Exhibition from Palestinian artist Haela Alwaary to go on display at Art Centre

The showcase will run from February 5 until February 15

Exhibition from Palestinian artist Haela Alwaary to go on display at Art Centre

Palestinian artist Haela Alwaary is set to open a solo exhibition at the Art Centre tomorrow (February 5).

Inspiration of the Characters will open at 7pm and is set to run until February 15.

Speaking of her new exhibition, she said, “As I mark the starting point and imagine what the end result may look like, the size and movements of these characters begin to take shape in a thrilling multicoloured drama.

“The characters engage and converse with one another calmly in some instances and animatedly in others about things, even I’m not aware of. It could be a quiet romantic conversation that imposes itself, or a bustling world full of life.

“This interplay between silence, noise and disclosure is where my characters and I meet. After all, these characters which were formed in the folds and corners of my paintings bring back a sense of balance to the soul.”

Entry to the exhibition is free.
Free. Sat-Thu 9am-8pm; Fri 4pm-8pm. Art Centre, next to the Bahrain National Museum, Manama (1729 8777).

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