12th January 2012 - 7th March 2012
Lahd Gallery is proud to announce the premiere of Khaled Akil: The Unmentioned, its latest exhibition exploring the social, political, sexual and religious issues facing Syria.
Running for eight weeks from 12th January 2012, Khaled Akil: The Unmentioned is an exciting collection of the Syrian artist’s unique hybrid of photography and paint techniques. The final product is a digital image made up of layers of ancient religious Arabic scripts and symbols combined with photography depicting Akil’s take on the challenges in Middle Eastern society currently.
Khaled Akil is a self-taught artist who is exhibiting in the UK for the first time. He uses social, political, sexual, and most prominently, religious issues as subject matter for his works. His perspectives are influenced by his passion for politics and human rights underlined by his academic studies.
Tuesday –Friday: 10am –6pm
Saturday: 10am –4pm
Address: 92 Heath Street, London NW3 1DP
Tel: +44 (0)207 435 7323
11th October 2012 – 12th December 2012
Lahd Gallery is delighted to present to you the England born Moroccan artist Wadia Boutaba in a Moroccan Art Feast. Colours and motifs galore will be on show, “full of colour”- the name she specifically uses to refer to her paintings to depict her roots and represent the…Continue
Posted on October 17, 2012 at 15:32
20th October 2011 –14th December 2011
Lahd Gallery, London - the foremost venue for contemporary Middle Eastern and North African Art – is announcing an innovative exhibition showcasing a range of unique and modern perspectives on the ancient Arabic script with works from France, Pakistan, Malaysia, India and Oman. Launching on October 20th, ‘The Art of the…Continue
Posted on December 16, 2011 at 14:25