Posted on Jul 28, 2019

Artplex Gallery

New painting by Syrian artist Mohamad Khayata hanging in the gallery today!

Born in Damascus, Syria, Khayata was forced to flee his home country due to mounting conflict. His paintings convey an array of emotions, ranging from bliss and comfort to tension and uncertainty. Many of his paintings portray a sense of transience, which is all the more palpable when considering that Khayata's intimate work is a tribute to displaced people; mothers and workers, and to their daily life stories that, far from familiar surroundings, are filled with effort and hope.

There are even more beautiful details in person, so be sure to drop by!
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