Colors From Palestine: 2006 Wall Calendar


Mohammad Salameh and Lama Jamjoum established Resistance Art (www.resistanceart.com) in 2005.  Since then they have published a series of wall calendars, “Colors from Palestine,” which each contain a dozen reproduced artworks by as many different Palestinian artists.  The following artists and artwork are featured in the calendar for 2006:

1.  Hassan Hourani was born in Hebron in 1974. – “Hassan Everywhere,” 2002.  Acrylic on paper, 100 x 70 cm.

2.  Tayseer Barakat was born in Jabalia Refugee Camp in the Gaza Strip in 1959. – “Untitled,” 1990.  Ind and dye on paper, 50 x 70 cm.

3.  Asad ‘Azi  was born in Shfa ‘Amr, Galilee, in 1955.  – “Spring,” 1992.  Mixed media, 168 x 105 cm.

4.  Samia Taktak Zaru was born in Nablus in 1938. – “Jerusalem,” 1990.  Oil on canvas with Palestinian embroidery, 90 x 120 cm.

5.  Nasser Soumi was born in Palestine in 1948. – “Celebrating Indigo,” 2004.  Coral, natural indigo, 20 x 20 cm.

6.  Mohammad Abu Sall was born in Breij refugee camp in Gaza in 1976.  – “The Family,” 2000.  90 x 70 cm.

7.  Samira Badran was born in Libya in 1954.  – “United Fire,” 1994.  Acrylic on paper, 110 x 130 cm.

8.  ‘Abed ‘Abdi was born in Haifa in 1942.  – “The Wall,” 2004.  Mixed media on canvas, 50 x 50 cm.

9.  Vera Tamari was born in Jerusalem in 1945.  – “Oracles from the Sea,” 1996.  Sculptural installation, terracotta, iron, photos.

10.  Abdel Hadi Shalla.  – “Jerusalem,” 2001.  Acrylic colors, 40 x 60 inches.

11.   ‘Ali Qleibo was born in Jerusalem.  – “Autumn Leaves,” 2000.  Oil on canvas, 150 x 100 cm.

12.  Sami Zu’bi was born in Nazareth in 1956. – “Jerusalem?”, 1998-99.  Clear casted resin with interior images, 48 x 96 inches.

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