Stories of Eves Exhibition Photos|Mohammed Alkandari

And another opening passes by. I wish I could have enjoyed it more but I was (and still am) in the midst of nursing what feels like a stomach virus again. For someone who takes pleasure in food, that sucks. I hope, however, that for those of you who didn’t attend, you enjoy the photos taken last night by my brother, Mohammed. For those of you who were there, I thank you. It means a lot to me that you came.

the hills-rather hill (tilal)-are alive with the sound of eve

cupid’s bows

the gallery was haunted last night

drawing turkeys and telling fortunes

snip snap

i was here first



and everything in between

let there be light

me and a couple of men i bumped into with my skirt: latif amara and simon balsom

chatting ghosts

jana flitting past two women with a story

jana, simon and tareq


mai alnakib and her pretty dress

chitter chatter

i didn’t spend a good ten minutes trying to stick on a pair of false lashes for nothing. who’s the idiot who invented these upper eye wigs anyway?


…and coming

ah, family: jana, sarah, abdul-razzaq, ahmed, ghadah and puritan eve

i love this little boy. and i DO know him, he’s my nephew, abdul-razzaq

more chitter chatter


sarah, her father, son and brother-in-law

starting to space out

yasmine and her sister

what my paintings saw


fearsome two


like (love)

time to go home

10 Comments on “Stories of Eves Exhibition Photos|Mohammed Alkandari”

  1. Amazing exhibition,brilliant photography and great comments. I could feel the mood like I were there!
    you are a class of your own Ghadah… simply awesome!

  2. Not sure if it’s intentional but while you were showcasing your talent, someone was showcasing his. The photographs are just amazing.
    My personal favorite would be the one titled “mob”
    It’s sad but true.

    • For a few of my shows now, my brother has been one of my core and very reliable photographers! I always admired-and envied a little :)-his eye for objects and people. His photos also inspire ME to look at things differently and to try angles that I normally wouldn’t even think of.

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