Mukarram Sousli

Mukarram Sousli

About Mukarram Sousli

Syrian architect and painter, passionate of art, he started drawing at an early age. At the age sixteen (while he still at high school) he won the trophy of art exhibition of the University of Damascus.
Studied architecture at DGSA (Mimar Sinan University now) Istanbul, and obtained Master’s degree from there 1977. Dedicated his life to both architecture and art. He sold more than 1200 paintings directly through acquaintances and art galleries in several countries and participated in many collective art exhibitions in more than one country.

Began with classic then cubism followed by surrealist and engrossed by his favorite style (Abstract). Paints using the three techniques water colors, acrylic and oil.

He works as senior architect and projects manager in Saudi Arabia, and participated in many art exhibitions in Riyadh

Education

Master degree in Architecture from Mimar Sinan University, The Art University, Istanbul, Turkey, 1977.
Used water colors, oil and acrylic paints,realistic, cubism and abstract.
Received the university trophy of Damascus University while still a student in High school 1966.
Exhibits frequently in group exhibitions.

Exhibitions

Participated in a collective exhibition at the cultural center/ Damascus, Syria, 1966

Participated in a collective exhibition at Al-Riwaq Gallery/ Damascus, Syria, 1984

Participated in a collective exhibition about old Damascus/ Damascus, Syria, 1987

Participated in a collective exhibition at the Nation Gallery/ Damascus, Syria, 1988

Participated in "The Eyes of Damascus 1" exhibition/ Riyadh, KSA, 2004

Participated in a Syrian Saudi joint art exhibition (Rawabet)/ Riyadh, KSA, 2010

Participated in "The Eyes of Damascus 2" exhibition/ Riyadh, KSA, 2011

Participated in "A joy of a homeland" exhibition/ Riyadh, KSA, 2011

Participated in "Kadimoon/ we are coming" about old Damascus -for Syrian children- Istanbul, Turkey, 2014

Participated in "Towards new horizons" exhibition/ King Suleilman Social and Cultural Center, Riyadh, KSA, 2016