Attention art enthusiasts, culture lovers and contemporary art collectors: this coming December, VC ART founded by Vanessa H Clark is delighted to present ‘Beirut: Love. Hate.’ – a solo art show for a talented Lebanese artist Nayla Kai Saroufim. Vanessa Clark is bringing Beirut to London through a unique show that is an exploration of the work of up-and coming Lebanese artist Nayla Kai Saroufim. “Beirut. Love. Hate.” Will take place at London Graffik gallery from December 2nd – 7 th.
In a guiltless search for happiness, “Chronicle”, a collective exhibition of three emerging artists from Lebanon, Paula Chahine, Nayla Kai Saroufim and Marcel Rached, curated by Singapore’sSana Gallery, tells a beautiful story about dialogues;
Between the Middle East and the rest of the world;
Men and women;
People and the sea;
Children and parents;
Machines and us;
“Chronicle” is a commentary on our day and age of silent, loud, spiritual, material, overt, covert, direct and indirect connectedness and communication.
The three artists use different techniques, ranging from pop art combined with mixed media, acrylic on canvas and photography. Their fresh approaches combine lush layers of paint, ink, airbrush, watercolors, glow in the dark paint, LED lights and photography.
For two whole months art lovers in Singapore will be able to experience different dialogues at an exhibition aptly named “Chronicle”; an intriguing dialogue between the Middle East and the rest of the world.