Sharjah Art Foundation's annual photography exhibition returns

Vantage Point Sharjah features the work of more than 30 artists from around the world

Sharjah Art Foundation's annual photography exhibition returns

If you’re a photographer at heart, you’ll be no stranger to Sharjah Art Foundation’s annual photography exhibition, Vantage Point Sharjah.

Since launching in 2013, and now in its eighth year, the annual photography show aims to support the medium of photography. This year the exhibition will feature the work of more than 30 artists from more than 20 countries.

The selected artists and photographers were chosen from an international open call and their works can be viewed from Saturday August 29 until Saturday November 28 at Al Hamriyah Studios.

All the works of art tell a different story – from personal experiences to captured landscapes and futuristic scenarios – through a variety of approaches including collage, analogue photography and digital manipulation.

The exhibition is free to attend and to ensure the comfort and safety of everyone attending, slots can be booked in advanced here.

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Looking for more ways to experience Sharjah’s booming art scene? Head here.

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Free. Sat Aug 28-Sat Nov 28. Al Hamriyah Studios, Sharjah, www.sharjahart.org.

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