Exhibition view.
Rula Halawani. Negative Incursion series, 2002. C-prints on metallic digital paper.
Rula Halawani. Negative Incursion series, 2002.
Rula Halawani. Negative Incursion series, 2002.
Rula Halawani. The Wall series, 2005. Archival inkjet print on archival paper.
Laila Shawa. Walls of Gaza series, 1994.
Laila Shawa. Blood Money, from the Walls of Gaza series, 1994. Lithograph.
Jumana Emil Abboud. Smuggling Lemons, 2006. Video, 20'33”.
Jumana Emil Abboud. Smuggling Lemons, 2006. Video, 20'33”.
Samira Badran. Memory of the Land, 2017. Video, 12’50”.
Suha Shoman. Bayyaritna, 2009. Video, 8’10”.
Suha Shoman. Stop for God’s Sake, 2008. Video Installation, 13’07”.
Suha Shoman. Stop for God’s Sake, 2008. Video Installation, 13’07”.
Emily Jacir. Crossing Surda (a record of going to and from work), 2002.
Emily Jacir. Crossing Surda (a record of going to and from work), 2002.
Rachid Koraïchi. A Nation in Exile, 1985/1992. Calligraphy by Hassan Massoudi, poetry by Mahmoud Darwish.
Rachid Koraïchi. A Nation in Exile, 1985/1992. Calligraphy Hassan Massoudi, poetry Mahmoud Darwish.
A screening of a talk by Professor Walid Khalidi on the Nakba at SOAS, University of London, 2009, ’’19’57.
Wael Shawky. Al Aqsa Park, 2006. Video, 30'00”.
Wael Shawky. Al Aqsa Park, 2006. Video, 30'00”.
Khaled Hourani. The Jerusalem Milestone, 2009-ongoing.
Khaled Hourani. The Flag, 2013.
Khaled Hourani. The Story of the Watermelon, 2007.
Exhibition view.
Abdul Hay Mosallam. The Martyr, 2008.
Ahmad Nawash. The Palestinian Cause (Golda Meir and the Funeral), 1973.
Ismail Shammout. The Sea and Us, 1984.
Abdul Hay Mosallam. Gaza, 2009, and The Martyr Dalal Mughrabi, 1978. Acrylic on sawdust and glue.
Suha Shoman. We Won't Leave, 2024.
Suha Shoman. We Won't Leave, 2024.
Suha Shoman. We Won't Leave, 2024.
Suha Shoman. We Won't Leave, 2024.
Suha Shoman. We Won't Leave, 2024.
Suha Shoman. We Won't Leave, 2024.
exhibition
In Solidarity with Palestine

24 October 2023 – 28 March 2024

In light of the tragic situation currently unfolding in Palestine, which is manifesting in the loss of countless innocent lives, the amplification of artists' voices is needed now more than ever. Artists are witnesses to the injustices of our world today, and offer new visions for how we may live in the future. This is why Darat al Funun is here today.

Artworks on display from the Khalid Shoman Collection by artists:  Samira BadranJumana Emil AbboudRula HalawaniMona HatoumKhaled HouraniEmily JacirAbdul Hay MosallamAhmad NawashIsmail ShammoutLaila ShawaWael Shawky, and Suha Shoman, currently on display.

The exhibited works document artistic resistance in Palestine throughout history and across various artistic media, including drawing, photography, design, calligraphy, poetry, art installations and video works.

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