Mohammad Ramadan is a Syrian impressionist painter born in 1994 and graduated from the faculty of fine art, Painting department in Damascus – Syria.
Growing up amidst his country nine-year war, Mohammad paints his artworks in a negative effect to highlight the duality of human beings due who survived the ghastly experience that left them divided into nothing but dark stories, with a light of hope somewhere on the bright side of the world.
The Syrian impressionist artist belives that it is his duty, as well as every other Syrian artist, to reflect the pain, destruction and loss caused by the dreadful war, let alone the emotions and feelings of what they have been through.
Mohammad Ramadan states that in every piece of work he draws, there are both the dark side, and the bright side. However, “once you look at it with the negative color you can feel the cold and the sadness, but if look at it with the positive color you can feel the warm and the happiness, it exactly seems like our dual world, it’s our equivalent world… this is the idea that I work on it”, he declares.
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- Solo installation exhibition “equivalent” at Zawaya art gallery 2020
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