This exhibition showcases œuvres by Rashid Al Khalifa that had their première at London’s Saatchi Gallery extended between 3 October and 21 November 2018. The London solo debut of Rashid Khalifa brings together new three-dimensional works by the artist. The exhibition invites the viewer to experience the beauty of textured shadows and light cast through polychromatic metal structures, reminiscent of the architectural form of the mashrabiya.
A silent view of the hybrids and mashrabiya installations of Rashid Al Khalifa at Saatchi Gallery. We let the art, the visuals make all the explanations.
Artist Rashid Khalifa (b. 1952) began painting at the age of 16 and attended the Brighton and Hastings Art College in Sussex wherein trained in Arts and Design.
This exhibition was displayed with much success at Saatchi Gallery through the curation of Éva McGaw and Tatiana Palinkasev
Éva McGaw is an entrepreneur with a special focus on business development and has been
actively involved in the world of arts since the early 1990’s. She pursued her passion
by supporting Eastern European artists and by commissioning and producing
exhibitions. She has lived in the Middle East for over 17 years where she was appointed
special representative for Sotheby’s.
Tatiana Palinkasev began her career at Christie's Auction House in London and worked in their
Madrid and Rome offices where she gained her understanding and experience of the
international art market, private and public collections and auction house business.
After valuable experience at Christie’s internationally, Tatiana co-founded Callisto
Fine Arts Consultancy focusing on private clients, curatorship and exhibitions.