• Copy: Dane Rahlf & Matt Norman

1990
Acrylic on canvas, 120x50cm
Symbolism in the Archaic Procession,
1992
Decay, Mixed media on canvas, 114x195cm
1995
Mixed media on canvas, 37x135cm
The Prague Chess Game,
1995
Mixed media on canvas, 30x90cm Blue without Himmelblau,
1995
The Wild Cat & the Elephant on the Charles Bridge, Mixed media on canvas, 100x160cm
2008
Memories, War and Hope, Mixed media on canvas, Triptych, 200x360cm
Black Elephant, 2018
Mixed media on canvas, 200x340.3cm
Description ARCHAIC PROCESSION The Archaic Procession emerged in Karam’s work in the 1990’s on paper and in paintings as a visual language celebrating diversity in response to conflict rooted in cultural, religious or ethnic difference. Their processional configuration is solemn, with echoes of a performed ritual and paintings from ancient cultures. On paper and canvas, the shadows or roots of the Archaic Procession elements go deep underground to reach the places where the city’s stories of the past and memories can be found.