Martin Parr Captures the Dubai World Cup and prints it with HP
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HP Middle East partners with World recognized Magnum Photos agency and renowned photographer Martin Parr for his latest exhibition Martin Parr: Dubai, at The Third Line gallery. It is an exhibition of photographs which explore Dubai and its love for consumer culture.
On a recent trip to Dubai, Parr produced a series of works that capture shots of the city’s crème de la crème at the most fabulous events – the Dubai World Cup and the Cartier Polo World Cup.
The printing of this exhibition happened nearly instantaneously. With the help of HP, Martin and his team printed the images on a HP’s latest offering the HP Designjet Z3100, and then displayed the works within a 48-hour period, creating an almost live exhibition.
About The Third Line
The Third Line is an established gallery that works with and represents contemporary Middle Eastern artists locally, regionally and internationally. Given Martin Parr’s unique feature on Dubai, the gallery is pleased to welcome him for a special exhibition from April 2nd through April 19th. Along with curated exhibitions, The Third Line organises non-profit, alternative programs including: Kutub, a bi-lingual Arab literature appreciation circle; Hiraf, an exhibition of contemporary Middle Eastern crafts; and a Documentary and Arab Feature Film Series, both of which feature moderated debates after each film screening. Since The Third Line’s inception, exhibiting artists include Golnaz Fathi, Amir H Fallah, Youssef Nabil, Shirin Aliabadi, Lamya Gargash, Raghda Bukhash, Amna Alzaabi, Farhad Moshiri, Laleh Khorramian, Farhad Moshiri, Laleh Khorramian, Arwa Abouon, Doa Aly, Rana El Nemr, Mona Marzouk, Fouad Elkoury, Marwan Sahmarani, Abbas Akhavan, Remi Arora, Rana Begum, Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian, Hassan Hajjaj, Neda Hadizadeh, Ghadah Al Kandari, Hayv Kahraman and Pouran Jinchi.
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