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Rana Hatmal

Rana Hatmal
Rana Hatmal

Syrian-Canadian artist and architect Rana Hatmal was born in Damascus, Syria, in 1976. Rana’s experience as an architect influences the construction and design of her art. Her use of space is minimalistic yet sufficient to express the richness of her inspirations. As a result, her work juxtaposes complementarity and contrast between the subjects depicted and the colors used. This duality originates in the older religions of the orient and is part of the DNA of those who preceded us and continues through us. Despite the challenges and the changes that she is going through in her new life in Canada, she continues to believe that freedom is a choice that each of us could make. Duality, Freedom and Migration are key themes for Rana’s artwork.

Rana has held solo exhibitions and has participated in several group shows.

 

Works at Nūn Art Gallery:

Exhibited at the Nūn Art Gallery Exhibition "Daughters of Hathor"
January/February 2022
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Immigration 1
Acrylic on Canvas
75 x 60 cm
15,700 EGP

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Flying
Acrylic on Canvas
148 x 91 cm
31,400 EGP

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Immigration 2
Acrylic on Canvas
75 x 60 cm
15,700 EGP

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Union
Acrylic on Canvas
101 x 76 cm
26,700 USD

 

 

Education:

  • 2016 until now: Doctoral student of semiology at the Faculty of Arts of the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Canada
  • 2015 PhD in Architectural Design at the Faculty of Architecture of the Damascus University, Syria

 

Group Exhibitions:

  • 2022 Daughters of Hathor, Woman's International Exhibition – Nūn Art Gallery – Luxor, Egypt
  • 2021 Fierté Montréal – Gallea Art – Montreal, Canada
  • 2018 The Iraqi Festival Toronto – Meadowvale Theatre – Toronto, Canada
  • 2017 Perspective Carrière – Laval - Québec, Canada
  • 2017 Écomusée du fier monde – La maison de la Syrie – Montreal, Canada
  • 2017 Full of Hope – Areej Art Gallery – Toronto, Canada
  • 2014 The Last Supper: Syrian Artists – The Venue – Beirut, Lebanon
  • 2014 Art-Lab Gallery – Jemeizeh, Beirut, Lebanon
  • 2013 Syria Contemporary Art Fair – Atrium – Beirut, Lebanon
  • 2013 Zaman Art Gallery – Alhamrah – Beirut, Lebanon
  • 2011 Al-Shaab Gallery – Damascus, Syria
  • 2010 Artists from The Mediterranean Countries – Syrian Cultural Centre – Paris, France
  • 2009 Arabian Artists – Rafia Gallery – Damascus, Syria
  • 2007 Rana & Alfred Hatmal, Khan Assaad Basha – Damascus, Syria
  • 2000 Second Arabian Architectural Projects Fair for Graduation Projects – Lebanese University – Fine Arts Institute – Beirut, Lebanon

 

Solo Exhibitions:

  • 2017 Isabel Bader Theatre, Festival of Arabic Music and Arts, Toronto, Canada
  • 2016 L’irrégulier, Beirut, Lebanon

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