Khaldoon Daoud

Khaldoon Daoud
Born: 11 August 1960
Jordanian painter, photographer, designer and film maker.

Khaldoon's art is a mirror to Khaldoon's life. He rejected framing his life within certain boundaries and has embarked on a journey to rediscover himself again and again. In his journey, Khaldoon has shifted places, masks, and convictions. Khaldoon is inspired by his country and people; by the material and spiritual history of these hallowed places whose layer after layer he lays bare, just like he did with the old houses he restored in Fuhais, and very much unlike the way he hides his inner core. Myth, religion, architecture, landscape and, above all, faces that speak of their own history, stir his artistic impulses, drive him to cycles of creation.

Khaldoon established Rowaq ALBalqa Foundation, believing art breaks boarders between nations. It’s considered as a cultural forum where the Arab and International artists networks to exchange knowledge, culture and vision. It is an artist platform with a common art for exhibitions, dialogue, exchange and interaction with the local community and the international communities. The foundation also is specialized in producing art books in addition to film-making related to art and the environment Rowaq has been actively become a professional foundation in conducting art workshop and art symposiums in the Middle East and Europe.

Aqaba Book (2011)
The train passed (2008)
(Rivers Dialogue)
Energy and Dignity (2004)
La Rosa Di Pizzo Nero(2003)
The Legendary of Perta (1996)
George Bahjouri (1997)
Bahjouri (1993)