Here is where I archive some of my projects
El Cabina Mural
Alexandria, Egypt September 2015
The Great Court at the British Museum
London July 2015
Westminster Central Art and Design Library
London June 2014
Live drawing performance at Kuwait Marina, as part of the British Council’s GREAT British Week.
NAZIR TANBOULI at QUOZ Dubai
Public Art Engagement (Mural)
thejamjar takes part in QUOZ
23 November – 23 November 2013
Timing: 10am – 6pm
In collaboration with The Domino and British Council, London-based muralist Nazir Tanbouli will feature at thejamjar, presenting live art and interactive activities for visitors of all ages to participate in. The workshop is a continuation on the Art in the Public Realm project to encourage the presence of more public art in the UAE.
The Domino in collaboration with The British Council are hosting Artist Nazir Tanbouli in Dubai in 3 weeks for a 3 day hands on workshop at thejamjar.
Inviting emerging Artists in Dubai keen on painting, illustration, line and mural work to participate in this 3 day guided exploration with an accomplished London-based Artist.
To sign up contact email@example.com
Draw to Perform – A Three day symposium about Drawing Performance 5, 6 and 7 of December 2013
Participating artists: John Court, Tony Orrico, Michel Platnic, dolanbay, Michael Namkung, Vera Martins, Daniel Ben-Hur, Judith ann Braun, Stuart Brisley, Robert Luzar, Kimbal Quist Bumstead, Katrina Brown, Ram Samocha, Hannah Turner Wallis, Nazir Tanbouli, Sally Madge, Jane Grisewood, Carali McCall, Maryclare Foá, Birgitta Hosea, Diogo Pimentão.
On 5, 6 and 7 of December 2013 Arebyte Gallery and Performance Space will hold ‘Draw to Perform’, a three-day symposium curated by artist Ram Samocha. The symposium will concentrate on the connection between performance art and drawing and the relevance of drawing as a modern medium. The symposium includes video screenings, live drawing performances, talks and lectures by artists and art historians.
This symposium aims to promote the growing stream of live drawing performance, to distinguish it as a unique entity and allow it to rise from the eclectic, wider definition of performance art.
The twenty participating artists all consider their body of work to be fundamentally concerned with drawing, in that for them drawing connects elements of line, movement, space and time.
schedule to be posted
Performance Space – Unit 6 Hamlet Industrial Estate, 96 White Post Lane, Hackney Wick, London E9 5EN