Foresight Art Center

Phone: 065560080
Fax: 06 5560090
Email: info@foresightartgallery.com
Website: www.foresightartgallery.com
Location Map:
Address: 6th circle, Ibn Al Roumi street. 32. P.O. Box 940631 Amman 11194 Jordan. Open every day except for Fridays

Foresight32 Art Gallery was established in 1991; under the name Baladna Art Gallery, the first private art gallery in Jordan. In 2004 it was relocated into a bigger space that allowed holding bigger exhibitions and seminars and workshops; during the past 20 years Foresight32 Art Gallery was dedicated to becoming the point of reference in the national and international art scene by means of an experimental and innovative approach to become a true incubator of contemporary culture; offering original artworks by prominent and emerging local, regional and international artists.

The gallery has worked to provide a bridge of creative communication with the world through a varied program that includes exhibitions, seminars, cultural workshops and training courses. Additionally, hosted the first forum for Arab Plastic Artists (women) as well as the first and second Forum for Arab Sculptors which included 9 Arab countries. And recently launched a section dedicated to showcasing small scale artworks, sculptures and art objects.

 



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