ArtServe 30th Anniversary 2020 Season Preview of exhibitions Saturday 10/12, 6-9pm. “Emerging Art From War-Torn Syria: War & Hope” curated by Tony Khawam in collaboration with ArtServe Fort Lauderdale / Miami. Participating Syrian artists are: Nizar Sabour, Bassem Dahdouh, Asma Fayoumi, Adnan Hamidah, Omran Younis, Reem Tarraf, Tony Khawam, Manhal Issa, Elias Ayoob, rami Sabour,Continue reading “Emerging Art From War-Torn Syria: War & Hope”
The paintings by several Syrian American and Syria’s artists reflect the highly accomplished work of the contemporary art scene in Syria today. Despite the recent war, Syrian artists have continued to create art and have produced some remarkable works. Brooklyn, NY Exhibition:Hosted by Dr. Nidal Isber and Kinana Khouri, Opening Reception, Friday September 27, 2019Continue reading “EMERGING ART FROM WAR-TORN SYRIA: WAR & HOPE”
Khawam Gallery presents four contemporary artists at Artexpo New York, April 19-22, 2018, Booth 716 The 40th anniversary of Artexpo NY is gearing up to be an unforgettable experience featuring world-class art, special events, and live entertainment. Join Khawam Gallery at Booth 716 for this unforgettable art experience.
The Cornell Museum invites you to attend a lecture by sculptor Jeff Whyman on February 23, 2018 4-6pm and a silent auction of 6 mid-size steel sculptures to benefit the Museum sculpture garden planned to open in 2019. Did you know that the steel used for the sculpture in front of the Cornell cameContinue reading “An Evening with Jeff Whyman – 2/24, 2018”
WEST PALM BEACH, Jan 3, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — KhawamGallery announces its participation in ArtPalmBeach 2018 Booth #N134 features 3 contemporary artists, Tony Khawam’s new collection, Aleppo Urban Landscapes, presents a semi-abstract vision of Syria’s war-torn cities. Jeff Whyman’s Planar abstract Steel Figures and Ceramics. Armenian-Lebanese Mkrtich Mazmanian’s abstract Figurative Sculptures in bronze and marble. Art Palm BeachContinue reading “Khawam Gallery at ArtPalmBeach, Florida, Jan 17-21, 2018”