MENART, a new boutique art fair devoted to showcasing Middle East and North African works, is launching next month in Paris. Scheduled to take place between May 27-30, MENART will feature work from 22 participating galleries hailing from over 13 different countries.
Artists on show at the MENART Fair
Represented by Riyadh’s Mono Gallery, Al-Homoud is a pioneer in Saudi Arabia’s contemporary art movement. The award-winning artist is best known for her abstract work that draws together elements of language and Islamic art.
A Syrian-American poet, essayist and visual artist. Adnan will showcase her 2016 painting “White Light.” The work will be available for purchase through Galleria Continua, which represents the artist.
The Moroccan painter is showcasing his work at La Galerie 38’s booth.
Born in Tunisia, the artist lives and works between Paris and Tunis. The artist, who is represented by El-Marsa Gallery, is known for his paintings and drawings that evoke the existence lived by people he encounters in his daily life.
Represented by Galerie Tanit, Fattal is a Lebanese-American multi-media artist. Her work includes sculpture, non-figurative ceramic forms, paintings and collages.
The Jordanian painter is revered for his portraits and landscapes that utilize monochromatic shades of mainly charcoal as a medium.