Hamad & Ali


Connect to Disconnect to Connect in Dar Al Funoon Kuwait

Thank you everybody for coming to our show in Dar Al Funoon.

We enjoyed your presence, your comments and discussions so very much. We hope that you liked the work and got inspired to connect or disconnect or reconnect with yourself, your family and friends.

Communication is key so try to communicate anywhere anyhow.

 

Hamad & Ali

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Connect to Disconnect to Connect
November 12, 2011, 1:26 pm
Filed under: Art Kuwait, art work, CONNECT TO DISCONNECT TO CONNECT, Exhibitions

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Hamad Saab & Ali Sultan Invitation



Connect to Disconnect to Connect

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Disconnection from someone or something does not necessarily mean closing all channels.

Sometimes, we tend to disconnect to connect with a thought, an idea or simply with ourselves. Connection becomes an essence to our life. We need water, electricity, telephone, internet and so many more connections. People find networking and socializing (connect) through social media. Are they really connecting though?

 

Books and script are meant to connect us to our history, but in an era where we are supposed to be connected everywhere, constantly, how is it that we are losing the connection to our emotions, traditions and ultimately the essence of ourselves?

 

In our world, consumption and appearance seem to overtake our scope of thinking. Would disconnection from material things or an image mean to disconnect from the world? On the other hand, a connection to something or someone can also open the door to connecting to yourself, to your own identity.

 

So how much do we need to disconnect to connect or how much do we need to connect to disconnect?



New Show
October 3, 2011, 9:45 am
Filed under: Uncategorized

Our new show is coming together very nicely, End of October we will show our latest work at Dar Al Funoon Kuwait. Fingers crossed everything works out well 🙂



Thank you What’s On Guide London
May 19, 2011, 1:04 pm
Filed under: Exhibitions, General, H&A news, international, Lahd Gallery, Press

26th May 2011 –7th July 2011

Lahd Gallery is proud to announce the premier of our first pop art exhibition featuring Kuwaiti Pop art duo, Hamad Al Saab and Ali Sultan. Presenting the Arab culture and history through their own contemporary vision, both Hamad & Ali believe that although pop icons around the world have transcended their time to become symbols of popular heritage and national pride, their works will reflect Arab culture in a modern and internationally accessible way.

Read more at whats on guide



Thank you Chailah
May 19, 2011, 12:57 pm
Filed under: Art Kuwait, Exhibitions, General, H&A news, Lahd Gallery, Press

POP ICONS By Hamad Al Saab & Ali Sultan goes to LONDON

After the great success of Reminiscing of Kuwait 2 – a tale of a country the great artists decided to take their vision across the see all the way to the UK in London with new art work and the idea that we know them from Pop arted Arabic icons

Read more at chailah.com



Thank you Art Rabbit
May 19, 2011, 12:54 pm
Filed under: art work, General, H&A news, international, Lahd Gallery, Press

Hamad & Ali: Pop Icons

Lahd Gallery is proud to announce the premier of our first pop art exhibition featuring a Kuwaiti Pop art duo, Hamad Al Saab and Ali Sultan. Presenting the Arab culture and history through their own contemporary vision, both Hamad & Ali believe that although pop icons around the world have transcended their time to become symbols of popular heritage and national pride, their works will reflect Arab culture in a modern and internationally accessible way.
Pop art has crossed all boundaries across all nations and cultures to produce many of the twentieth century iconic images. We are all too familiar with the expression “15 minutes of fame”, a short –lived, often ephemeral phenomenon. Because popular culture is something that almost everyone can identify readily with these days, this medium has arguably become one of the most effective means of communication.

Read more at ArtRabbit