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40 MINUS VOLUME 3 PART 3

 

28 May - 23 June 2012

Featuring works by:

Ebtissam Al-Saffar
Hessa Kalla
Mubarak Al-Malek
Muna Bujassoum
Talal Al Qasemi

Muna Bujassoum, whose works in Al-Markhiya Gallery, deal with the Gulf heritage (folk traditional dress, weddings, and events in the Gulf, such as playing the tambourine, drum, trumpet… etc.), as well as cases of preparing the bride for special occasions. It also deals with the art of skilled embroidery and sewing among women.

Ebtisam Al-Saffar, in her paintings, she deals with women and their social relationships, as well as the psychological state of women, including the tension that appears in the features of the faces, as well as in describing the nature of the state of anxiety resulting from the expressiveness of the faces, which is the formation of the material affecting that surface, and the line is adjacent to the material of the place with a color texture that matches the drawn shape

Ebtessam Al Saffar (Qatar)
Untitled
Acrylic on canvas
50 x 50 cm

Ebtessam Al Saffar (Qatar)
Untitled
Acrylic on canvas
50 x 50 cm

Hessa Kalla (Qatar)
Untitled
Mixed media on canvas
150 x 100 cm

Hessa Kalla (Qatar)
Untitled
Mixed media on canvas
100 x 100 cm

Mubarak Al Malek (Qatar)
Untitled
Clay
H: 30 cm

Mubarak Al Malek (Qatar)
Untitled
Clay
H: 35 cm

Muna Bojassom (Qatar)
Untitled
Mixed media on canvas
130 x 85 cm

Muna Bojassom (Qatar)
Untitled
Mixed media on canvas
130 x 85 cm

Talal Al Qasmi (Qatar)
Untitled
Clay
18 x 13 cm

Talal Al Qasmi (Qatar)
Untitled
Clay
17 x 13 cm