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Syria.Art Photo 2018-04-18 09:08

Attention!
To our beloved Syrian artists, please send us your last artworks from 2016 up till now with your new biographies so we can update your albums in the association archive, to the following email: Syria-art@outlook.com

For any questions, please write us to the Facebook pag...

Syria.Art - Syria.Art 2018-04-17 12:10

Syrian artist Haitham Shoaib - Born in 1982 in Jaramana, Damascus, Syria.

Syrian sculptor Haitham Shoaib takes this animal as the subject of his sculptures. The artist – who co-owns the Damascus foundry where many prominent Syrian sculptors, Houmam Alsayed and Fadi Yazigi among them, ta...

Syria.Art - Syria.Art 2018-04-16 12:07

Syrian Artist Maher Al Baroudi - Born in Damascus, Syria. Maher Al Baroudi has been living in France since 1980 and has been Professor of sculpture and drawing at the Emile Cohl Superior School of Arts, Lyon (France), since 1996.

- 1979 Graduated of Damascus Art Faculty (Syria).
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