Mrs. Lubna Hammad (Architect + Art Curator) and her husband Mr. Jamal Joucka (Architect) visit on Feb, 2018

Mrs. Lubna Hammad (Architect + Art Curator) daughter of  the late artist Mahmoud Hammad (born 1923 in Jarabulus, Syria) is a Syrian painter. A pioneer of modern Syrian art, a professor at the Fine Arts Faculty of Damascus since its creation. From 1970 until 1980, he became dean at the Fine Arts Faculty of Damascus. In 1939, he started exhibiting his work throughout most Arab countries, Europe and the United States. In 1948, he received first prize in Arts in Damascus Exhibition, in 1957, first prize at the competition of the city of Naples, and in 1959, first prize at the competition of Ministry of Culture in United Arab Republic. In his work, Hammad uses the geometry of elementary forms to express the dynamic spirit of the Arabic letter. Among circles, squares, rectangles, determined by the color, the letter appears with liberty to end a profound silence.His work has been shown in exhibitions at museums such as the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts.[3]