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"PLEASE DON’T TOUCH" on 20 November at Station- Beirut

"PLEASE DON’T TOUCH" is an interactive performance introducing a new concept to sculpture. Nadine Abou Zaki sculpted blindfolded in the dark, focusing on the inner self, thereby substituting the sense of sight with that of touch.

She here questions the role of image as a contemporary tool, the physical act of touching in artistic creation, and its relation to memory. What is sculpting without a body? Communicating without body? Desiring without body?
She invites you to touch, experience and interact in the dark with her sculptures.

19 artists from Lebanon & Syria at SV gallery in Saifi village- Beirut

Solidere & Afak organized an exhibition with 19 artists from Lebanon and Syria at SV gallery in Saifi village- Beirut.

Nadine Abou Zaki exhibited a sculpture along with the artworks of Wajih Nahle, Hussein Madi, Amine Al Basha, Halim Jerdak, Nazir Nabaa, Bahram, Moustapha Ali, Sabhan Adam, and others.  

The second edition of “De femme à homme” (Marsam ed. Morocco) at Paris Book Fair

Nadine Abou Zaki and Pierre-Marie Hasse signed the second edition of “De femme à homme” (Marsam Editions, Morocco) at Paris Book Fair (Salon du livre de Paris).

Paris Book Fair is an event of international repute that is held at the Paris Porte de Versailles, for a period of 4 days. The book fair is a meeting of the important names in literature, with more than 2,000 international authors, major interviews, debates, conferences and meetings presented by specialists.

Public discussion at the KoerberForum- Hamburg

The DAFG and the Koerber Foundation invited Nadine Abou Zaki for a public discussion on “A Women’s Uprising? Emancipation in the Arab World” at the KoerberForum, Körber Foundation’s headquarters in Hamburg on 10 December 2013. The discussion was moderated by television journalist Minou Amir-Sehhi.
Twice a year, the DAFG and the Körber Foundation organize a panel discussion in Hamburg. The prominent series of public talks at the KörberForum is a well-established format which attracts a large audience (up to 350 participants) from all walks of life.