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REEM AL FAISAL’S AUTOBIOGRAPHY
Princess Reem Al Faisal is the grand daughter of the late King Faisal Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud. She enjoyed photography from an early age, and with her parents’ support she left her studies in Arabic literature at King Abdul Aziz University, Jeddah, to attend Speos, a photography school in Paris.
Some of her recent group exhibitions include Howard Greenberg Gallery NYC 2014, , Le Violon Bleu, Tunis 2012, EQ Jeddah in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia 2015 among others.
Reem Al Faisal says: “I like to define myself as a Muslim artist, from my native Saudi Arabian culture and history. Through my art, I endeavour to show signs of the Divine in nature and in people”.
ABOUT THE EMPTY QUARTER GALLERY
Co-founded by Saudi Arabian Princess HH Reem Al-Faisal, Emirati Safa Al-Hamed. The Empty Quarter is the first of its kind in the region – a space dedicated solely to photography.
One of the very first galleries to open up in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), The Empty Quarter’s aim was to get the art industry more excited about photography and deem it a serious medium. Since its inception, the gallery has hosted exhibitions of works by renowned regional and international photographers, including award-winning Steve McCurry, and Bruno Barbey, Andreas H Bitesnich, Roland & Sabrina Michaud, Marc Riboud and Carl De Keyzer, among others.
The Empty Quarter has also opened its very own printing Lab in the actual gallery space “we decided to bring high quality printing to the region – it’s important as we deal with prints all the time,” comments Safa Al-Hamed.