The Saatchi Gallery's new show, Unveiled: New Art From the Middle East, opens on Friday in London. Shadi Ghadirian's untitled piece, from the Like Everyday series, features among the works.
The exhibition showcases work by more than 20 contemporary artists from the region, including several paintings by Iranian-American artist Tala Madani.
"Cutting edge" painting, sculpture and installations from the "flourishing contemporary Arabic art scene" adorn the Chelsea gallery, such as The Tower of Infinite Problems, by Diana Al-Hadid.
Qalandia, by artist Wafa Hourani, takes its name from a well known Israeli military checkpoint in the West Bank.
In WshhWshh, artist Nadia Ayari portrays two women dressed in burkas sharing a secret to heighten the "mysteries and fascination" surrounding the veil.
A person views Ghost, a group of Muslim women in prayer made out of foil, by artist Kader Attia.
Beirut Caoutchouc is a large black rubber mat in the shape of Beirut's current map, by artist Marwan Rechmaoui.
Ramin Haerizadeh's work is reminiscent of the traditional designs of Persian tapestries, carvings, architecture and fabrics. The exhibition runs from 30 January until 6 May.