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Naeem Malak


Naeem Malak
Born on 1961 (Australian citizen, Qatar based)


  • Member of Qatar Fine Arts Society
  • Associate member of Sydney Art council
  • AIPP Photographic Silver distinction award – Sydney 2006
  • NZIPP silver award – New Zealand 2004



  • Workshop exhibition – Qatar Fine Art Society (group) – Doha 2011
  • Embers of Memories – Queen Art Gallery (solo) – Sydney 2007
  • Disintegration – Casula Power House Art Centre (solo) – Sydney- 2000
  • Celebration – UTS – Sydney Exhibition (group) – Sydney 1997
  • Colored Whisper – Fairfield Art Centre (solo) – Sydney 1996
  • Festival – Sydney Arabic Art Festival (solo) – Sydney 1995
  • Tipping Point – Ryde council Art Gallery (group) – Sydney 1994
  • Floating lines – Shemesany Art Gallery (solo) – Amman 1991
  • The Space – Al-Muntada Art Gallery (solo) – Baghdad 1986
  • Uneven Square – Al-Rasheed Art Gallery (solo) – Baghdad 1984
  • CASULA Art Centre Sydney Australia; liaised with media groups, cultural representatives; art institute’s curators, commercial bodies to promote traditional and modern Middle Eastern art, contemporary theatre/poetry workshops, festivals and events as part of Sydney Summer Festival.
  • Voluntary participation in the annual Sculpture by the Sea festival in Sydney Australia
  • Voluntary assistant to facilitate the coordination of for state-of-the art stereoscopic immersive engineering 4 dimensional ICINEMA developed as a joint-project between the Computer Systems Engineering Faculty and the Fine Arts Department at University of New South Wales Australia.
  • Editor of English Edition of Al JOUSSOUR Art, cultural and poetry magazine; Promoter of cultural events and performing arts groups fostering interest of non- Arabic communities in rich heritage of Arab cultures
  • Promoted and delivered creative arts programs to multi-national institution, MONTESSORI Education, university of NSW and University of Technology and Sydney Art center.