More works by Nadim Karam

Nadim Karam


Karam’s projects and installations are interventions that seek to animate cities as diverse as Melbourne, Prague, Dubai, Beirut, London and Nara, Japan. These interventions often take the form of large-scale steel sculptures, described as ‘urban toys’ by the artist. For Karam, it is not only we, as humans, who need to dream, but our cities too – his urban toys are acts of whimsy and a rebellion against the soulless nature of so many modern spaces, bringing to life the environments around him.

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  • +Artist Bio

    Lebanese artist and architect Nadim Karam’s multi-disciplinary approach incorporates painting, drawing, sculpture and writing. Fusing various cultural influences, Karam’s works transcend social, political and national borders, forming a unique pictorial language replete with recurring symbols and with original characters and narratives. They form an alphabet of sorts, in what is an ongoing, sometimes absurdist, exploration of the creative power of dreams. Renowned for his public art and work in urban regeneration, Karam was recently lauded for his architectural plan, The Cloud, which made international headlines for its revolutionary ideas on how to reconfigure public space amidst Dubai’s growing cityscape. 
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  • +Exhibitions

    “99 Objects possible to find on a Cloud”, Ayyam Gallery Dubai (AlQuoz)
    “Urban Zoo”, Ayyam Gallery Beirut
    “Shooting the Cloud”, Ayyam Gallery London
    Menasart, Beirut International Exhibition, BIEL

    Menasart, Beirut International Exhibition, BIEL

    The Wild Cat and other sculptures, DIFC Gate, Dubai

    The Fisherman fishing from a Cloud, installation, Creek Art Fair, Bastakiya, Dubai
    Clouds & Chairs, Sultan Gallery, Kuwait

    101 archaic procession elements, rooftop installation in Leeds, UK

    London & Dublin project, exhibition, Unesco, Beirut
    Solfeggio 101, exhibition, Portside Gallery, Yokohama, Japan

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