Call For Artists in the Name of Peace

After the massive success of Peace One Day event which was held for the first time in the region and Kuwait last year, The Art Salon & Contemporary Art Platform announce the second edition of Peace One Day in September 2013 & call artists to take part of the peaceful festive! As announced in The…

When An Artwork is ‘Overrated’

A huge buzz was created awhile ago when Lebanese artist Zena el Khalil displayed her rotating 4-meter-tall sculpture “A’ Salaam Alaykum: Peace Be Upon You” – famous with ‘Allah Disco‘ in London ‘s latest art fairs ‘Art 13’ . The interactive sculptural installation displays the word “Allah” in Arabic letters, made of glass mirror tiles…

Glitter & Joy All The Way

It wasn’t the first time I attend an exhibition by Lebanese artist Nadim Karam, but certainly was the first time I see his paintings… As always, Karam exceeded my expectations. When Ayyam Gallery announced Karam’s solo exhibition ‘Shooting the Cloud’ to be the celebrating launch of Ayyam Gallery in London last January, it noted the show…