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  Jose Mª Rosa & Maria Bleda
  Tobias Bernstrup
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  Ismaïl El Refaï
  Meriem Bouderbala
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Salam Al-Malek Ismaïl El Refaï
Syria  
 
 
       
 

El-Refaie was born in Syria in 1976. He graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Damascus University. Freelance artist, poet and novelist Media and publication official of the Sharjah Biennale. Researcher and coordinator of Arab Media in the Arts Department. A Retrospective was organised by the Sharjah Art Museum in 2010 to acknowledge his extensive contribution to art movement in his country and abroad. Held a good number of solo shows, which included “Abstract” in Al-Sharjah art gallery in 2005, “She & Her Creatures” in the Sharjah art gallery in 2009, and “Prayers in Her Altar” in Dubai in 2009. El-Refaie also exhibited in many art exhibitions and biennales, such as Bangladesh Biennale in Dhaka in 2003, the annual exhibitions organised by the Society of Art in the UAE from 2003 to 2009, the 3rd Biennale for Contemporary Art in Teheran in 2004, “Artists from Syria in the Sultan Owis Institution in Dubai in 2005, and  a joint exhibition in Total Art Gallery in Dubai in 2008. Awarded prestigious prizes, which included the Award of the Head of the Association of Syrian Artists in 2002, the Ghanem Ghabbash Award for Short Story from the Union of Artists and Writers in the UAE in 2005, and the Sharjah second prize for Arab Creativity for his novel “Gone with the Mud” in 2006. He published a collection of poems “A Promise on a Pursed Lips” (Dar Kanaan-Syria in 2002). The Sharjah Art Museum published a book written by art critic Mohamed El-Gazaeri to highlight El-Refaie’s artistic career.

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