by the Qatari photographer Mohamed AlHasel AlYaf’i and “Live Art Painting Expo in Katara’s Alleys” exhibited by a group of artists.
Following his visit to Ahmed Nooh exhibition that featured paintings of fish and calligraphy, the General Manager of the Cultural Village noted that the displayed artworks depict a distinctive artistic experience of promising artists. Katara's chief stressed the keenness of the Cultural Village at embracing diverse art that will add value to the local artistic scene.
Msyan Doha Photographic Exhibition held in building 18, displayed nearly 60 evening shots of the State of Qatar, by the professional photographer Mohamed AlHasel Alyaf'i, a holder of many Arab, world and gold awards that attained a bachelor of Arts degree from Qatar University. He is also a founding member of Qatar Photographic Society.
While, "The Live Art Painting Expo in Katara's Alleys" held in building 22, featured a number of paintings by Qatari and expatriate artists that displayed oil paintings featuring Qatar in an innovative technique.
The third exhibition; "Ahmed Nooh" by the artist Ahmed Nooh Al-Zahid, that was inaugurated earlier in building 19, featured 34 oil paintings that shed the light on the painting of fish integrated with Arabic calligraphy. Ahmed joined the visual arts center for four years during which he produced several artistic paintings and he is a member of Souq Waqif Arts Center. In addition, he also participated in several professional workshops and hosted numerous exhibitions in Slovenia, Istanbul, Ankara, Paris, Brussels, Bangladesh, and Muscat.