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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 will be featuring 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.
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.
Artist Morteza Shamissa
Throughout the history of Islam, writing the Holy Script was the original reason for creating Islamic calligraphy. Bahrain based Iranian visual artist Morteza now uses the traditional historical and cultural aesthetics of Islamic calligraphy in new, more modern contemporary contexts. CLICK HERE.
Artist Minika S.K
Interview with Minika S.K. Minika's paintings depict optimism, steering the viewer towards an era of imagery; reflections not only of herself, but of her various experiences of life. Her paintings reflect a wide array of emotions and thoughts, connecting viewers to some part of themselves. CLICK HERE.
Sculptor Sudeep Deshpande
With his father a sculptor and his mother a musician, Bahrain based Sudeep grew up heavily influenced in art and the arts. His sculpture is influenced by the behavioural patterns of the people he sees around him; their own geometry, their own lines, their own mass and their own space. CLICK HERE.
BAHRAIN ARTS MAGAZINE
A Bahrain / UK Production