AHMED ALSOUDANI: We Die Out of Hands

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

During the first Gulf War, Ahmed Alsoudani fled to Syria before claiming asylum in America. Through his paintings and drawings he approaches the subject of war through aesthetics. Citing great artists of the past such as Goya and George Grosz whose work has become the lasting consciousness of the atrocities of the 19th and 20th centuries, Alsoudani’s inspiration comes directly from his own experiences as a child, as well as his concerns over contemporary global conflicts.

Ahmed lives and works in Berlin.


























Saatchi Gallery – AHMED ALSOUDANI

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Blog Entry by SP Williams – in Berlin; Wednesday, March 16, 2011.


SP Williams is a painter living and working in Berlin.
www.spwilliams.ca




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