Ahaad Alamoudi

Saudi artist

Saudi artist

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DnA recently made a first time visit to Dubai, and went armed with preconceptions; among them: flashy Dubai imports overseas design culture; and, women in the region are oppressed by…

Saudi women designers drive cultural change

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