Corinne Martin is a Lebanese-Texan artist living in Saudi Arabia and her art is characterized as Arabic Retro Pop. She loves yoga, traveling, art, design, dark chocolate, good food, music, and laughter.

This blog is about sharing commentary on design, art, typography, and life as as it unravels everyday.

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Christie’s Contemporary Middle Eastern Art Auction in Dubai

Over the past decade we have seen the Arab and Middle Eastern art market grow from a relatively small pool of art enthusiasts and art collectors to include an increasingly international audience thanks to international initiatives taking place outside the region. Recent events taking place outside the sales room are shifting public perceptions and ...

Oct 21, 2015, 1:45 PM
 
Tammam Azzam Puts Syria Inside Banksy’s Dismaland

I made my way from the trendy A4 Space Coffee Shop in Alserkal Avenue, to Ayyam Gallery, where Syrian artist, Tammam Azzam, was waiting at the door outside. Casual in trendy jeans and wearing a T-shirt with a skull print, Tammam’s manner was warm and gentle. In Tammam’s workspace, a four meter wide painting in black […]

Sep 8, 2015, 7:32 AM
 
Savannah Quercy’s Art at La Serre And Dubai Life

Recently I have been keeping my eyes and ears open for young artists living in Dubai to connect with for the “Emerging Artists Interview Series”, when a glamorous four-page spread from Harper’s Bazaar Art Arabia about a young French artist living in Dubai caught my attention. Something about the familiar character of this...

Aug 28, 2015, 7:46 AM
 

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