This month, Contemporary Art Platform Kuwait is hosting Mohammed Alkouh's first solo exhibition. Alkouh, whose work was recently acquired by the Dutch Royal Tropical Institute, will be showing a recent set of studio portraits, complemented by Tomorrow's Past, an existing body of cityscapes that examines the current state of the country's modernist buildings. Both series are executed using a classical technique in photography, that of hand-coloring silver gelatin prints.
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