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Reem Falaknaz

Transcultural narratives from the Middle east and North Africa. Curated by Roi Saade

Reem Falaknaz documents with his artistic work the social and physical landscape of the United Arab Emirates and its inhabitants. In 2014 he took part in the prestigious Arab Documentary Photography Program, and his international participations include the United Arab Emirates Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016 and the Lahore Biennale in 2020.

Reem Falaknaz documents with his artistic work the social and physical landscape of the United Arab Emirates and its inhabitants. In 2014 he took part in the prestigious Arab Documentary Photography Program, and his international participations include the United Arab Emirates Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016 and the Lahore Biennale in 2020.

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7X7 | Transcultural narratives from the Middle east and North Africa. Curated by Roi Saade | Reem Falaknaz | Fridays in Dubai

The works of 7 talented young Middle Eastern photographers on a specific day of the week

Reem Falaknaz | Fridays in Dubai

7X7 | Transcultural narratives from the Middle east and North Africa. Curated by Roi Saade | Reem Falaknaz | Fridays in Dubai

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7X7 | Transcultural narratives from the Middle east and North Africa. Curated by Roi Saade | Reem Falaknaz | Fridays in Dubai

As an integral part of the project, the curator has created, exclusively for the festival, 7 newspapers that can be browsed in the exhibition: 7 newspapers in whose pages the story is developed through images of every day of a hypothetical week in the Middle East.

7X7 | Transcultural narratives from the Middle east and North Africa. Curated by Roi Saade | Reem Falaknaz | Fridays in Dubai

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