Nadim Abbas’ current group show ‘Phantom Plane, Cyberpunk in the Year of the Future’ at Tai Kwun, HK, has been reveiwed in Arts & Collections and features Abbas’ new work ‘Fake Present Eons (After Posenenske)’. More information here
Nadim Abbas has been included in the group show ‘Phantom Plane, Cyberpunk in the Year of the Future’ at Tai Kwun, Hong-Kong. The exhibition will open on Friday 4 October 6-9pm and run until 4 January 2020. Other artists involved include: Bettina von Arnim, Chan Wai Kwong, Chen Wei, Cui Jie, Aria Dean, Ho Rui An, Tishan Hsu, Tetsuya Ishida, JODI, Lee Bul, Seiko Mikami, Takehiko Nakafuji, Shinro Ohtake, Yuri Pattison, Sondra Perry, Seth Price, Jon Rafman, Hiroki Tsukuda, Nurrachmat Widyasena and Zheng Mahler. More information here
Nadim Abbas’ solo show ‘Poor Toy’ at VITRINE, Basel has been featured in Art Viewer. More information here
Nadim Abbas’ solo exhibition ‘Poor Toy’ at VITRINE, Basel has been featured in Ocula’s ‘Art Basel Lowdown: Shows to See’. More information here
“Who hasn’t had that humbling moment in an IKEA megastore, trapped in a vortex of repetition; where life slides into an empty void of meaningless consumption?”
Nadim Abbas has been interviewed about his solo exhibition ‘Poor Toy’ at Vitrine, Basel by Susie Pentelow in My Art Guides. Read more here
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Nadim Abbas has been included in ‘The Artists Who Will Change the World’, a new publication authored by Omar Kholeif and published by Thames and Hudson. Read more here
Drawing from playground designs as well as the history of the site (a former Prison), Hong Kong artist Nadim Abbas has created different modules of multipurpose seating arrangements, titled ‘P-Scape’ and open to the public at 大館 Tai Kwun, Hong Kong. Read more here.
Nadim Abbas has been awarded a residency at Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, US, which will take place between September and November 2018. Hyde Park Art Center is (HPAC) is a visual arts organization and the oldest alternative exhibition space in the city of Chicago. More information here.