Barakat Seoul will host its Buddhist art collection exhibition titled Enlightenment and Transcendence from 21st November 2018 to 31st March 2019.read more
The Barakat Gallery is proud to present Thomas Laird’s Murals of Tibet: a limited-edition TASCHEN volume of only 998 copies, each signed by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama. Saturday September 29th, 2018 6pm - 9pm. Presentation by Thomas Laird at 7pmread more
Barakat Seoul is proud to present Nkisi Nkondi Blolo pombilele: The Arrival of the Gods, an exhibition from Tuesday, July 10 to Sunday, August 12, 2018, featuring works of African sculpture produced by minority tribes in the 19th and 20th centuries.read more
Eight select designers have been invited to completely re-imagine eight different ‘blank canvas’ gallery rooms into a living space or vignette using a variety of spectacular ancient artifacts from the Barakat Collection. Everything from living rooms and bedrooms, to powder rooms and foyers will be on display, featuring design elements both modern and contemporary, accented by ancient works over the centuries.read more
Jorge Mañes Rubio considers from an ethnographic point of view themes of vanishing civilization and shamanism, forgotten places and stories of the past, all of which are given a new meaning through his work. His experiments transcend the boundaries of art, in conjunction with offering alternative perspectives on politics, society and the environment.read more
Coinciding with the King Tut exhibition in Los Angeles, and launching during the La Cienega Design Quarter's annual LEGENDS design festival, Barakat Gallery will be presenting "Yesterdays Masterpieces in Tomorrows Home: The Timeless Design of Ancient Egypt."read more
Featuring a number of spectacular jewelry pieces alongside small but superbly carved Roman marble sculptures and copious amounts of Roman glass with Greek Pottery, this showcase presents an eclectic and arresting display... one which immerses the viewer in a bygone world, and captivates the senses through endless varieties of form, texture, color, and substance.read more
Fayez Barakat is a distinguished and world-renowned collector, whose passion for beauty and eclectically wise choices have made him one of the most important collector of ancient art in the world.
Fayez also happens to be an equally passionate painter, having developed a unique aesthetic sense through a personal, almost intimate, communication with thousands of ancient artworks.
Join us for an illustrated talk by archaeologist and historian Titus Kennedy - the new breed of archaeologist. Dr. Kennedy is a proponent of experimental archaeology, consults on media and curricula, and teaches as an adjunct professor.read more
Featuring works by contemporary typography artists Ahn Sang-soo, Nojisu and Rhee Pooroni, together with ancient inscribed artworks from various ages and cultures.read more
“El Anatsui: Topology of Generosity”, presented by Barakat Seoul, sheds light on the potential for change that a single artist can generate. This exhibition focuses on the inner strength of the artist... a strength that started from within and through many years of work.read more