I posted about that earlier and I was dying to go there! I finally found sometime to go and check it out. In a nutshell, it’s magnificent! It was nearly empty so I enjoyed having a long detailed look in each one of the pieces, I love Arabic calligraphy so I was in heaven.
There are 3 pieces from this work in three different colors. I liked it since I like embroidery, but I didn’t like that there are 3 pieces of it. One would make it more unique and special.
I really enjoyed looking at this one. Unfortunately, it was covered with glass, so taking a close clear picture was almost impossible. I wanted to depict the golden inscriptions and designs. I found it unique, mysterious, yet familiar.
Babel, 2010. Acrylic on Canvas 170 x 170 By: Katya Traboulsi
Remind me of Picso. I like the colors, and the the way it represents diversity and political issues. The Arabic words were strangely unclear, which I believe on purpose for some reason. Click here for the artist’s website.
A collage of colors, drawings, and material. I would simply describe it as a mixture of emotions.
No comment. Was the most expensive work in the gallary.
This and another three similar pieces just take me back to the Safavid period. More interesting if watched closely.
Next is a collection of photographs with creative frames, and assemblages.
One of the most interesting art galleries that I have ever been to. It is still open until Dec 10th. Click here for official website and directions.