A permanent public work by Karim Noureldin

1 Dec 2011

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Artist in conversation: 7pm Unveiling: 8.30pm

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waterside contemporary

London, United Kingdom


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  • Buses 141, 21, 271, 76 and N76 stop in New North Rd (Mintern Str) and 394 directly by the gallery.
  • Tube Old Street or Hoxton
  • Old Street / Hoxton
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waterside contemporary is pleased to present At the End of the Line, an exhibition bringing together four artists whose work draws out abstract lines.


Alongside his exhibited work, Karim Noureldin will create a permanent public work on the roller shutter of the gallery's shopfront. Nourldin has created many architectural interventions in Switzerland and the UK, including a semi-permanent work in waterside contemporary's former gallery space in Wharf Rd.

In 2007, Noureldin published MISR, a series of photographs of shop-fronts in Cairo, Egypt. These observations of local wall-paintings resonate to strategies searched in his own artistic work.

The Unveiling of RSIM will take place on Thursday, 1 December, 8.30pm, following the artist in conversation at 7pm, booking recommended.

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