Tuğberk Selçuk

Posted by admin on March 06, 2017  /   no comment

Tuğberk Selçuk was born in Istanbul in 1986. After studying in the United States and Great Britain, he returned to Turkey and studied at the Department of Industrial Design at Yeditepe University with Aziz Sarıyer, who inspired and guided his development as a sculptor.

Read More

Besher Koshaji

Posted by admin on September 08, 2016  /   no comment

Besher Koshaji was born, and grew up, in Syria during the 1980s. In the wake of recent tragic events and Syria’s almost constantly tumultuous political situation Besher was forced to leave behind his home and his family in order to seek refuge in Jordan during 2012.

Read More

Patrick Altes

Posted by admin on February 01, 2016  /   no comment

Patrick Altes was born in Algeria of French and Spanish origins and, as a child, was part of the exodus towards France once Algeria achieved independence. Since then he has lived extensively in Ecuador, South America and, most recently, the United Kingdom.

Read More

Edward Akrout

Posted by admin on November 30, 2015  /   1 comment

Works Bio Press Swipe left or right to cycle through images Edward Akrout was born and raised in France from a Franco-British mother and a Tunisian father. He then lived in different countries, including Romania and throughout Latin America. He studied philosophy at The Sorbonne before attending Le Cours Florent in Paris for theatre, followed […]

Read More

Om Kalthoom Al-Alawi

Posted by admin on November 19, 2015  /   no comment

Om Kalthoom Majed Al-Alawi is an artist born in Al-Dammam, Saudi Arabia. Having acquired a Bachelor degree in Microbiology in 2007 at Al-Dammam University, she decided to follow it up with a Diploma in Visual Arts, achieving it just two years later, at the Arts and Skills Institute in Riyadh.

Read More

Rashwan Abdelbaki

Posted by admin on September 25, 2015  /   no comment

Being an organised and methodical artist, Abdelbaki keeps his studio as neat and ordered as possible. He detests chaos and finds it very cathartic to clean and completely reorganise his studio once he has completed a creation. This methodical aspect of his character is reflected in the clean unified colours of his backgrounds throughout his paintings, the focus is almost always on its main components and their emotions.

Read More

John Martono

Posted by admin on July 21, 2015  /   3 comments

John Martono is an artist from Bandung in Java, Indonesia. He is best known for his unique, swirling abstract paintings, which he creates using a unique blend of silk painting and hand embroidery. Martono holds a graduate degree in Art and is also currently studying a postgraduate degree. Over the years, Martono has become known around the world for being a leading textile designer. His focus on textile science and technique makes his works very unique and different to other artists’ out there. Martono is also dedicated to teaching others his craft and has built up many years of experience working as a textile lecturer at the Bandung Institute of Technology. Known as ‘Captain John’ to his students, he has inspired many to follow in his footsteps and master the complex craft of silk painting.

Read More

Marianne MarpLondon

Posted by admin on November 18, 2014  /   1 comment

Marianne MarpLondon is a visual artist who lives in-between two cultures, which she sees as a state of inter-being in itself – so it comes naturally to her to manoeuvre with ease in and out of these spaces. Not only does she find herself at home in this third space, but it also gives her a sense of belonging. When viewing her art, the observer will find a strong sense of anachronism that refigures and plays with the way we see and understand the world around us with a desire to push and challenge. Her work is driven by an insatiable curiosity and fuelled by an endless fascination with personal and social identities. This includes cross-cultural parallels, the space between modernity and tradition and the relationship between man and woman.

Read More

Anas Homsi

Posted by admin on August 19, 2014  /   no comment

Anas Homsi was born in Syria in 1987 and grew up in the city of Damascus. After having a passion for art from a young age, he went on to study and graduate from the faculty of Fine Arts in Damascus. Whereas many artists draw inspiration from their surroundings, Homsi’s paintings communicate little sense of specific place or time. Instead he tries to capture the atmosphere of a particular memory, rather than the moment itself.

Read More

Hend Al-Mansour

Posted by admin on November 25, 2013  /   no comment

The cross fertilization between the ancient and traditional, the contemporary challenges and a rapidly transforming aesthetic is central to Hend al-Mansour’s work. She has been exhibiting for ten years now both in small shows and with groups of artists and has shown in places such as Saudi Arabia and Minneapolis. The artist is also a Member of Tomouh, a group of leaders in various disciplines from the Gulf Countries Council; board Member of Arab-American Cultural Institute (AACI); founding member of Arab Artists in the Twin Cities (AATC) and also organizes and curates group shows for Muslim and Arab artists.

Read More
Lahd Gallery Ltd. Est. 2005, registered office 434 Finchley Road, London NW2 2HY
Company number 07328655 in England and Wales, VAT Number 206 6625 17
Designed and Hosted by COMPU-J
PayPal Acceptance Mark Wildcard SSL Certificates
Enquiry Form

Please fill in all fields

Full Name

Your Email

Your Message

×
Enquiry Form

Please fill in all fields

Full Name

Your Email

Name of Artwork

Your Message

×
Welcome to Lahd Gallery!

Pioneers in MENASA contemporary art

ebook_banner

Subscribe to our newsletter below!

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. By continuing to browse this website you are agreeing to the use of our cookies.
More Information on cookiesOur privacy policy

×