posted by Hemed Adam

Zanzibar door is one of the widely used Persian architectural door design in the Middle East and Eastern Africa, this design was brought by Arabs and Indians from the far east to Zanzibar Island for Trading and Settlement, The Door design is still currently used due to its attractiveness to tourists and trhe Zanzibar locals, and it stands lifelong when you introduce it to your house door frame..

Zanzibar Door



posted by Hemed Adam

The Zanzibar door was formally a Persian architecture style used by the Arabs and Indians at the late 200 centuries, since the 1884 when the oman sultan shifted his capital from muscut, Oman to Zanzibar, the later generation continued to use the door architecture due to its attractive style and life long stand

The Zanzibar door



posted by Visio Dell'Arte

Max Laniado is pleased to present a 2017 preview exhibition by 8 distinctive contemporary artists, on view at 522 West 23rd street in Chelsea. The group exhibition is comprised of some of the most significant artists of the twenty-first century. The show consists of 23 works on canvas or panel by established artists Rasikh Akhmetvaliev, Kaloon Chhour, Cosmina, Nicolae Ene, and Anatoly Burykin, alongside emerging artists Olivier Valli, Jeff Bortniker, Vanessa Longo, and Hélène Modébadzé. We invite you into a private and intimate space where the art is as much about seeing with the eyes as it is about seeing with the heart and mind. Come join us as we revel in these “Abstract Visons”.

Abstract Visions



posted by Katie Rikhus

This is one of my four masks that I made. I create the four elements, earth, air, water, and fire. This one here is my fire mask. I started off my creating the mask with clay and making the flames. After it has been fired I then proceeded with painting it with shades of colors to mimic the color of fire. After that I crushed up bits of charcoal and applied it to the top and the flames of the mask. This is just one of the four.




posted by Aymen Mbarki

Digital art showing mithological scene of fight between Gelgamesh and the beast