Nick Hannes exhibiting Garden of Delight at De Garage in Mechelen, Belgium

Nick Hannes is exhibiting his humorous and thought-provoking study of Dubai, the United Arab Emirates’ most ostentatious and brash member, at De Garage in Mechelen, Belgium. Garden of Delight will be on show from 15 December 2018 until 3 March 2019. To buy a copy of the book please go to the website of Uitgeverij Kannibaal.

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