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O Blessed Tigris Design, Mixed Media, Sculpture, Glass Sculpture, Art

O Blessed Tigris | Barjeel Art Foundation

Nice piece of contemporary Islamic art. On the linked page is also a nice blurred photo if it rocking left and right.

‘Passages//Toroq’ by Sherin Guirguis

The Third Line is pleased to present Sherin Guirguis’ first solo show in Dubai. Sherin investigates post-colonial themes of political, cultural and social dogma within the framework of the Egyptian diaspora, both in the public and private spheres. Delving deep into the building blocks of culture and identity, specifically from the approach of a diaspora artist, she presents her interpretation of what it means to be defined by the transformative events of the moment.

Light French Gray paint color SW 0055 by Sherwin-Williams. View interior and ext. Light French Gray paint color SW 0055 by Sherwin-Williams. View interior and exterior paint colors and color palettes. Get design inspiration for painting projects.

18 Life-Changing Hacks for Curly Hair

Define your waves, eliminate dry ends, prevent frizz, and basically work magic.

Untitled - Mahmoud Obaidi Art, Sumerian, Fine Art

Untitled - Mahmoud Obaidi

Ayad Alkadhi (Iraqi, b. Title: I am Baghdad (Shi'i and Sunni) I, 2014

Ayad Alkadhi

View Ayad Alkadhi’s artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. Learn about the artist and see available works for sale.

Shepard Fairey - Peace Mujer Canvas #shepardfairey #jonathanlevinegallery Arabic Art, National Portrait Gallery, Shepard Fairey, Painting, Art, Print Artist, Artwork Images, Street Art, Institute Of Contemporary Art

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Shepard Fairey was born in 1970, in Charleston, South Carolina, and currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California. He received a BA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1991. In 1989, Fairey launched an ambitious campaign of stickers and posters featuring a stenciled image of the wrestler Andre the Giant. In the... read more

Female Spirituality Photographed: Interview with Maïmouna Guerresi

Female Spirituality Photographed: Interview with Maïmouna Guerresi

Born in Italy in 1951, Maïmouna Guerresi is a photographer, sculptor and video artist. After having travelled to several different…

Past fair booth featuring works by Maïmouna Guerresi, Jean-Claude Moschetti, Jim Chuchu, ruby onyinyechi amanze, Ayana V. Jackson and Clay Apenouvon at Mariane Ibrahim Gallery Contemporary African Art Fair London 2015 Oct – 2015

Female Spirituality Photographed: Interview with Maïmouna Guerresi

Born in Italy in 1951, Maïmouna Guerresi is a photographer, sculptor and video artist. After having travelled to several different…

Those you invoke besides Allah will never create (as much as) a fly Beautiful Lettering, Beautiful Calligraphy, Islamic Art Calligraphy, History Of Calligraphy, Calligraphy, Art, Animal Posters, Islamic Calligraphy, Typography Art

Quran calligraphy in the shape of a fly – 22:73

Those you invoke besides Allah will never create (as much as) a fly (22:73)

"The World I Love the Most" by artist Ghada Amer inside a hall that is hosting a pre-opening exhibition which introduces the future Guggenheim Abu Dhabi's collection, in Saadiyat Island on November 2014 © Karim Sahib - AFP

Abu Dhabi unveils artwork acquired for its Guggenheim

The Gulf emirate of Abu Dhabi offered a peek Sunday of several artworks that will be displayed at its Guggenheim museum, set to open in 2017.

TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY WISSAM KEYROUZVisitors walk inside an art installation by Yayoi Kusama titled "Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life" at a pre-opening exhibition titled "Seeing Through Light Selection from the Guggenheim Abu

Abu Dhabi unveils artwork acquired for its Guggenheim

The Gulf emirate of Abu Dhabi offered a peek Sunday of several artworks that will be displayed at its Guggenheim museum, set to open in 2017.

Naomi Kizhner is an industrial designer who has seen the dark side of humanity’s future, and is preparing for a future without electricity by creating unusual pieces of invasive jewelry meant to harvest kinetic energy from the human body.

Intricate jewellery pieces harvest energy from wearers

Energy Addicts is a concept series of implantable jewellery that harvests energy from our bodily functions

Women attend a Parkour class in an underground gym in Iran. Parkour is getting popular among Iranian women, although they are being hassled by police when they practice outdoors.

Most art forms in Iran are heavily censored. So many artists chose to perform underground

Because of Iran's strict censorship rules on most art forms, artists in Tehran have gone underground to pursue their passions.