Sand Drawings: 1-4

Sand Drawings: 1-4

Lala Rukh

Lala Rukh’s art practice is intertwined with her lifelong commitments to teaching, activism and the classical music of South Asia, which span the past fifty years.

Saphir

Saphir

Zineb Sedira

Saphir (French for sapphire) evokes not only the pure maritime light typical of Algiers, but also those glimmers on the horizon that symbolise dreams and aspirations.

Saudi Automobile

Saudi Automobile

Sarah Abu Abdallah

In the video, Sarah Abu Abdallah is seen painting the shell of a wrecked car with light pink paint. This work also includes the wrecked car, painted pink.

Sculpture No. 1 (version II)

Sculpture No. 1 (version II)

Rasheed Araeen

Steel sculpture made of four steel pieces, reproduced by Sharjah Art Foundation for Rasheed Araeen: Before and After Minimalism.

Scultpure No. 2

Scultpure No. 2

Rasheed Araeen

Trained as a civil engineer, Araeen is best known for his formal, geometric sculptures often created from simple, sometimes industrial materials.

Self Portrait Series

Self Portrait Series

Tarek Al Ghoussein

Tarek Al Ghouseein was drawn to the apparent similarities between the Myth of Sisyphus and what he had observed to be a growing 'myth' generated through the Western media.

Semiha Berksoy: Various Works (1968)

Semiha Berksoy: Various Works (1968)

Chain Breaker (Self Portrait)
1968
Oil on hardboard
95 x 100 cm

Love Story (Self Portrait)
1968
Oil on hardboard
99 x 69 cm

Semiha Berksoy was a seminal figural in Turkey’s cultural scene. Hailing from an artistic family, she began her career as a performer, playing lead roles in several operas, films and theatres—including Turkey’s first professional opera production and its first sound film. Despite having painted from an early age, it was only later in life that painting stopped being a private affair.

Session

Session

Nevin Aladag

Session is a video triptych shot in Sharjah’s urban areas and desert.

Shahrazad

Shahrazad

Rashid Masharawi

Shahrazad is an experimental video work that explores the sensations of waiting and feeling trapped in a stagnant, cyclical routine, both of which are considered characteristic elements of the Palestinian situation.

Sharjah Blues

Sharjah Blues

Rasheed Araeen

Commissioned by Sharjah Art Foundation, Sharjah Blues is a geometric sculpture created from steel and metallic paint.

Sound cells: FRIDAYS

Sound cells: FRIDAYS

Magdi Mostafa

Sound cells : FRIDAYS, the second installation in Magdi Mostafa’s '(sound cells)' series, is an abstract evocation of the artist’s Cairo neighbourhood, Ardellawa, as heard on Fridays – a day of prayer, but also a day of household chores and cleaning.

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