Hanan Awad is a Palestinian American street photographer based in Oklahoma. She is a member of “The Arab Photo Agency.”
Marwan Aridi’s calligraphic art “transcends cultural and historical barriers with a unique blend of the classical and the unfamiliar.”
First exhibited in London at Gallery P21, Palestinian American artist Manal Deeb has titled this exhibition Heart/Homeless. She expands upon the themes of exile and identity that have infused her art practice throughout her journey.
“As a multicultural being, embodied with a Palestinian identity, it was important for me to understand the conflict, rooted into a culture, that influences the narrative of my Palestinian identity.”
In a rare personal appearance in the United States, the world-renowned young Palestinian artist Malak Mattar, will speak at the Jerusalem Fund Gallery Al-Quds and exhibit original artwork.
Yasmine Dabbous explores how fabric becomes a psychological, political and economic force for Syrian refugees, the women whose embroidery gave them solace and income. Molly Sinclair McCartney’s photos of her visit to Syria before the war remind us of the life that once was.