WATCH: Interview with Qatari artist Ahmed AlMaadeed

By shaunmyburg

Following on his iconic artwork for the blockade entitled “tamimalmajd” , local artist Ahmed AlMaadeed shares with us the inspiration behind his new piece.

“This artwork title is December18, is related to the national day of Qatar. 
It symbolizes the history and development of Qatar since independence and venture into the future, looking forward to 2022 & 2030 (Qatar National Vision).

On one artwork we can see the success story of QATAR you can watch the live sculpture in Aspire and Hammed international airport. Its a dedication to my Country.”

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