Orientalist discourse reflects on Ababri's paintings

It would be impossible to speak about Soufiane Ababri's works without thinking about queer culture, violence, manhood, Orientalist narrative and art history. The young artist, also known as the new David Hockney, is discovering the details of painting again and again. His current exhibition at The Pill gallery invites the audience to a new understanding of the male world surrounded by orientalist speech. Ababri's works, which are called "bed works," are a result of his vast research through art history and the male world.

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