until } reem algharabali’s photos
This was the main image used for promoting the event. The painting itself proved to be quite popular and found a really good home. The exhibition is up until February 22.
Months of work came to fruition last Wednesday with the opening of my latest show Until at the Contemporary Art Platform. It was a crazy night, a reunion of sorts. And what better way to share the event with those who couldn’t make it than with pictures. This first batch was taken by my very dear friend Reem Algharabali.
One of my best friends is photographed by another. This is Sarah and her artist husband Matt.
Joseph Fiannaca under Mistletoe. Joseph makes soft-scented, natural soaps among other sensual things.
Huddled in a corner. Unlike popular belief, they are NOT being punished.
My only picture with Azza, who manages CAP. I’ll need to get that remedied.
Lubna and Hamad. Did you taste her warm apple cider that night? Did you hear her sing?
Mona and Aseel.
Peter Duckett. Peter was my Spanish teacher at CAC (Cairo American College) way back in the late 80s. He flew to Kuwait from Bahrain to attend, which was a huge bonus!
Beautiful women, even when their eyes are closed.
My son Khaled, my brother Mohammed and my daughter Zainab. Love, love and love.
The very special Deema Al-Ghunaim. Deema was a great support and actually kickstarted the initial phase of the polyhedron display. I can’t wait to work with her again.
Peter, me and Wafa Rashed. Wafa is one of those people who holds a special place in my heart, despite the fact she’s off social media and I want her back.
CAP owner Amer Al-Huneidi with some guests.
I love this photo. I like how the two sets of women, one on the right and one on the left, mirror each other.
My niece Yasmeen and my daughter Zainab.
This is another shot that beautifully captures the relationship between my paintings and my guests.
Isn’t it wonderful when people grin big. Zeina Mokaddam from PH7 has a giggle with a friend.
A classic beauty, my dear friend and agent Noor Alzabin.
I called it ‘Mistletoe’, many were calling it ‘The Kiss’.
Ladies two and three dimensional.
Rania and Aiping.
There was a wide demographic. I’m glad there were younger kids there.
Reham Alsamerai matches my painting.
And finally the photographer herself: Reem Algharabali.