Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde
Green Art Gallery
This gallery dates back to 1995 and was a key player in the promotion of local artists in the region. In 2010 the gallery moved to...
This edgy gallery represents paintings, sculpture, photographs and media created by newly discovered (as well as internationally...
This cultural complex wraps around its eponymous courtyard, flanked by an eccentric hodgepodge of buildings that makes it look like a...
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Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde information
Previously known as B21, this innovative gallery has lifted some of the Middle East’s most promising talent from obscurity into the spotlight. The mythology-laced installations, videos and collages of Cairo-based Lara Baladi and the distorted photography of Iranian-born Ramin Haerizadeh are among the works that have attracted collectors and the curious since the space’s opening in 2005.