The Emirates Society of Fine Arts yesterday opened the “Youth Exhibition 2022” at its headquarters in the presence of Dr. Rafia Ghobashi, founder of the Museum of Women, Beit Museum of Creativity, Salem Al Junaib, president of the association, artist Kholoud. Al Jabri, Vice President of the Society, Dr. Noha Farani, Editor-in-Chief of Al Tashkeel Magazine and Artist Muhammad Al-Kassabi, Artist Khaled Al-Banna, Board Members and many more. artists and stakeholders, and the exhibition serves to support and nurture promising young talent and give them the opportunity to showcase their creativity.
Ten artists of different nationalities and artistic orientations will participate in the exhibition, after completing their work at the association’s headquarters for two months, within the scope of the project called: “Young Exhibition Project 2022”, under the guidance of the artist. Salem Al-Junaib, Association President and Artist Kholoud Al-Jabri, Vice President, Artist Alia Al-Attar, General Secretary, and Artist Saleh Shanbeh, Treasurer. Through the project, the association intended to provide an incubation environment and the necessary help to artists for their artistic training, since they carried out different forms of art that completely oscillated between various schools, such as abstraction, realism, impressionism and art. painting. and surrealism.
Dr. Rafia Ghobash expressed her joy at the association’s sponsorship of young people, exhibiting their work, holding exhibitions and accompanying them, and invited them to visit the “Beit Creativity” museum, through which she wants to sponsor and exhibit youth work. Pioneer works to support and encourage them.
For his part, the chairman of the board of directors of the society, artist Salem Al Junaibi, said: “The Emirates Fine Arts Society continues its original and serious work to support the arts movement in the UAE with new names. can be sight read and sight read. expresses a living reality as the community embraces this new exhibition for a distinguished group of young Emirati and Arab artists of both sexes.
Al-Junaibi continued: “With this exhibition, the association continues its serious initiatives to identify real talents, nurture them and support them by all means, so that new generations of artists emerge who can add their footprints to the Emirates plastic arena. . Arab and international art that shines thanks to the efforts of pioneers and generations of artists who have received full sponsorship and support from the wise leadership of our beloved country, which is always looking to a bright and pioneering future in all fields.”
Source: Al Ittihad