Iraqi artist Sadik Alfraji blends art and philosophy as a means of expanding the conceptual boundaries of his aesthetic. Much of his work explores the expressionistic intensity of the graphic form, with a focus on ideas and concepts about human existence. His haunting mixed-media compositions, inhabited by shadowy figures and faceless bodies, speak of the artist experience of exile, loss, and fragmentation.
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