Public art and Installations
In a diverse society, all art cannot appeal to all people, nor should it be expected to do so. Art attracts attention; that is what it is supposed to do.
Public art is a part of our public history, part of our evolving culture and our collective memory. It reflects and reveals our society and adds meaning to our cities. As an artist, I try to reflect my inner vision to the outside world, and create a chronicle of our public experience.
Collaboration with Egyptian German development measure, the Participatory Development program in urban areas (PDP), to create a 65 x 50 feet mural with the objective of drawing the attention of the local community as well as the local authorities to the adverse impacts of climate change (specifically: Heat Stress).
CURRENT EXHIBITIONS Now Showing
ROYAL GALLERY Special Event
WELCOME TO 2017: AN EXCITING SEASON OF ART THAT REVOLTS AGAINST THE ESTABLISHMENT AND SEARCHES FOR RADICAL COMPASSION.
In 2017 we continue Royal Gallery’s 60-year legacy of mapping the dramatic changes of our world. From our mainstage, we create a space for interrogation, conversation and debate.