Sultan Al Remeithi United Arab Emirates, b. 1989

Sultan Al Remeithi (b. Abu Dhabi, 1989) is an Emirati artist who documents interactions, moments and emotions. He recreates moments from everyday life, from immediate interactions, to collected memorabilia and imagined scenarios that depict the world around him. In various mediums that include painting, collage, sculpture and immersive installation, the artist captures moments that now no longer exist. The works become time capsules that are brought back to life through an expressive, bright colour palette. Through the recreation of his world, an interaction, or an emotion, an action is documented and being reflected upon. Sultan’s works come together creating an unrealistic timeline surveying a wide range of elements of his life, some true to nature and others of exaggeration.
Sultan holds a BA in Illustration from University of the Arts London, Camberwell College (2014). He was part of the 6th Cohort of the Sheikha Salama bint Hamdan Emerging Artist Fellowship (SEAF), graduating in 2019. Sultan recently participated in In-Habit, Engage 101, Abu Dhabi, UAE (2022), where he showcased a new series of architectural collages. The artist has also participated in The Swimming Pool, Carbon 12, Dubai, UAE (2022); Do You See How I See You?, Maisan 15, Dubai, UAE (2020); Community & Critique: SEAF Cohort 6 Show, Warehouse 421, Abu Dhabi, UAE (2019); No White Walls, Sofitel, Abu Dhabi, UAE (2016); National Day, Etihad Modern Art Gallery, Abu Dhabi, UAE (2016); King Arthur, Glastonbury Gallery, Glastonbury, UK (2014); and Pop Up Show, The Bell, London, UK (2014).