Movements in Adagio - Extended by Popular Demand to July 29, 2007

Gallery Hours and Access
The gallery hours differ from the museum schedule. While the museum may be closed,
the gallery can be accessed through the 65 Main Street entrance.

The following schedule is in effect during the month of July:
- The Gallery is closed from July 1 to July 4.
- From July 5 to July 18 the gallery will be open Monday to Friday from 10 a.m to 5 p.m.
- Regular gallery hours will resume on July 19 as following:
Thursday evenings 6:00 - 9:00 PM,
Friday and Sunday afternoons 1:00-5:00 PM,
Saturday 10AM-2PM

“Movements in Adagio” - A project, in search for reality, or the lack of it in a dreamlike world. (Click here for online gallery)

 Click here to go to   For more than 25 years during his professional career as a photographer, Naveed Nour, an international artist, who now calls Metro Boston his home, has lived, traveled and photographed in North America, Europe and the Middle East . “Movements in Adagio” is an exhibit that emphasizes on the metamorphosis of an artist who went from straight black & white photography to celebrate art the way Impressionists were doing it in the early 1900's. This collection will take you through the creative mind of the artist who embraced color in his recent work after ignoring it for more than 20 years, to explore the difference between dream and reality, which according to him are the same, once the moment has passed and all that remains is just a memory. He asserts that the only element that can separate the two is the existence of a proof of reality. A photograph is the perfect evidence and can help to eternalize an experience no matter how insignificant it was.

The Armenian Library & Museum of America (ALMA)

Contemporary Art Gallery (3 rd floor) (Wheelchair Access)

65 Main Street , Watertown , MA 02472 617.926.ALMA (2562).








Naveed Nour Photography ©1985-2007