Collection: Mohamad Omran

Mohamad Omran, born in Damascus, in 1979 and currently residing in Paris, is a highly acclaimed sculptor with a rich artistic journey. Graduating from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Damascus, Omran embarked on his artistic career, swiftly gaining recognition within the local art scene.

In 2007, he furthered his academic pursuits by pursuing a master's degree in art history at the University of Lyon II, France. It was during this period that Omran's artistic vision underwent a significant transformation.

 After 2011, and amidst the violent changes that occurred in his homeland, Omran's works underwent transformations in terms of subject matter, his drawings and sculptures have garnered widespread attention, leading to numerous solo and group exhibitions across renowned galleries and cultural institutions worldwide. Notable venues include the Europia Gallery and Institut des Cultures d'Islam in Paris, La maison des arts in Malakoff, Forum Factory in Berlin, Round Tower in Copenhagen, Halles de Schaerbeek in Brussels, Colegio de San Ildefonso museum in Mexico City, Shelter Art Space in Alexandria, Egypt, Almarkhia Gallery in Doha,  Art on 56th  and Majaz art space in Beirut.

Omran's distinctive artwork has found its place in prestigious private and public collections, including the British Museum, IMA museum in Paris, The Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts in Amman, the Syrian Ministry of Culture, and the Atassi Foundation in Dubai. His diverse portfolio reflects a profound exploration of cultural heritage, identity, and contemporary themes, making him a pivotal figure in the global art scene.