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The Memory of Hope

Aida Muluneh

November 8 TO December 9

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Current Exhibition

The Memory of Hope

Aida Muluneh

November 8 TO December 9

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GPP: Introduction to Mobile Photography - Photography Workshop Create Instagram-worthy photos from your phone with our Intro to Mobile Photography workshop on Wednesday, December 6th! 📱💕

We'll impart photography tips and tricks that you can use to elevate the images you shoot from your phone.

Book now: http://bit.ly/2j5B9KS
Take your smartphone photography to a new level by learning the tips and tricks used by photographers to achieve jaw dropping images with the camera in their pocket.
GPP: Practicing Portraiture | Natural Light - Photography Workshop Join our new workshop, Practicing Portraiture: Natural Light on Friday, December 1st! 📸👤

This 1-day workshop will teach you how to enliven your family album, shoot professional headshots, and build the foundation you'll need for other genres.

What are you waiting for? Book now: http://bit.ly/2jjt4WD
Transform your portraits from snapshots to well-composed, dynamic photographs that evoke a story as well as a smile.
GPP: Introduction to Studio Lighting - Photography Workshop Light up your photographs! 💡📸 Join our morning Intro to Studio Lighting workshop on Monday & Tuesday, November 27th-28th.

Work with professional studio equipment and learn how to get your lighting right. It's not as hard as it looks!

Book now: http://bit.ly/2hsSqgo
Equip yourself with the technical savviness and the creative eye to enliven your photography through studio lighting.
Taylor Wessing photographic portrait prize 2017 – in pictures The winner and runner-ups for the annual Taylor Wessing photographic prize have been announced! 🎉

Take a look at the amazing portraits here: http://bit.ly/2zNuwqZ
Photo Lab: Story of a City with Gulf Photo Plus Join us and Hussain AlMoosawi on Wednesday, November 22nd in Apple Store The Dubai Mall.

Tell your story using your iPhone and see the city in a different light. 📱💕

Sign up for the free seminar here: http://apple.co/2zRt86a
Join Gulf Photo Plus photographer Hussain AlMoosawi and explore how to tell the story of a city using iPhone.
GPP Photo Week 2018 GPP Photo Week 2018 is from February 7th-12th! Have you marked your calendar? 📸

We have workshops, seminars, exhibitions, PhotoFriday, and lots of other special activities with world-renowned photographers over six days at Concrete in Alserkal Avenue - the hub for arts & creativity.

Check out 2018's program here: http://bit.ly/2yBtjiI
GPP Photo Week 2018— MENA's longest-running international photography festival returns! We have brought together some of the world’s leading photographers to teach and present on the latest innovations and techniques in the field.

In 2018, we’ll be at a wonderful new space in @[189933467710057:274:Alserkal Avenue - the hub for arts & creativity], @[390836977955857:274:Concrete]! We have workshops, seminars, exhibitions, and special events like PhotoFriday lined up for you to enjoy from February 7-12. Make sure to subscribe and be one of the first to know when tickets go live: http://bit.ly/2hwuhWA

While we wish you could start booking, our VAT number is still in process and we unfortunately cannot begin ticket sales at the moment. Please patiently wait with us.

More program updates to follow. Check out our current program here: http://bit.ly/2yBtjiI
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GPP: Profiling Photographers: Hussain AlMoosawi This month's "Profiling Photographer" interviewee is Hussain AlMoosawi, an Emirati photographer, infographic artist, and self-proclaimed cook whose work, "Under Construction: Fences of the UAE" was featured during Photo Week 2017. 📸🇦🇪

Get to know more about his work and the recipe for his go-to dish by clicking right here: http://bit.ly/2iQwPz5
Profiling Photographers: Hussain AlMoosawi - Gulf Photo Plus
GPP: Introduction to Studio Lighting - Photography Workshop Want to shoot in the studio and get your lighting right? Join our Intro to Studio Lighting workshop on Mon & Tue, Nov 27-28! 💡📸

Take your portraits to the next level and work with professional studio equipment in this 2-day workshop.

Don't miss out! Book now: http://bit.ly/2Aa8j2M
Equip yourself with the technical savviness and the creative eye to enliven your photography through studio lighting.
GPP: Advanced Motorsports Photography - Photography Workshop Shoot from the pits and immerse yourself in the exciting world of racing! 🏁🏎 Join our Advanced Motorsports Photography workshop at Yas Marina Circuit on December 15th & 16th.

If you’re ready to face the fast-paced world of motorsports photography, submit your portfolio and prepare your gear for an exhilarating experience.

Ready? Get set, book now! http://bit.ly/2zX4aDh
Learn what it takes to capture a fast-paced motorsport event at the world famous Yas Marina Circuit, one of the world's best race facilities and home of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
16th-Century Tube Passengers - Photographs and text by Matt Crabtree | LensCulture Take a look at these wonderful images that echo Renaissance portraits, which were all taken and edited on a mobile phone.📱💕

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A unique street series filled with timeless images hearkening back to Renaissance portraits from the 16th century—all created, edited, and sent from the photographer’s phone during his daily commute