One of the exhibitions I visited last Sunday was one of Kuwait’s veteran artists’, AbdelRida Baqer. If you like muted, neutral colors, bold yet understated brush strokes and lots of movement, then I think you might like this show. It’s up until May 3rd at Gallery Tilal.
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. Read More
I decided for my March exhibition at Gallery Tilal to continue my Stories of Eves series. I just feel like I haven’t explored the subject to my fullest capacity (in other words, I’m still not bored with it). And in light of some personal current events, there is still so much I want to say about the subject of Eve as a woman (no matter how cliched it might sound). Read More