Katara – the Cultural Village, in collaboration with the embassy of the Republic of the Philippines in Qatar, has opened the ‘Shapes and Hues’ exhibition by artist Frederick Epistola at the 22nd Hall of Katara, which will run until August 30th.
The ‘Shapes and Hues’ exhibition contains 30 different works of art pieces ranging between paintings and sculptures, in which the artist deals with topics related to human’s local environment.
It also presents an interaction that arises between people and all the vocabulary that exists in their reality in an attractive and artistic harmony.
Epistola’s work is characterised by being an artistic panorama full of various shapes, content, visions, and windows on a unique artistic experience and a creative direction Amer renewed sophistication and richness.
The participating work is also characterised by deep themes and creative methods flowing with distinctive connotations.
The exhibition is part of Katara’s keenness on cultural and artistic openness and enriching the Qatari visual art with such promising art creations.
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