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Nadim Abbas Limited Edition Lightbox - Niagra Falls 02

Nadim Abbas Limited Edition Lightbox - Niagra Falls 02

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Faux is delighted to present a unique collection of limited edition Lightboxes by Nadim Abbas

Nadim Abbas (born 1980, Hong Kong) is a Hong Kong installation artist.

Abbas received his BFA from London's Chelsea College of Art & Design and MPhil from the University of Hong Kong Department of Comparative Literature. He teaches at the City University Hong Kong School of Creative Media and the Hong Kong Art School/ RMIT University.

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