• Primordial | Mohammed Ibrahim

    Cuadro Gallery is proud to present Primordial, a solo exhibition featuring monumental, career defining sculptural works by Mohammed Ahmed Ibrahim. Ibrahim is a pioneering Emirati artist whose art practice focuses on primitive forms and techniques while employing earthen materials from his native Khorfakkan. Over the last four decades Mohammed’s unmistakable and unflinching vision as an artist has become increasingly germane and pure. Throughout his work, Mohammed unabashedly confronts and reconciles funda more »

  • Do You See What I See

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  • Out of Body | Aidan Salakhova

    Cuadro Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of “Out Of Body,” the first ever exhibition for celebrated artist Aidan Salakhova since her massive retrospective at Moscow’s Museum of Modern Art. Aidan’s Salakhova’s latest works are brilliantly provocative, yet subtle. She often employs monotone or gold backgrounds that reference medieval "gold-ground" paintings, illuminated manuscripts, and early mosaics. Highlights from the exhibition include monolithic contrasting white marble and polished granite more »

  • Birds Butterflies and Bunnies | Hunt Slonem

    Cuadro's first exhibition of the season showcases new works by Hunt Slonem. Hunt Slonem was born in 1951. He studied painting at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine. Slonem’s obsessive rendering of his subjects reflects his desire to explore issues of spatial complexity, compression and density.. more »

  • Buildings, too, are Children of Earth and Sun | Matt Shane

    The UAE often evokes wonder, seen as a place where even islands and lagoons can be built. This ability to redefine what is possible was immediately apparent to Cuadro resident... more »

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