AB GALLERY LUCERNE
Arealstrasse 6
CH-6020 Emmenbrücke-Lucerne
Phone: +41 41 982 08 80
Mobil: +41 79 69 805 69
E-mail: office@ab-gallery.com

OPENING HOURS
The gallery is open by appointment only.

 
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Mohamed Abouelnaga, Manuscript 3 , 2011, mixed media on canvas, 100 x 50 cm

AB Gallery represents contemporary art and current positions from the MENA region, which encompasses the countries of North Africa, the Middle East and Iran. AB stands for "across borders": supporting the exchange of art and ideas beyond cultural borders is AB Gallery's primary aim. on .

 
Exhibition
01.02.2015 - 28.03.2015
CAIRO
 

News

 
National Art Center Tokyo

From December 13th, 2014 until January 25th, 2015 the latest art works of Toshiya Kobayashi will be displayed in the group exhibition "17th DOMANI: The Art of Tomorrow" at the "National Art Center Tokyo", in Tokyo/ Japan. Please get some impressions about the show here.

 
Nastaran Safaei

Nina Huber, reporter of the SI Style Magazine talked to Nastaran Safaei from Iran about her stay as artist in residence in Lucerne. Please read here.

 
Contemporary Practices

Exchange Challenges. Please read here the recent essay about the Artist-in-Residence program by the ORYX Foundation and AB GALLERY. In the art magazine Contemporary Practices - Visual Arts from the Middle East Anna Fech writes vividly about experiences of Middle East artists in Switzerland and the background of the program.

 
Exhibitions
23.11.2014-24.1.2015Inner Selfie
23.11.2014-24.1.2015West turns Middle-East

Upcoming

March 18 – March 21, 2015
ART DUBAI

 

News

 
HARPER’S BAZAAR ART

Ali Bakhtiari visited Samira Hodaei in her studio in Tehran, Iran to talk about her current work series «And the dance goes on». The interview was now published in the latest edition of the HARPER’S BAZAAR ART, Nov-Dec 2014. Please read here

 

Please read here the recent interview with Omani artist and curator Hassan Meer published by the magazin "Reorient". In the interview entitled "Echoes of the Past" the artist talks about his work and the state of Oman's contemporary art scene.