Arab artists Tamam Azzam uses unconventional materials and colors

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Syrian artist Tamam Azzam
Syrian artist Tamam Azzam
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Azzam is a uniquely talented artist who uses fabrics in producing a range of visual effects, turning ordinary objects into multi-colored works of art.

He chose linen, washed and spread, in a bold move for a unique project that could have been disapproved by his audience. Coming from a desolate community that lacked support in his endeavors he still mesmerized his loyal fans.

“I adore the city life with all its complexities and details. It is way better than living in a locale devoid of any distinguishing features of its own,” he said. “I am working on the impact people may leave on places. At the end of the day, I am narrating stories of places which people abandoned.”

It may seem that rich experience dares the artist to embark on such projects. “I never confine myself to a specific color, subject or technique. I do whatever pops up in my mind amid these heaps of choices,” he said.

Azzam believes art is ageless due to the legacies left behind after the death of artists that linger long after their demise.

To read more and view Tamam Azzam’s art please follow the link:
https://enawafeth.alarabiya.net/content/he-never-confined-specific-color-subject-or-technique#overlay-context=user

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