PARALLEL PATHS : PALESTINIANS, NATIVE AMERICANS, IRISH
Reviewed in the Washington Post!
To see the video of musicians performing at the opening, see below:
To see the video of the Artists’ Viewpoints panel, see below:
To see the video of John Halaka, one of the artists featured in the show,
talk about his work at the Jerusalem Fund, November 1st, click here.
Arts, and co-curated by Dagmar Painter opens September 6, 2013 through
October 18. The exhibition features 39 artists from around the world who
have created 64 artworks that examine the shared historical and
contemporary paths of three cultures: Palestinian, Native American and
Irish.The exhibition examines themes such as occupation,
conflict, resistance, land, food, home, identity, diaspora and more.
Musicians from all three cultures performed during the Friday evening
Fuad Foty, oud
Dawn Avery, rattles, drums and Haudenosawnee songs
Michael Winch, Irish fiddle
Contemporary artists from all three cultural groups
have created original paintings, photographs, prints, drawings, artist
books and films considering their historical and contemporary links.
After its run at the Jerusalem Fund Gallery Al-Quds, the exhibition
will travel for 5 years, exhibiting in galleries in the United States
and abroad. A full list of the venues will be available soon.
Check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TheMapIsNotTheTerritory for updates and peeks..
Andrew Ellis Johnson
Jaune Quick-to-See Smith
Kerry Vander Meer
Michael Elizondo, Jr.
Najib Joe Hakim
Tom Quinn Kumpf