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Art Gallery Reception: Jawad al Malhi

Hosted by the Consul of the Amman Arts & Culture Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Mon 12 Mar 18:00 - 20:00

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Protected content has the pleasure to present an exhibition by prominent Palestinian artist Jawad al Malhi. Jawad received his MA in Fine Art from the Winchester School of Art, UK. His work over the years has focused on exploring communities and their relationship to their environments, local knowledge and everyday practices through painting, video, installation, sculpture and photography. His most recent works are based on close observation of the dynamics of crowds in public space and group formations, with particular focus on the moments after events and times of waiting. His work often explores the relationship between the still and moving images which aim to expose and bring to the foreground a variety of viewpoints and challenge the position of audiences.

Recent solo exhibitions include, Is There a Place for Me Here?/Is There Any Room at the Inn? (Walled Off Hotel, Protected content House No. 197, (ERG, Brussels Protected content and Measures of Uncertainty, (Al Ma`mal Foundation Protected content . Al Malhi participated in a large number of group exhibitions and fairs, including the Venice Biennale, Protected content Documenta 13, Kassel, Germany, Protected content and Art Dubai, Protected content .

Al Malhi was shortlisted for the Frieze Foundation Cartier Award, and has been nominated for Prix Pictet. He was Artist-in-Residence at the Delfina Foundation with Solo Show of New Works Protected content Artist-in-Residence at Mamaus Ecole Lisbon. He was also awarded the Accented Residency at the Townhouse Gallery Cairo Protected content , and at IASPIS, Stockholm, Protected content . His works are held in private and public collections in Europe and the Middle East, including, the British Museum, the Imperial War Museum, London, UK; the Pompidou Centre, France; the Kamal Lazzar Foundation, Tunis; and the Barjeel Collection, UAE. Since Protected content has worked on various education projects in Jerusalem and the West Bank and in Europe, with children, youth and teachers. Jawad al Malhi lives and works in East Jerusalem.

The exhibition continues through 11 April Protected content . For more information, please contact Protected content