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The Flying Saucer
This Flying Saucer was used for several purposes, as it was opened in 1978 and was modified over the decades to house various businesses. In 2012, this architectural landmark, was acquired by the Sharjah Art Foundation and they renovated it and turned it into a space for exhibitions, with a café and a library.

Majid Al Bastaki / Source: Prem Ratnam, Hemlyn Studio Archive, Reverse Moments Project

Frame Size: 1170x835 mm
Paper Type: Hahnemühle Photo Rag® 308gsm
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS MA 284 09

 

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The Flying Saucer
الطبق الطائر
Archival Giclee Digital Print


This Flying Saucer was used for several purposes, as it was opened in 1978 and was modified over the decades to house various businesses. In 2012, this architectural landmark, was acquired by the Sharjah Art Foundation and they renovated it and turned it into a space for exhibitions, with a café and a library.
تمّ استخدام هذا الطبق لعدة جهات، حيث تم افتتاحه في عام 1978 وتم تعديله على مدى عقود لإيواء العديد من الشركات. وفي عام 2012، استحوذت مؤسسة الشارقة للفنون على هذا المعلم المعماري وقاموا بتجديده وتحويله إلى مساحة للمعارض، مع مقهى ومكتبة.

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The Flying Saucer in the 1980s
الطبق الطائر في الثمانينيات
Source: Prem Ratnam, Hemlyn Studio Archive, Reverse Moments Project
المصدر: بريم راتنهام، أرشيف استوديو هاملن، مشروع عكس الزمن

Photographer:
Majid Al Bastaki / Source: Prem Ratnam, Hemlyn Studio Archive, Reverse Moments Project
ماجد البستكي - المصدر: بريم راتنهام، أرشيف استوديو هاملن، مشروع عكس الزمن



Frame Size: 1170x835 mm

Exhibit: POS MA 284 09

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