Monday, 25 October 2021 04:32 GMT

The Louvre Museum Selects International Painter Shalimar Sharbatly’s Painting for the "Art Shopping" 2021 Exhibition’s Poster.


(MENAFN- Global Advertising) International artist Shalimar Sharbatly will participate with three new paintings in the Louvre exhibition (Art Shopping 2021), which is held at the Louvre Museum in the French capital Paris from 22-24 October, and includes many works by the world’s most important and famous contemporary artists. The Louvre selected Sharbatly’s painting among 10 other painters only to advertise the exhibition.
The Saudi painter said that choosing one of her new artworks to be placed in the exhibition’s poster represents an important addition to her artistic history, as the “Art Shopping” exhibition is one of the most important art exhibitions and annually embraces dozens of artworks by the most important artists in the world. Contemporaries and the artistic community in Paris considers it an important occasion to present the most important artistic experiences in the world. She added that she is keen to participate in this distinguished art exhibition every year because of the great international artistic diversity, and its importance as an opportunity to display her latest artistic creations.
Regarding future projects, the international painter explained that she is currently preparing to participate in many international exhibitions and events. Shalimar Sharbatly will participate in the “Art Shopping” exhibition that will be held in the international center of the French city of Deauville from October 29th to November 1st, 2021. She will also participate in Ceremony of the Museum of Monaco next to Prince Albert Palace of Monaco in France, where the Museum of Monaco previously hosted the Art Deville concert for her, where the artist showcased the latest collection of clothes whose designs were inspired by her paintings. The painter Shalimar was chosen to design the award ceremony award The "influencer" of Monaco as well, which is held annually in the Museum of Monaco next to the Palace of Prince Albert of Monaco, during which the most important influencers of the world are celebrated.
The Saudi international artist Shalimar Sharbatly has a renowned fame in the world of fine art after she succeeded in securing a respected place for her artistic creations in many international museums and exhibitions such as the French Louvre. However, Shalimar’s most important characteristic as an artist is her ability to create different innovative artistic spaces by creating color components, this is known as the “moving art” which she created herself with the aim of making art a way of life, bringing the paintings hung on walls into the living spaces to raise the general taste of individuals and add aesthetic touches and elevate the visual experience.
Shalimar is proud to have painted for Andrea Bocelli Charitable Foundation on an old Ferrari car that was sold at a fantastic price in an auction opened by Queen Rania, and to have hand-painted a Formula car chosen by the company “Boss” to enter the race, and before that she painted on a Porsche car that was shown at the entrance to the Louvre Museum in a precedent that is the first of its kind, her works were shown there four times after. She is the only Arab artist whose work was chosen by the Negresco Hotel, which is one of the oldest and most luxurious hotels in the French city of Nice, for an innovative car designed by her, to be displayed in the center of the hotel's main lobby, which includes a rare collection of the most important artists of the world, including Michelangelo, Raffaele Sanzio, Ronaldo da Vinci, Salvador Dali, and Pablo Picasso.


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