Verasoni Worldwide to Host Art Exhibit Featuring Prominent Artists From War-Torn Syria

Work of Prominent Syrian Artists Will Be Showcased in Fairfield, NJ as Part of North American Tour


August 13, 2019. Fairfield, NJ. “Emerging Art From War-Torn Syria: War & Hope” an art exhibit showcasing exceptional work by prominent contemporary Syrian artists will be showing at Verasoni Worldwide’s office in Fairfield, NJ, from October 4 to October 6, 2019.

Opening night of the art exhibition will be held on Friday, October 4, 2019 by VIP invitation only and will start at 6:00 PM complete with a reception featuring Aleppo born artist Tony Khawam of Khawam Gallery in Boca Raton, Florida. Refreshments and light fare will be serve served. The exhibition will open to the general public Saturday, October 5, and Sunday and Sunday, October 6. Please see below for times.

Showcased will be the works of highly acclaimed Syrian artists Nizar Sabour, Bassem Dandouh, Asma Fayouni, Adnan Hamidah, Omran Younis, Reem Tarraf, Tony Khawam, Manhal Issa, Elias Ayoob, Rami Sabour, Nimat Badawi, and Bachir Badawi. The exhibit in Fairfield, NJ is part of its North American tour that includes, Montreal, Canada, Brooklyn, New York and Miami, Florida.

The art exhibit tour is part of an arts and culture program and partnership between Awareness Foundation America, Khawam Gallery in association with Common Humanity with the aim of shining a light on the human side of the war and its impact on the artists, while promoting peace efforts in the war-torn country.

“I was born and raised in Aleppo and immigrated to the States at the age of 10 with my family, so this is a highly personal project for me. I see and experience the devastation from the relative safety of my home and office here in the States whether on TV or social media,” said Abe Kasbo, CEO of Verasoni Worldwide. “Art and this type of project in particular have a wonderful way of connecting people, bringing people together, and my hope is to continue to build bridges of understanding and contribute to the healing process,”  continued Kasbo.

“My aim is to raise awareness in the hope of changing the perception from destruction — of haunting and disturbing scenes to hopeful, colorful neighborhoods that are filled with life,” said artist Tony Khawam.


Dates and times of the exhibition are as follows:

Friday, October 4, 2019 opening evening reception 6 PM – 9 PM (light fare and drinks will be served). VIP and by invitation only.

Saturday, October 5, 2019, Noon – 4 PM – Open to the public.

Sunday, October 6, 2019, Noon – 4 PM – Open to the public.



Verasoni Worldwide

271 Route 46

Suite H 202/203

Fairfield, NJ 07004


About Verasoni Worldwide

Verasoni Worldwide is a fiercely independent public relations and marketing communications firm that delivers the highest level of creative and strategic integrated marketing campaigns to clients across the globe.  From marketing to crisis communications, and digital media to advertising and branding, we bring it all together. To learn more about Verasoni Worldwide please visit

About Awareness Foundation America

The Awareness Foundation is an international charity, founded in 2003 by The Reverend Dr. Nadim Nassar with Offices located in London, England, Ross, California. Awareness Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit that works to   partnerships with people of all faiths with initiatives and events, including spreading peace and understanding through arts and culture. Its work focuses on enabling the youth of Syria, Lebanon, and Iraq to promote peace and reconciliation and build bridges with the United States.  To learn more, please visit

About Khawam Gallery

Khawam Gallery represents emerging, mid-career and established visual artists which  focuses on new abstract expressionism, representational and conceptual art in both paintings and sculptures in a variety of media. The gallery started an online virtual artists spaces and curated a number of exhibitions dealing with some of today’s hot issues, such as disturbances caused by social and political issues, immigration, border crossing and gun control. The gallery presents artists of different cultural background and has been active in the communities presenting series of multicultural art exhibitions at art fairs like Art Miami, Art Palm Beach and Art New York, also curated exhibitions in rented gallery spaces and special events. To learn more about Khawam Gallery please visit

About Common Humanity

Common Humanity is a non-profit organization based in New York City which seeks to build understanding, respect and friendship with the Middle East and Muslim world.   We believe that the road to peace in the Middle East lies in recognizing the humanity of people on all sides of the conflict we’re in. Instead of sending more guns to the Middle East, we should be sending compassion and humanitarian relief supplies. For more information please visit