Shadi AbouSada

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Shadi AbouSada

was born in Sweida City, Syria in 1983.
He is a multi-medium artist, painter, installation and video artist who deals with reality and intimate events with symbolic still life
either sarcastically or mysteriously to trigger the viewer’s attention and curiosity.
He graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts of Damascus University with a bachelor degree in Oil Painting in 2008
Since 2006 Shadi Abosada’s works were shown in many exhibitions in Damascus, Beirut, Netherlands, Dubai and Switzerland.
where his talent was acknowledged by international media and critics. He currently lives and works in Beirut
Exhibitions
2017: solo exhibition, titled: (A Shadow’s Dream on a Wall ) ,at Mark Hachem Gallery, Beirut, Lebanon
2015: solo exhibition, titled: (Wall Of Memories ) , at Mark Hachem Gallery, Beirut, Lebanon
2013: solo exhibition, titled: (shadow of a shadow ) , at ARTLAB gallery, Beirut, Lebanon
Collective Exhibitions
2016: Art Basel with Mark Hachem Gallery
2014: Beirut Art Fair
2014: Mark Hachem Gallery, Beirut, Lebanon
2014: JABAL , Beirut, Lebanon
2013: Mark Hachem Gallery, Beirut, Lebanon
2013: Mark Hachem Gallery Support for Schools Syrian children, Beirut, Lebanon
2013: Syrian Private Collection 1987-2013 in Solidere Beirut Lebanon 2013: ARTLAB Gallery , Beirut , Lebanon
2012: ARTLAB Gallery , Beirut , Lebanon
2012: ARTBLOOM , Beirut , Lebanon
2011: The annual Spring Exhibition, at Khan Asa’ad Pasha, Damascus, Syria
2010: Opera House, Damascus, Syria
2010: The annual Spring Exhibition, at Khan Asa’ad Pasha, Damascus, Syria
2009: Union of Syrian Students, Damascus, Syria
2009: French Cultural Center , Damascus, Syria
2008: College of Fine Arts , Damascus, Syria
2008: Fine Artists Association, Syria
2007: Goethe Institute. Damascus, Syria
2007: Mediterranean Countries Exhibition, at faculty of Fine Arts, Damascus ,Syria
2006: Group exhibition (Video Art ) titled ((Voice )), Damascus, Syria 2006: faculty of Fine Arts, Damascus ,Syria
2005: Arab Cultural Center , Sweida City, Syria