The exhibition presented at gallery Waltman is a collection of images that revolve around the Dubailand project and have it as their backbone at the same time. Dubailand closely tracks some of the symbols that reference the action of man and his relationship with the environment of the city of Dubai. It aims to generate a faraway look through these signs: a global vision, extensible to decipher social and ideological evidences of some of our habits and generational concerns.
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