Three emerging Qatari artists, Lulu M, Mubarak Al-Malik, and Masoud Al-Buloshi are exhibiting their work with Al Markhiya Gallery in a joint exhibition exploring identity and home.
Doha, Katara Art Center, Building 5
19 April – 31 May 2016
Lulu M is a self-taught painter who draws much inspiration from artists such as Lygia Clark, and experimenting with the pouring technique through an unusual medium, resin. Her abstract compositions express pure emotion through color and form. Find her at @LuluTheArtist
Mubarak Al-Malik is an interdisciplinary artist who works with paint and airbrushing. He is well known for his graffiti around Doha portraying traditional symbols like the majestic Arabian horse, the falcon and women in golden batoolas. Find him at @Mubarak1221
Masoud Al-Buloshi is one of the more established artists in the group since he had started painting in the early 90’s. His work ranges between realism and abstract, using various materials from charcoal to watercolors. Find him at @MasoudRashid
Info and images courtesy of Al Markhiya Gallery: al markhiya gallery was established with a mission to promote and represent a distinctive group of emerging and established Arab artists in Qatar, the region and throughout the world.