From this work locks together geometry, faith and beauty, pushing the boundaries of what we know, how we know it and how it is perceived.
|Material:||Ink on paper|
|Edition:||19 out of 20|
|Shipping from:||Saudi Arabia|
Lulwah Al Hamoud is a Saudi Arabian artist whose work focuses on the intersection between Arabic calligraphy, mathematics, spirituality, and universality. Al Hamoud received the RAWABI prize for fostering cultural ties between UK and KSA in London 2020. Her work is among the permanent collection of international museums such as LACMA, Los Angeles County Museum, USA, The British Museum, UK, Five Continents Museum, Germany, Jeju Museum, Korea and The Green Box Museum, Holland. She represented Saudi Arabia at The London Design Biennial in 2018 and at The Hermitage Museum in Russia with other international artists in 2019. Al Homoud’s work was also sold through auction houses such as Sotheby’s, Christies and Bonham’s. Lulwah had 9 solo exhibitions during her career and her work has been featured in a plethora of art fairs. Lulwah is the founder of LAHAF Art Foundation based in Riyadh.