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We chose that our steps start from the past, because our strength is extended from our ancient heritage.

Organized by the Misk Art Institute, Brace digital exhibition introduces 4 Saudi Art pioneers and some of their greatest art pieces in a digital form.

The exhibition includes artworks by: Abdullah Hammas , Mohamed AlSaleem , Safeya BinZagr , and Taha Sabban.

Brace exhibition intends to embrace the Art history of Saudi Arabia and reflect it’s magic to the public and to introduce the Saudi Art pioneers to the visitors, it intends to embrace the Art history of Saudi Arabia and reflect it’s magic to the public.


Artworks by: Abdullah Hammas
Born in 1953, The Artist follows the Abstract & symbolism art school. In his artworks he covers a topic about the southern lands of Saudi Arabia. 
His artworks tend to have very bright colors and he uses Acrylic on Mixed media in most of his Artworks. 

Artworks by: Safeya BinZager 
Born in 1940, The Artist follows the Realism art school. In her artworks she cover topics about women’s life and the surrounding environment of Jeddah. She uses Oil on Canvas. 

Artworks by: Taha Sabban 
Born in 1948, The Artist follows the Abstract art school. In his artworks he covers a topic about the western lands of Saudi Arabia. 
He reflects the life of Jeddah at night and it’s sea views.
His artworks tend to have both his favorite colors Blue & Orange and he uses Oil on Canvas in most of his Artworks.

Artworks by: Mohamed Alsaleem 
Born in 1939, The Artist follows the Abstract school the severity of these lines is softened by a muted colour palette. Reminiscent of distant desert dunes horizon, it is the fluidity of these linear, horizontal movements that seem to almost expose his composition wide open a characteristic of many of his works. In his artworks he covers a topic about the desert. 
he uses Acrylic on Canvas in most of his Artworks.

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