Khalid Abdel Rahman

Khalid Abdel Rahman’s style is characteristic of abstract architectural scenes from different Sudanese cities, particularly Khartoum. These are neighbourhoods often inhabited by the middle class that are slowly becoming uninhabited as people continue to be in search of a better life elsewhere. The selection of acrylic paintings and monotypes depicts the deserted streets of different neighborhoods. Rahman highlights elements of architecture such as walls, gates, roofs and trees at multiple scales and angles while also depicting cityscapes from aerial views. 
 

Khalid Abdel Rahman

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Playing to the Gallery

Playing to the Gallery

Eria Sane Nsubuga, Stacey Gillian Abe, Sungi Mlengeya, John Baptist Sekubulwa, Abushariaa Ahmed, Sanaa Gateja, Collin Sekajugo, Arim Andrew, Khalid Abdel Rahman, Amna Elhassan, Spire
Afriart Gallery on 7th
25 Jul 2020 - 19 Sep 2020

The exhibition is a group show consisting of works by several artists and explores forms of play in the art making proess and ...

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