SCA and ADACH together to promote Emarati arts

This is an article taken from Abu Dhabi Tempo about Manal Bin Amro's solo exhibition in Europe that took place last July. Sturiale Contemporary Arts is working on an international program in order to promote Emarati arts.

We would like to thank ADACH (Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage) for sponsoring the event.


Roger Ballen on American Suburb X

Please take some time to read this article about Roger Ballen by By Robert Fleck, Originally Published, Eikon Issue 57 - March 2007


UPCLOSE: HADI TABATABAI exhibiting in London

An upclose of Hadi Tabatabai's works at London Green Cardamom till April 15th, 2011.


Gina Zacharias on magazine Apparatur #22

Artist Gina Zacharias got the cover of Danish magazine Apparatur with one of her photographs from a series called Chamaleon.

Since 2009 "Chamaleon" have travelled several major exhibiting locations across Europe together with the group show Camuflajes featuring Carlos Miranda, Yasumasa Morimura, Sonia La Mur, Maider Lòpez and many others.



“Public Private Hanoi” by André Lützen 

SCA is proud to announce that one of the artists of Renegade, André Lützen has recently released a new fantastic book. The photo sequence "Public Private Hanoi" is about the urban labyrinth of Hanoi by night. Hanoi is restless, busy, crowded. Breathless heat and cramped living quarters drive people onto the city streets. With doors and windows flung wide open, domestic worlds spill out into the public arena. The private sphere overflows into the public space.

The borderline between inside and outside dissolves. Flashes of intimacy and heady moods, resonant colour fused with physical proximity, and the constant rhythms of pavement narratives are transformed by Lützen’s camera into a complex fabric that lends almost palpable presence to life in Vietnam’s capital.


The Book:
“Public Private Hanoi” by André Lützen. Text by Nora Luttmer, German/
English, Kehrer Verlag, Heidelberg, Hardcover, 30x24 cm, 112 pages,
73 color ills.
ISBN 978-3-86828-150-7, 39,80 €