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"Cities," the exhibition now up at the Ayyam Gallery shows 10 new canvases by Syrian artist Kais Salman.Salman says his primary inspiration has been the influence of media on society.Salman depicts figures derived from the media, using his own unique style to transcribe them to canvas.Taking images from all over the world, Salman explored how they can be combined to create a universal society, or "city" as created through social media.Color plays an important role in the works.Salman commenced work on the project around two years ago, at first devoting most of his time to research and sketching moving his figures to the canvas.
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