London, Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf bin Abdulaziz, the Saudi Ambassador to the United Kingdom paid a visit to London Biennale, which runs until September 23.
This exhibition is attended by the founder of the exhibition Sir John Suriel and the general manager of the exhibition Sumantro Goss.
The prince inspected the Kingdom pavilion participating, in the exhibition, where he learned about the joint project of the Saudi artist Lulwa Al-Hamoud, praising the wings of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, participating in the London Biennale for Design, where King Abdul Aziz International Cultural Center, in Dhahran, takes part, in the venue, on an initiative of Saudi Aramco, which aimed at promoting culture, creativity and cooperation across cultures, under the patronage of the Saudi artist Lulwa Al-Hamoud art works, at the exhibition.
London Biennale exhibition is a showcase for a group of leading designers and innovators from 40 countries around the world, focusing on the theme of "Feelings" and how to integrate geometry and emotion in the realms of logic and language.
Source: Saudi Press Agency