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Depicting light can be a murky affair.Artists have explored and still experiment with the possibilities of light for light's sake. Witness "Light as Form," the group show now up at Ayyam Gallery which brings together the works of Syrian artists Mounzer Kamnakache and Thaier Helal, and Iranian artist Farzad Kohan.In one untitled acrylic work of 120x120cm, hues of pink and faint yellow delicately mingle to form the scarlet flesh of a sinuous and radiant female figure.The works of the other artists showing in "Light as Form" tend toward a more abstract aesthetic, with some incorporating elements from nature.
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