KHALEEJI REINTERPRETED: A CHARITY EXHIBITION
June 4, 2014
“Khaleeji Reinterpreted” is a charity art exhibit celebrating 5 years of Khaleejesque
What does it mean to be Khaleeji today? A question so many of us keep asking ourselves. Aiming to showcase the essence of our contemporary Khaleeji culture through the different perspectives of artists living in the Middle East, the charity art exhibit highlights curated artworks, installations and visuals from different local and regional creatives and artists.
“Khaleeji Reinterpreted” is a charity art exhibit that aims to support @Markaz21, a charity in Kuwait that provides basic services for individuals with mental and physical disabilities over the age of 21. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of artworks will go to Markaz 21’s mission.
Kuwait: Jassim Al Saddah, Abdullla Al Awadhi, Mubarac Al Sabah, Riham Al Reshaid, Mohammad Al Kouh and Sager Al Yaseen.
Saudi Arabia: Heba Farahat, Yusef Al Ahmad, Bayan Abdullateef.
Bahrain: Jenine Sharabi
UAE: Ola Dajani