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Faik Al-Aboudi is a French painter of Iraqi descent.
Born in Baghdad, Faik has lived in Lausanne since 1999. From 1990 onward he has participated in numerous group exhibitions in Iraq. His first personal exhibition at The Gallery Enae in Baghdad, arrived in 1996.
Since the start of his career Faik demonstrated interest in the history of Iraq; The land of Mesopotamian origin. His paintings reveal cuneiform symbols on the oldest written language. His paintings are in numerous private collections in several states of the world.