An in-depth scene of a wider world gathered in one room. The artist attempts to create a living image of A young man programming a woman with a keyboard attached to electricity generated from outside of the room. The women’s shape is created out of newsletter collages which represent the meaning of gossip, propaganda and daily news that is trying to the idol the women standers into one perfect standard shape, standing naked facing a camera pointing to her body.Read More
When is the first recognition of the painting the eye will catch a terrifying seen about to happen!. the artist reflects two different personalities of herself facing each other, one of the two figures represent a bride who is seeking to defend herself from the other figure lady who is attempting to threaten her with a knife and ripe off her wedding dress, the bride stands intensely against the attacker actions pausing her knife and catching her hand.Read More
Art and movement workshop at Aljalila cultural center with Segni Mossi is a research project born from the meeting between Alessandro
Lumare (visual artist) and Simona Lobefaro (choreographer) in order to experience
the interaction between dance and graphic trace or, we can say, between marks
which act in the temporal dimension (such as those left by a dancing body) and the
traces that persist on a physical medium.
SYRIA.ART association, Art Represent and Galleria Gli Acrobati are proud to host “Splendida, Ardente” with works by Noor Bahjat and Yara Said. The exhibition will also feature an art video by Syrian artist Manhal Issa (Guest artist).
The two young artists from Damascus weave together personal experiences and critical thinking, leading us to reflect on the destructive nature of war and the “creative force” it unleashes.
Conflict redefines everything from social dynamics, to power structures, to ethics and gender identities, creating both solidarity and solitude. When living in a place and moment in history where beauty withdraws from the intimate and personal sphere to resist the daily-life that is brutalized by violence, the artistic experience, and its introspection could hold the key to a new reading of human relationships and ultimately, our evolution.
Two Man show By Noor Bahjat And Yara said in Galleria Gli Acrobati Turin ItalyRead More
“Syria Art Exhibition – Do Fish Get Ever Seasick?” is curated by Art Space DA:MDAA located in South Korea in partnership with SYRIA.ART.
Art Space DA:MDAA is devoted to representing cross-cultural arts and emerging artists worldwide.
Venue: Art Space DA:MDAA, 38-38 Gil, Dongkyo-ro, Yeonam-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea, 03982
Dates: September 09 – October 14, 2017
A’AROF workshop for young Syrian artist started March 9-13th 2017 as part of the Sharjah Art Biennial 2016/2017. TA’AROF is a workshop that provides a select group of young artists from Syria with a unique opportunity to both develop their capacities and artistic networks by visiting the Sharjah Art Biennial 13 Tamawuj, and attending workshop sessions relating to key aspects of their development and outreach by key curators and artists from the MENA region.Read More
Art appreciation at AlJalila cultural centre for children.
Had a great time with children of all ages Playing around with shapes and colors
he girl behind the canvas is a fashion graduation show from Esmond by the talented designer Jessica Barakat collaborated with artist Noor Bahjat Al-Massri, Both Syrians living in Dubai.Read More
There are a multitude of things flying and colliding in Noor Bahjat’shead that, if manifested as tangible bursts of pigment, patches of light or plaits and knits of intertwined color, her mind will resemble a riotous, vivid patchwork of endless quilt.Read More
showcasing a selection of paintings and mixed media collages, created during this period, at her “Young Artist in Residency Graduation Exhibition”. A recreation of her studio, featuring sketches, studies for paintings and earlier work, is also part of the exhibition.Read More