Local photographer Bader Al Rajhi abstracts reality through his lens
It was February 2016 when local abstract, minimalist and street photographer Bader Al Rajhi first discovered our publication. The February cover featured a soulful capture of a beautiful corner in Kuwait’s Al-Mu
Simeen Farhat has a knack for twisting simple words into interesting shapes and splashes of colors, to create her signature art style.
“Words – written or spoken, understood or misunderstood, poetic or prosaic, curvilinear or rectilinear, are what motivate me to create my visual narrative”
There is something deeply intriguing about Simee
There is an aspect of mystery, rhythm and enigma about his perfectly choreographed oeuvre. Overstepping the mundane and the predictable, the beauty of oil colors on aluminium adds a tactile sensuousness to his hyp
Mouteea Murad brings his own brand of abstraction to the Ayyam Gallery, Beirut
Aside from representation itself – landscape, portrait, still life, and so forth – geometrical figures have long been favored by artists. Geometrical abstraction has seeped into such European art movements as