Photography Gallery by Saudi Women

Saudi woman photographer

By Iqbal Tamimi 

The Saudi Ministry of Culture and Information has organized a gallery of photography of local shots by Saudi women photographers.

The exhibition opens its doors at the hall of Abdullah Alqasabi for Art and Culture at the Centre of Saudi Fine Arts.

The gallery entitled ‘Home in the eyes of women photographers’ opens its doors Monday, April 9, 2012 and lasts for ten days.

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A number of Saudi women photographers will participate by exhibiting their works and how they see their home country through the camera lens.

The Saudi women photographers participating in this gallery include Ghada Saykhan , Ameera Morished, Dania Afif, Rania al-Harbi, Arwa Ghawas, Zainab Bukhamseen, and Haya el-Sewade. Two years ago, an earlier exhibition was held in Washington. You can have a glimpse of its content if you clicked this link and watch a report produced by BBC. 

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