Michael Najjar – “Civilization: The Way We Live Now”

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The exhibition Civilization: The Way We Live Now, curated by William A. Ewing and Holly Roussell and organized in collaboration between UCCA and Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography, opens to the public on March 9th. The exhibition show about 250 works by over 120 artists who focus on the changes induced by globalization. Michael Najjar participates with a selection of works belonging to the outer space series.

When


Starts: March 9th, 2019
Ends: May 15th, 2019

Where


Ullens Center for Contemporary Art
4 Jiuxianqiao Rd, Chaoyang Qu
Beijing Shi, Cina, 100096

Information


mostre@studiolacitta.it
Promoters: UCCA and Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography
Curated by: William A. Ewing and Holly Roussell

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