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Spectral Imprints

Muller, Nat (ed)

ISBN 10: 0956070493 / ISBN 13: 9780956070494
Published by Abraaj Capital Art Prize, 2012
Used Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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Oversized hardcover. Blue binding with silver and metallic green lettering on front cover and spine in very good condition, with some wear on covers and spine. 160 pages. Copyright page dated 2012. Published on the occasion of the Abraaj Capital Art Prize (ACAP) 2012. Concerns the five winning artworks that make up the fourth edition of the Abraaj Capital Art Prize 2012 - "To My Brother" by Taysir Batniji (Palestine), "A Letter Can Always Reach its Destination" by Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige (Lebanon), "A Glimpse of Clean History" by Wael Shawky (Egypt), "The Seven Seas" by Risham Syed (Pakistan), and "China" by Raed Yassin (Lebanon). Contains high-quality color reproductions and photographs on almost every page. Binding good and tight. Pages clean and square. Book dimensions are 9 1/2 inches (length) by 12 inches (width). Since this is an oversized book, extra shipping will be required for international or priority delivery. Bookseller Inventory # Fred7-2468

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Title: Spectral Imprints

Publisher: Abraaj Capital Art Prize

Publication Date: 2012

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

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The Abraaj Capital Art Prize is for artists from the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia. Uniquely, it rewards proposals rather than completed artworks. Each year, five selected artists work with one international curator, culminating in an exhibition at Art Dubai and a new publication. Featured in this years edition are quilts by Risham Syed, porcelain vases by Raed Yassin, Taysir Batnijis paper hand carvings from photographs, a diorama box by Wael Shawky, and a video installation by Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige. The prize overview also includes critical texts by curator Nat Muller, plus essays by Laura U. Marks, Hanan Toukan and Fadi Tufayli.

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