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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

 

2nd Annual Art Salon

July 13 – September 9, 2010

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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

 

4th Annual Art Salon

June 24- September 15, 2012


Reza Doust, Mohammed Abd Al Wahab, Abd El Wahab Al Awadi, Abdul Jaleel Al sharifi, Faysal Al Labi, Gahdaa Al Kandari, sinan Hussin, Omar Al Faiomi, Hamza Bounua, Abas Malek, Esam Darwsh, Samy Mohammed, Trots Maraud, Mohammed Omar Kalil, Enzo Manara, Mohamed Al Shaik Al Faarsi, Ibrahim Ismail, Afifa Al Labi, Nwaf Ahamlii, Mohammed Al Shibani, Hassn Mousaa, Jawad Boushahri, Rashed Diab, Ameen Al Bacha, Khazaal al Awd, Qasem Yaseen, Issa Saqer, Saadi Dawood, Raja Ravi Varma, Hasan Ali Ahmed, Nasser Nassan Agha, Mohamed Hafz, Dina Ali, Abdul Hameedd Al Rebah, Masooma Habeeb.

Afifa-Aleiby

Afifa Aleiby

3rd Annual Art Salon

July 12 – September 15, 2011

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Faisal Laibi Sahi

March 30 – April 25, 2010

Faisel-Laibi-Sahi

 

Faisel Laibi Sahi was born in 1954 Basra (Iraq)

Education:

1968 Diploma from the Institue of Fine arts, Baghdad (IRQ)
1971 Bachelor from the Academy of Fine Arts, Baghdad University, Baghdad (IRQ)
1981 Diploma From the School of fine Arts, Paris (FR)
1981 Diploma in Intensive Studies, Sorbonne University, Paris (FR)

Working Experience:

1992-2003 Publisher of “Al Mejrasha”, a satirical and critical newspaper
1988-1991 Painting and drawing teacher at the School of Fine Arts in Skidida (DZ)
Member of International Journalists Union, Iraqi Artists Society, Iraqi Journalists Union,
French Artists Union, Iraqi Intellectuals League (abroad), Iraqi Artists Society in United Kingdom.
Faisel worked for most major Iraqi publications in Baghdad. He has designed many book-covers, theatre stage-sets and wrote various articles about art, literature, politics and aesthetics.

Solo Exhibitions:

2010 Boushahri Gallery, Kuwait (KW)
2007 Constantine Between Light and Dark, Hall of Constantine City Theatre, Constantine (DZ)
Homage to Whom Who Gave me Life and Love, Al Mada 5th Festival, Arbil (IRQ)
Memories and Mirrors from Iraq, Old Market Hall, La Rochelle,
2006 Sadness and Dreams, Gallery Emeraude, Annaba (DZ)
2004 The Baghdad Café, Memories of My Youth, Rona Gallery, London (UK)
2003 You Are My Country-Iraq, Oriental Art Museum,Oslo (NO)
2002 Forty Years of Painting, Cultural Foundation, Abu Dhabi (UAE)
2001 Lovers’ Tales, NorreAlle Gallery, Copenhagen (DK)
1999 O’ My Country O’ Mesopotamia, sculpture, Kufa Gallery, London (UK)
1998 Arabian Nights, Multi Cultures Gallery, Potsdam (DE)
1997 Bader AlbudoorwaQamarAlzaman (Lovers’ Tales), Gallery 47, London (UK)
1992 Apocalypse of March, Gallery 4, London
1991 Once Upon a Time (Kan Yama Kan), Kufa Gallery, London
1987 Impressions, Palace of Culture, Annaba (DZ)
1986 Arabesque, Velca Gallery, Rome (IT)
1985 Love and War, Galleria Leonardo da Vinci, Rome (IT)
1984 Forbidden Fruits, Alef Gallery, Milan (IT)
1972 Women and the Poet, inspired by QifaNabki, a poem by the pre-islamic poet Imru
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1966 Studies, Cultural Directorate Gallery, Basra (IRQ)

Group Exhibitions:

1962-2008 Numerous collective exhibitions in Baghdad, Brussels, Beirut, Kuwait, Damascus, Manama, Paris, Rome, Milan, Florence, Ferrara, Barcelona, Copenhgen, Detroit, Chicago, Texas, Helsinki and Berlin

Lives and works in London (UK)