Artist, calligrapher and jeweler Katie Miranda’s paintings explore moments of sumoud (steadfastness) and todamon (solidarity).
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.
“These paintings describe the circumstances of war, and how war can change our human nature and awaken the instinct of murder inside us and turn our lives from brothers and friends to predatory enemies.”
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.
Inspired by the narrative paintings of Jacob Lawrence’s Migration series from 1940-1941, Zughaib’s “Syrian Migration Series” begins with the initial uprisings of the “Arab Spring” and its aftermath, the Syrian civil war and subsequent displacement of millions of people and a following refugee crisis that continues to affect the Arab world, Europe and the United States.