Sami Mohammad is a Kuwaiti artist and sculptor considered one of the pioneers of cultural and artistic movements in Kuwait and throughout the region. He’s best known for his bronze sculptures and for addressing themes related to humanity and human suffering. One of the leading founders of the Free Atelier, his continuous dedication to his work helped push the boundaries of society and greatly contribute to the artistic history of the Arab world.
His work was featured in the Kuwaiti Pavilion of the 55th Venice Biennale and he has exhibited internationally and throughout the Arab region. He has won numerous awards and his work forms part of various public and private collections.