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Trained as an architect, Reem Aljeally is a visual artist and curator whose work explores the personality and life of a young woman. She draws her inspiration from personal reflection, observations, and curiosity. Her curatorial practice has been intrigued by questions of forming one’s identity in its social context, spaces we inhabit, and what forms the Sudanese contemporary scene. She founded The Muse multi studios in 2019, an integrative regional artistic organization with a contemporary art gallery in Khartoum.


Basics of Drawing and oil painting

Training Diploma | Khartoum Arts training centre | 2019


Bachelors degree | University of Khartoum | 2013 – 2018

Experiences (Selection)

Founder, director, curator

The Muse multi studios, August 2019 – Present

Artists development program coordinator

Ubuntu art gallery – Cairo, Egypt, September 2023 – Present

Curator, exhibtion designer

The French Cultural Center Khartoum, Jan – March 2023

Arts and culture projects manager

Savannah innovation labs, February 2021 – March 2022

Art mediator, author

INTERFERENCE Light Art Project – Tunis, Tunisia, May – September 2022



Inside the corner pink house

Bibliothek Art Gallery, Cairo, Egypt, January – February 2024

Middle voids

The French Cultural center, Khartoum, Sudan, August 2022

Born in memory

Savannah innovation labs, Khartoum, Sudan, February 2021

Group (Selection)

Disturbance in The Nile

Casa Arabe, Madrid, Spain, March – May 2024

Broteria art gallery / Downtown Gallery, Lisbon, Portugal, June – July 2023

The Wandering of Dreams

Gallery Melike Bilir, Hamburg, Germany, February – March 2024

Home: A Daydream

Tribal gallery, Nairobi, Kenya, October 2023

The gold of the grandmother

Mouches Volantes, Cologne, Germany, July 2023


Tewasart Gallery, Kampala, Uganda, May 2023

The forest and desert school revisited

Circle Art Gallery, Nairobi, Kenya | November – December 2022

Bad posture

Ecelectica contemporary, Cape town, South Africa | May 2022

Art in isolation: creativity in the time of covid 19

Group exhibit at The Middle east Institute,Washington Dc. | November 2020 – January 2021

Art Fairs

ARTLIFE FEST 2023, ArtLife Academy, Moscow, Russia, November 2023

FNB Art Joburg, Johannesburg, South Africa, September 2022

Selected talks

Sudan Today, Revolutionary consciousness & Transnational Solidarity, Orfalea Center, October 2023

Contemporary arts and war in Sudan, INSPIRE PROJECT Seminar, June 2023

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE: Conference by Tasawar collective, Tunis, Tunisia, July 2022

Awards & Residencies

NextLevel Production Fund Award, Goethe Institute | 2023

Wijhat, Culture Resource | 2022

Sudan Moves Residency, Goethe Institute | September – November 2020