exhibition review

Catching Dreams with Anas Albraehe

There could be something creepy, even perverse, about watching someone sleep.  In Fuseli’s 1781 The Nightmare, an incubus, symbolizing one sleeping woman’s nightmares and desires, casts a libidinous gaze over her. She is the willing victim, seductively reclining, perhaps in drug-induced ecstasy, the curves of her body revealing themselves under a flowy nightgown. What Anas Albraehe shows… Continue reading Catching Dreams with Anas Albraehe