Ramadan In Quarantine


May 2020

For many Muslims around the world, this is the first time they have had to observe Ramadan in isolation. In many parts of the world, prayers have been conducted at home, and fasting has been broken away from large gatherings. In this exhibition, we share the work of 15 emerging artists and photographers from the Arab Gulf States who have translated how they feel about Ramadan in quarantine into their works, and share them with you.


Click here for the artists statements.






Untitled, 2020
Widad Al Harthy,Oman





The Wise One & The Spread of Panic, 2020
Dana Al Rashid,Kuwait





Untitled, 2020
Ishaq Madan,Bahrain




More Precious Than Gold, 2020
Mahmood Al Zadjali, Oman





Untitled, 2020
Salim Al Balushi,Oman





Pray at home,Ramadan 1441,and Quarantine Conversation, 2020
Essa Hujairy,Bahrain





Ramadan Essentials in Quarantine, 2020
Sara Al Balushi,Oman