Sultan Gallery

Initially founded in Kuwait in 1969 by the late siblings Ghazi and Najat Sultan, the gallery has operated until 1990 and then reopened in 2006.

168, St 105, Block 8, South Subhan

For over forty years, the Sultan Gallery has played an important role in introducing Arab artists to broader audiences.

Upon reopening in 2006 in Sabhan industrial area, Sultan Gallery has continued working avidly with a wide range of artists to advance a critical art discourse emerging in the country.

Although Sultan Gallery pays special attention to contemporary photography, it is not limited to this one medium. The Gallery takes pride in supporting up-and-coming artists, and is highly receptive to experimental practices dealing with sound, video, performance, publications, as well as networks and the media.

Rather than representing a fixed group of artists, Sultan Gallery continuously develops its relationship with exhibitors, and potential collaborators, as part of its mission to build solid alliances within the creative class for a more contemporary Kuwait.

Since its inception, the gallery has mounted artworks by many leading and upcoming Middle Eastern and Kuwaiti artists.


Contacts & Details
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T: +965 24714325
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168, St 105, Block 8, South Subhan