Chaled Res

Chaled Res

Chaled Res looks deep into the aesthetics of the Arabic script and its visual music without approaching the words themselves. He works away from the principles and rules of arts and design. Res considers the Arabic script a body that has its own shape, curvature, depth and height. To him, it is soft, compassionate and delicate. He looks beyond the script’s readable dimension to from its visual perspective.

Selected Previous Exhibitions:

Art Abu Dhabi • Salwa Zeidan Gallery • Abu Dhabi, 2020
8th Sharjah International Calligraphy Biennale • Sharjah, 2020
Eksan Gallery • Istanbul, 2017


Dima Mosleh

Dima Mosleh

Mosleh is an artist and designer from Jordan. She got her Bachelor’s Degree in visual arts and interior design from the University of Jordan. In her work, Dima aims to bridge and regain connections with people, nature and the essentials she feels are ignored in the hopes to find the identity that is somehow lost. She focuses on finding a better method of living and questioning every rule she is handed by the precedence to get out of the flock.

She participated in Amman Design Week’s 2019 edition with PLASTOMA, a project that won her Best Design for that year. Mosleh has previously worked as an art director and is currently an interior designer.

Previous Exhibitions:

بوح حنين جسد حميم • Aman Space • Amman, Jordan • 2020
Possibilities
• Amman Design Week • Amman, Jordan • 2019


Rama AlFarkh

Rama AlFarkh

Self-taught artist born in Amman 1997, Rama obtained a BA in Physics from The University of Jordan in 2019. Her earliest art experiences can be traced back to her childhood. She started her artistic career in 2015 and has participated in several group exhibitions. In 2019, she won the Rise Up contest in Amman. Through her characters, she studies the psychic and philosophic dimensions of contemporary human being, delving into concepts such as existence, being, becoming, and reality. Between the apparent and the hidden, she tends to highlight reality through the elements of her artwork.

راما الفرخ

ولدت في عمان عام 1997، حصلت راما على درجة البكالوريوس في الفيزياء من الجامعة الأردنية عام 2019. ترجع تجاربها الفنية الأولى إلى طفولتها، وبدأت مسيرتها الفنية عام 2015 حيث شاركت في عدة معارض جماعية. في عام 2019، فازت في مسابقة رايز أب في عمان

تدرس الفرخ من خلال شخصياتها الأبعاد النفسية والفلسفية للإنسان المعاصر، وتتعمق في مفاهيم مثل الكينونة والوجود والواقع. بين المعلن والمخفي، تميل إلى إبراز الواقع من خلال عناصر أعمالها الفنية

Exhibitions:

Being • Manara Arts & Culture • Jordan, 2020


Ali Almasri

Ali Almasri

Ali Almasri is a designer and multidisciplinary artist. His practices encompass experimentation with multiple media relating in particular to the Arabic culture. In 2014 he launched his own type foundry Abjad. He also co-founded Wajha, an independent social initiative that uses design and branding knowledge to help the community by offering design services free of charge. He currently resides in Amman to establish his own workshop and expand his type foundry. At the same time he’s interested in designing his own objects and products through utilising the Arabic letter as a form of identity in products such as furniture, ceramics, fabrics, tiles and others.


Rushdy Shadid

Rushdy Shadid

Rushdy Shadid is a Palestinian Digital Visual artist and Art director born and based in Kuwait. Art has always been his first love and playing with lines has become his favorite game. Lines are a way for him to transform his thoughts in a visual way. Rushdy’s inspiration comes from the strong feelings he gets from his personal and emotional experiences.

Exhibitions

The Human Experience • Dar Al Funoon, 2018


Islam Allam

Islam Allam

Islam Allam is a self-taught digital artist who lives and creates in Cairo, Egypt. Allam was attracted to the graphics field from an early age and utilized softwares to experiment, create and explore the digital world. Allam’s work is inspired by music and improvisation. By selecting random music, Allam is able to intently listen to the beat, rhythm, and structure of the music and translate that essence into a characterized digital portrait.

Exhibitions

QUARANTINE Exhibition • Athens, Greece, 2020
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Solo Video installation, South Dakota, USA, 2020
We Can See •
Virtual Exhibition, 2020
#StayHomeWithAllamThe Circa Project •
Virtual Exhibition, 2020
Not the Fucking Help
• Blank Space, 2019
VeniceLands ArtPrizeOne • Anonima Sognatori, 2019
The 4th PASA Festival • Bitglim, 2019
Erotica • Blank Space, 2019
Open Art • Curat10n, 2019
Artists of the World • Boitglim, 2019
Art in Quarantine • Wreading-Digits, 2020

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Yazan Setabouha

Yazan Setabouha

Jordanian artist and architect, Yazan Setabouha, works through lines, art installation, video, and performance. His minimalist approach to visual and performance art engages with the anthropology of language and emotion, excavating intimate processes of the mind, body, and soul. Collaborative works reclaim contexts and embodied histories obscured but evident in everyday rituals of life. Yazan’s phenomenologically informed practice attempts to interact and dwell with marginalized others, neglected ruins, and the emotionally uninhabited, consciously undergoing a process of repeated unlearning and resurrecting, in an attempt to capturing the intersections of the spirit and science.

Yazan participated in two solo and several group exhibitions in Amman, Berlin, and Prague.

 

Exhibitions

7 Artists • Zara Gallery, 2017
Relaunch • Bulbul, 2017
Entities • Bluefig, 2017
Metascape • JNGFA, 2017
Paper It • The Corner Space, 2019
Incantation of the Real • Kurzor Gallery, 2019
Lindt Runway • Jordan Fashion Week, 2019
Amma Fi Amman • Public, 2019
Caution! Slippery Grounds • ZK/U, 2019
Away from a State of Things • Darat Al Funun, 2019
Entrelacs • Paris, 2021


Wesam Shadid

Wesam Shadid

Wesam Shadid is a self-taught urban artist looking to implement his skills as an illustrator designer and graffiti artist in commercial design projects. 

His pieces include a bee and flower mural in Amman as part of Baladk Festival 2018, a woman’s face and calligraphy mural in Jerash, and a mural of half a face and half water in Irbid. He is making his way to having murals throughout Jordan.

Exhibitions

Exhibition • Zara Gallery, 2014