Graphic designer, visual artist, and creative maker from Khartoum Sudan based in Doha. Reham Mohamed holds a BFA in Graphic Design from Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts in Qatar. Her creative practice is strongly influenced by the vast possibilities of craft and making. She works within a contemporary graphic arts context, applying design, Typography, and printmedia to the creation of printed ephemera and designed objects. Her work has been exhibited locally and internationally, including collaborative projects at Wieden + Kennedy Gallery in Tokyo, the Doha Firestation in Qatar, the Anderson Gallery in Richmond Virginia, and most recently at the New Radicalism Festival in Rotterdam as part of the New Voices from the MENA reading room.
Her collaborative print work has been shown in artist book fairs in New York and Los Angeles and is included in the artist book collection in the Watson Library at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, The British National Library in London, College Library at the ArtCenter College of Design in California, and the Asia Art Archive in Brooklyn. Select works are distributed by The VCUarts Bowe House Press in Richmond; and Printed Matter, in New York.
Reham currently works as a Studio and Program Assistant at Fanoon Center for Printmedia research at vcuarts Qatar Painting + Printmaking department.
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