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Haitham Majed Alhamad

The Endangered, Can Art Save Them?

An International Art Exhibition

(November 7 through January 8, 2021)



Adham Ismail Center for Fine Arts 1986
Graduated from Damascus University: college of Fine Arts 1992.
High grade diploma in Mural painting 1994.


-First Fair in Higher Institute for Dramatic Art and music 1992.
-Solo Fair in Deir Atiyeh museum in Syria 1993.
-Solo Fair in Russian cultural center in Damascus 1994.
-Solo exhibition in Italy / Rome- Expo Chianciano 2017.


-Annual Autumn fair for Syrian artistes, Syria 1996.
-Taking part in the seventeenth gallery of the Fine arts in Qatar in 2004.
-Taking part in the eighteenth gallery of the Fine arts in Qatar in 2005.
-Doha fifth culture festival 2006 visual art gathering.
-Asian visual art exhibition 2006.
-Annual autumn fair for Syrian artistes, Syria 2007.
-The 20th general exhibition October, in Qatar 2007.
-Gallery artists of the Syrian community in Al hoshe in Qatar (Rhythms of Colors ) 2010.
-Selection for London Art Biennale 2017.
-Winner --3th place London Art Biennale 2017.
-Art Vancouver exhibition 2018 .
-Al Markhiya gallery/ Katara Art Center Qatar 2018.
-Al Markhiya gallery Fire Station 2019.
-"Water for Life" International Art Exhibition, Third Edition at the Universidad del Caribe, Cancun, Quintana Roo, MEXICO. November 7-15, 2019.


Interested In Islamic painting, especially the Islamic miniatures.
The Islamic Art geometric is identity concept for Muslim artists.
You can start with artwork geometric, but you can't reach to the end. It is infinity

Art can certainly change human nature and add to it. This change needs time, on the scale of the age of peoples. But this change must be interactive with the concerns of society and its issues (science, philosophy, politics, and religion).
Not far from us, ten years ago, Arab people in the East have tried and are still trying to change their reality moldy.
They are trying to resist the will of the local and international regimes to crush them and prevent them from obtaining the freedom that they have been deprived of for half a century,
Starting from expressive realism to symbolic expressionism, (and if it is true, down to conceptual symbolism) and depending on color, collage, stenciling, and the art of Ajami. I create the color narrative within two physical dimensions. As for my dramatic space, which expands along the length of human suffering, it begins with the narration of the novel from the black comic and ends with tragedy.
I have connected my current technology to exit to the three dimensions and we have reached the fourth dimension which is conceptual. I practice visual art to tell my story. I do not paint. I am directing conceptual drama.

Haitham Majed Alhamad

Haitham Majed Alhamad


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