Talal Al Zeid (b. 1981) is an artist from Ha’il. He grew up in Europe, where he began his career in graffiti art.
Talal Al Zeid (b. 1981) is an artist from Ha'il. He grew up in Europe and was immersed in hip-hop during the early 1990s, which marked the beginning of his career in graffiti art. He then moved to the US to pursue his higher education, and upon graduation he set up his studio in Riyadh where he currently lives and works.
The artist has exhibited his works at Abu Dhabi Art Fair, Art Curial in Paris, Scope Basel, Vienna Art Fair and more. Select works are public display at the British Council, London; Ithra, Dahran; and Yas Island, Abu Dhabi. He has also collaborated on projects with global brands such as Adidas, American Express, GAP, Red Bull and REISS.
Dan Flavin (1933 – 1996) studied for the priesthood for a brief period of time before enlisting in the United States Air Force. Upon his return to New York he studied art history at the New School for Social Research and took drawing and painting classes at Columbia University.SEE ARTIST
Julio Le Parc
Julio Le Parc (b. 1928) took night classes at the School of Fine Arts in the 1940s, while working by day, later becoming involved in Argentina’s avant-garde artistic movements: Arte Concreto-Invención and Spazialismo, inspired by Lucio Fontana, one of his professors at the fine arts school.SEE ARTIST
Sarah Abu Abdallah
Sarah Abu Abdallah’s (b.1990) work challenges the impossible by piecing together improbable elements and connections as a gesture of hope and outlet for new narratives through video, installation, poetry, images and conversations.SEE ARTIST
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