Hazem Sannib (Arabic: حازم صنيب; conceived September 16, 1976; Kuwait) is a Syrian painter and picture taker of Lebanese drop. He is the innovative chief and originator of Sannib Arts and The Kavli Advertising Ltd in Kuwait. Sannib is known for making the Dreamalism development, another workmanship idea and contemporary canvases utilizing oil and acrylic tones.
1 Life and work
2 Selected presentations
4 External connections
Life and work
Sannib is a Syrian contemporary craftsman of Lebanese drop who is right now living in London. Sannib began painting at 10 years old with no earlier exercise nor method. From 1997 to 1998, he took his first metaphorical and theoretical work of art exercises with Syrian painter Fared Jorgeuos. Sannib took an interest in his first workmanship presentation in 1994 in Kuwait and later with the Syrian Artist Group Exhibition in Homs, Syria in 1998. From 2001 to 2002, Sannib lived in London, U.K. where he took extra canvas exercises and improved his strategy and style. In 2006, he explored different avenues regarding dynamic subjects and acrylic painting under the direction of Mard Issa, a Norwegian traditional painter and creator who motivated him. Sannib’s work center around advanced craftsmanship, Islamic and Western workmanship and around helpful and contemporary themes. The idea of “Dreamalism” is his unmistakable style and a development he began in 2014. As indicated by him, Dreamalism is for the protection of the yearnings and dreams of individuals aching for freedom, success, opportunity of articulation and speech. He is known for his canvases of God’s names, the entryway of Kaaba and the brilliant Mecca. His latest creation is a computerized Islamic workmanship that consolidates visual depiction and fine art.
Date Location Nature
February 2012 Parallax Art Fair, Chelsea Town Hall (London) Collective presentation
2011 Bu Gallery (Kuwait) Collective display
December 2011 The studio at PM Gallery (London) Solo display
December 2010 London Art Case Exhibition Collective presentation
2008 Al Raya Complex (Kuwait) Collective display
1995 Homs Art Association (Syria) Collective display