“Elements of life” Solo exhibition by Agnes Winogradsky at Gallery 76

Gallery 76 at the Dubai International Art Centre presents Elements of Life, a solo exhibition by the French artist, Agnès Winogradsky. Agnès is a qualified architect, who studied in Versailles, the School of Fine Arts in Brussels and studios in Baden-Baden. Opening ceremony will be held on 6th of February at 6:30pm at Gallery 76 and will run through till 12th of February.

Agnes combines her original work as an architect and her passion for painting.  Her oil paintings comprise of abstract and realistic work and while exploring both genres she gradually evolved towards a ‘personal sensitivity in the journey being travelled’. The movement and energy in the city of Dubai and the Middle East, has enriched her perspective, thus far built on a diverse European context. She delights in the synthesis of various cultures, simultaneously striving towards future progress and development.

Event Details: –

Venue: Dubai International Art Centre, Street 75b, Villa No 27, Jumeirah Beach Road, Near Town Centre Mall and Behind Mercato Mall.

Opening Ceremony: Tuesday 6th of February at 6:30pm

Exhibition Dates: 6th till 12th February 2018

Gallery Timings:

Sat to Wed: 9.00am to 9.00pm

Thurs: 9.00am to 4.00pm

Friday: Closed

For further information please call the DIAC office on 04 344 4398

About DIAC (Dubai International Art Centre):

The Dubai International Art Centre (DIAC) is a non profitorganization offering an integral environment for artistic expression. It is committed to culturally and creatively enrich the local community by developing, stimulating, nurturing, encouraging and promoting artists, enthusiasts and art.

DIAC is owned by the members and managed by a board of directors. It is the premiere center for arts education in Dubai, offering the community over 80 different art courses and workshops, language courses, and gallery exhibitions. DIAC was founded in 1976 by the initiative of a few artists and art enthusiasts residing in Dubai. Today membership stands at over 1,100 from 67 different nationalities and growing.

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