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Four opens first exhibition 'Line and Meaning' in its new offices

Four today unveiled its first exhibition, ‘Line and Meaning’ at its London Bridge offices. ‘Line and Meaning’ presents a selection of contemporary Arabic calligraphy and Islamic imagery and is a celebration of the agency’s near decade-long association with the Gulf.

Utilising the wide art corridor, the space will host work by British and Middle Eastern artists Khaver Idrees, Rima Farah, Eric Broug, Kevin Jackson, Lafeefa Spiker, Vaseem Mohammed, Mohammed Ali and Naima Hafiz.

The Berners-Lee board rooms will additionally host six works by Iraqi-born Hassan Massoudy, considered the ‘greatest living calligrapher’ by the French writer Michel Tournier.

Thanks to Mica Gallery, the UK's first gallery specialising in Modern Islamic & Contemporary Art, for loan of the works. The summer show will be on display until September and all works are for sale.

 

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