Athr would like to present the most recent bodies of work by Sarah Abu Abdallah, Zahrah Al Gahmdi, Reem Al-Nasser, and Mohamed Monaiseer. These artists come from different parts of the region of Saudi Arabia, and Egypt, and their work reflects on the social norms that bring us together and take us apart. Their common interest also lies in issues of domestic life, the environment and anthropology. They have each developed a strong visual language ranging from video, photography, paintings to site-specific installations. 

During the fair, Zahrah Al Ghamdi and Reem Al-Nasser will have works at Walking Through Walls, an exhibition curated by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath at the Gropius-Bau, and Sarah Abu Abdallah’ solo exhibition, For The First Time In A Long Time is ongoing at the Kunstverein in Hamburg, curated by Tobias Peper.