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5th Annual Art Salon

June 29 – September 25, 2013

Sami Mohammed, Ibrahim Ismail, Khazaal Al Qaffas, Fadhel Al Abbar, Hameed Khazaal, Thuraya Al Baqsami, Hamza Bounoua, Hassan Kamel, Enzo Manara, Fateh Al Moudarres, Alfredo Palmero, Faisal Laibi Sahi, Afifa Aleiby, Sabhan Adam, Rashid Diab, Boutros Al Maari, Samar Al Rashed Al Bader, Yvette Ohanian, Yogenia Zohri, Edwar Shahda, Nazeer Esmael, Mohammed Abdulla Otaybi, Mohammed Abdul Wahab, Eslam Kamel, Abdul Jaleel Al Shereefi, Mohammed Al Moghraby, Abdul Hammeed Al Rebah, Fakhri Ibrahim, Masooma Habeeb, Nasser Nassan Agha, Ezmeralda Hadad and Heba Salem.

Thuraya Al Baqsami

Thuraya Al Baqsami

Boutros Al Maari

Boutros Al Maari

 

6th Annual Art Salon

June 17 – September 7, 2014

Fatima El Hajj, Ahmad Moualla, Afifa Aleiby, Faisal Laibi, Rashid Diab, Mahmoud Maghrabi, Mohammad Tirawi, Adly Rizkallah, Amine El Bacha, Nasir Naasan Agha, Abdul Jalil Sharifi, Shabnam Husain, Sinan Hussain, Edwar Shahda, Ahmed Al Kassar, Ibrahim Ismail, Masoumeh Habib, Ibrahim Avocato, Alfredo Palmero, Margaret Graham, Debbie Reeve, Aline Khabbazi, Alpar Lorand, Sahin Paksoy, Heba Salem, Walid Hussienieh and Nazeer Esmael.

Mahmoud Maghrabi

Mahmoud Maghrabi

Masoumeh Habib

Masoumeh Habib

 

Alfredo Palmero

November 12 – 30 , 2012

Alfredo-Palmero

Alfredo Palmero is the third generation of a lineage of artists that began with his grandfather, the Maestro Palmero, with whom he shares name and devotion for painting. From his grandfather he learned the academic background and composition to develop a realistic style.
His evolution as an artist is marked by figurative painters like Picasso, Klee and Velázquez rather than others styles or trends.
Alfredo’s Harlequins are famous as a metaphor for the artist himself and clear homage to the
Picassiana avantgarde. The series Meninas inspired by Velazquez, are in fact the exaltation of women and nature-mother-earth as the origin of life.
Palmero gives his characters that challenge the viewer looks, figures that are part of surreal
environments. Starting from the academic drawing, putting together tradition and modernity in the works of Alfredo Palmero can see a great artistic maturity fruit of ceaseless work and research, most notably the treatment of light and colour.