Peter Dean Rickards,The Afflicted Yard, 2019, Installation View at The Third Line

    Peter Dean Rickards,The Afflicted Yard, 2019, Installation View at The Third Line

  • Peter Dean Rickards,The Afflicted Yard, 2019, Installation View at The Third Line

    Peter Dean Rickards,The Afflicted Yard, 2019, Installation View at The Third Line

  • Peter Dean Rickards,The Afflicted Yard, 2019, Installation View at The Third Line

    Peter Dean Rickards,The Afflicted Yard, 2019, Installation View at The Third Line

Images

Gallery 1: Peter Dean Rickards | The Afflicted Yard

Sole DXB, in collaboration with Afflicted Yard, presents a survey exhibition of works by the late Jamaican artist, Peter Dean Rickards (1969-2014) at The Third Line. This survey exhibition titled The Afflicted Yard takes a look at the vast majority of Rickards’s works, in which he strived to expose Jamaica to the world.

Press release - E-Catalogue

Gallery 2: Anuar Khalifi | Forever Is A Current Event 

Forever Is A Current EventAnuar Khalifi’s first solo exhibition at the gallery, includes works on canvas exploring the exchange between tradition and the contemporary world. Embodying both the stylistic elements and socio-political spirit of neo-impressionism, Khalifi equips his paintings with metaphors and symbols which bridge visuals of the past with that of a globalised contemporary culture.

Press release - E-Catalogue