Badr Ali (b. 1992, USA) is a Saudi Arabian artist whose work explores atmospheres and environments by means of abstraction. Using the viewer’s experience by submerging them within immersive spaces, he seeks to depict the sublime through ethereal environments and surreal landscapes. He is heavily influenced by classical European art, particularly landscape painting. Badr lives and works between Saudi Arabia, France and London.
BA, Central Saint Martins, 2011-2015
2019, Expand and Collapse, Paris, France (Solo)
2019, International Atelier programme, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany (Group)
2019, Saudi Artists of the Future V, Saudi Arts Council, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (Group)
2018, I've a feeling we're not in Oz anymore, Cité des Arts – Paris, France (Group)
2018, On Show, South African Association of Fine Arts, Cité des Arts, Paris, France (Group)
2018, 21,39 - Refusing to be Still, Saudi Arts Council, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (Group)
2017, Young Saudi Artist, Athr Gallery, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (Group)
2017, What Now..., Angel, EC1V 1NQ, London, UK (Group)
2015, SHOW ONE, Central Saint Martins, London, UK (Group)
2014, DIAGRAMS, MAPS, SCHEMAS, KX, London, UK (Group)
2014, Unearthly Synthesis, London, UK (Group)
2013, Parasite, Byam Shaw School of Art, London, UK (Group)
2013, Investigation @ House, Peckham, London, UK (Group)
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