Lulwah Al Homoud is an established international award winner artist who  received the first place National Award prize for Visual Art in 2021. She also  received the RAWABI prize for fostering cultural ties between UK and KSA in  London 2020. 


Lulwah is an artist and curator who started her career in London after finishing  her MA degree in Art and design from Central Saint Martins in 2000 and her style  became recognized globally. She exhibited East and West and her work is among  the permanent collection of international museums such as LACMA, Los Angeles  County Museum, USA, The British Museum, UK, Five Continents Museum,  Germany, Jeju Museum, Korea and The Green Box Museum, Holland.  She was recently a participant in the first edition of Noor Riyadh Festival. She is also in many renowned international art institutions, among them, The  Written Art Foundation in Germany, Barjeel Art Foundation in UAE and RAK art  Foundation, Bahrain. 


She represented Saudi Arabia at The London Design Biennial in 2018 and at The  Hermitage Museum in Russia with other international artists in 2019. Al  Homoud's work was also sold through auction houses such as Sotheby's, Christies  and Bonham's. Lulwah had 9 solo exhibitions during her career. Her work was  featured in many art fairs. Lulwah is the founder of LAHAF Art Foundation based in Riyadh.