Tag: Chérif Zerdoumi


KRM. Four hands

L’Esprit Du Mur (the spirit of the wall) is a concept and style of painting created by KRM, the French-German artist duo Chérif Zerdoumi and Geza Jager.
Their concept and style ESPRIT DU MUR is a rebel, urban art, based on human tragedy and the complexity of existence.
Their works reveal a portrait of city-life and freely express interior contradiction, suffering and joy. Their work is revolutionary, based on overlapping images, words and impulsive gests. Working with four hands on the same piece defines the duo’s working process and makes their confrontation authentic. The final result is an assembly of colour, emotions and different techniques. The work witnesses a contemporary actuality and treats social-political subjects and questions.
KRM and a running dog figure on each picture is their signum.

Sultan Gallery
South Subhan, Block 8, Street 105, Building #168 besides Sadeer.
Madinat al-Kuwait

25th January – 16th February; 10am – 4pm
(Closed on Fridays, Saturdays and Public Holidays)

Image: Fish, mixed media on wood, 122 x 125cm

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