The excellent pioneering feminist experience in the Arab and Saudi art, that lies within a journey mixed with hints of resistance to represent the presence of an unveiled face in a conservative society.
The artist style shook a number of questions in regard to the creative and artistic process in Arabia. Al-Nimer weaves a number of images that represent her in a certain moment in time by using her own face as the main subject treated with different techniques. How does she then multiply that singular face? Between “I” and the “other”, the image of that Saudi artist saturate to open up through the expressions it carries within to the context of complex representation over the canvas cloth. To comply to a variety of pictorial scenes representing that ego.
The journey of art, and its philosophical presence, interweaves through its overt and inherent aesthetics. Therefore, the visual representations in Al-Nimer’s work varies between realistic and imaginative representation reaching a spot in the viewer’s memory that can instigate everchanging images of aesthetic compositions embellished with a rejuvenated style that adds a unique personality to her work.
Al-Nimer is a woman of this world, drenched in Islamic culture, she exhibited her work in many solo-exhibitions in and outside her country. In addition, she participated in many exhibitions and art fairs, such as: Exhibition of Contemporary Art in the Museum of Modern Art in Sweden 2012; and in the Museum of the Prince of Wales in Mumbai 2010; Islamic Art Fair in the Museum of Islamic Art in Sharjah 2014; the Hall State Beden Body Ziihin Minds Ant Gallerist` Maksem 2018; Art and the Kingdom Exhibition in Made in..Gallery in London 2019; Vision 240 Artists in celebration of the 30th anniversary of Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris 2018.
She also received many awards, including: 1st place in the annual Saudi Contemporary Art competition 2010, the award of the second edition of the Youth Competition 2010; Calligraphy award of 2011.