Gallery inspired, beautifully presented
Bahrain Arts Magazine - Bahrain's leading e-magazine and online arts platform showcasing both Bahraini and Bahrain based photographers, artists, sculptors, musicians, writers and poets.
Bahrain has a huge appetite for the arts. It is a cultural, multi-cultural, diverse and tolerant country, with a real love of both the contemporary and the traditional, and so Bahrain Arts Magazine features both emerging new artists, as well as established professionals; looking at what they do and why they do it, as well as exploring what really motivates and inspires them, and showcasing examples of their work.
Since its inception March 2018, we have extensively profiled...
With many more planned...
The website has been viewed over 33,000 times, the e-magazine has been downloaded almost 3700 times, with over 20,000 impressions and almost 3000 reads at ISSUU.
We don't review, we don't critique, nor do we analyse or examine, we just showcase and demonstrate to the world the wealth of Bahraini and Bahrain based artistic talent.
Having a story behind each of Neda's pieces is highly important to her; for each character she creates unique and often morbid stories that have a dark twist, where the characters either take charge of their own fate, or have gruesome events unfold around them, eventually leading them to their unhappily ever after. CLICK HERE.
Twenty-two year old Hafsa started taking pictures early in 2012, when her parents gave her her first digital camera. At first she took photos of everyone and everything, but it wasn't long before the street became her passion and inspiration; capturing the raw human elements and revealing an extra layer of the personality of her subjects. CLICK HERE.
Riddhi works largely on Madhubani, a traditional Indian art form practised by locals of the regions it originates. Her themes are deeply influenced by her roots, culture and childhood memories, expressing loudly with vivid colours on canvas her inner emotions, thoughts and feelings. CLICK HERE.
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