This new series of paintings by Alsoudani, who fled Iraq during the first Gulf War, offers a mix of body parts, military insignia and sickly biomorphic shapes, together resembling a collision between Peter Saul and Cubism. Oddly, the works look more painterly in reproduction than they do in person, a reflection perhaps of the way violence today is channeled and filtered by commercial media.
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