Opening Monday, November 11, 2013 6-8pm
Born in 1967 in Tehran, Reza Abedini is an accomplished graphic designer, whose work combines modern and traditional themes with poetic typography and elegant layouts, exploring the beauty of the Persian language. As well as being a member of the AGI, Abedini has won dozens of national and international design awards. He currently lives in Lebanon where he teaches at the American University of Beirut. Tel:+ 965 22433138 Address: Al Watiah, Behbehani Compound, House n. 28 Opening Hours: 10am-1pm 4pm-8pm Sunday-Thursday, Friday and Saturday: by appointment
Jim Brown says
Dear Ms. Topalian,
In September or October, I visited your gallery with two of my friends while in Kuwait on business. At that time, among the several accomplished artists whose work you were displaying, were pieces by an Egyptian artist. His work hung on the back wall, as one walked down the side aisle. There was a pair, both dealing with the Arab Spring in Cairo. I was particularly interested in the one to the left. Not the one with the person with one eye, but the other one, of the revolutionary figure with the red and white head scarf.
I wondered if you could send me the name of the artist, the name of the piece of artwork, and, if you still have this piece, an electronic photo and the amount being asked for it?
I do not know if I will be able to afford it, but without asking, I would never know.
I am returning to Kuwait in March and hope to visit your gallery one again.