"Darghouth describes her work as leaning more towards German Expressionism, insisting on expressing “her” colours, and using visible, vigorous brushstrokes, rather than adhering to the “realism” of the element she is depicting. She also admits an affinity for the Abstract Expressionism of Willem De Kooning, the Dutch-American artist mostly active in the 1950s."


Tagreed Darghouth in Harper's Bazaar Arabia

Painter, Tagreed Darghouth, uses abstract impressionism and impasto layers applied with gestural brushstrokes to tackle topics concerning structural violence, popular culture, and the marginalised.