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Individual exhibition of Vera Tamari - how many warriors passed t

Start Date:
21 Nov 2019
End Date:
12 Jan 2020
Start Time
10:00 AM
End Time
9:00 PM
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21-11-2019 10:00 12-01-2020 21:00 Asia/Jerusalem Individual exhibition of Vera Tamari - how many warriors passed t

Gallery One in cooperation with Khalil Sakakini Cultural Centre cordially invite you to the opening of

Warriors Passed by Here

A solo exhibition by Vera Tamari

Opening: Monday 18 November 2019 at 5:00 pm at Khalil Sakakini Cultural Centre

The exhibition runs until 12 January 2020

This exhibition presents Vera Tamari’s recent work in ceramic sculpture, painting and installations, encompassing a multi-dimensional edge in her artistic practice over half a century. In Warriors Passed by Here, Vera draws on her intimate memories, her visions, both troubled and beautiful, of Palestinian land and seascapes, and her interrogation of the past of a fragile and battle-scarred land. This exhibition brings together her personal observations and reflections on nature celebrating its beauty with pride and hope while aware of the ubiquitous, pitiless sequel of wars, death and loss of a country.
In contrast to her idyllic landscape paintings, Vera turns towards abstraction in some works, as in her portrayal of the hills of Palestine’s central highlands and the swirling trunks of olive trees, metamorphosing into suggestive female torsos. This exhibition which encompasses many layered influences and skills, is a departure for both viewers who have followed Vera’s work over decades and a homecoming for those who come new to it.

Ramallah & Albireh
Khalil Sakakini Cultural Center
Alraja'a St. Al Masyoon Near Altashre'e Circle, Ramallah & Albireh

Individual exhibition of Vera Tamari - how many warriors passed t

Gallery One in cooperation with Khalil Sakakini Cultural Centre cordially invite you to the opening of

Warriors Passed by Here

A solo exhibition by Vera Tamari

Opening: Monday 18 November 2019 at 5:00 pm at Khalil Sakakini Cultural Centre

The exhibition runs until 12 January 2020

This exhibition presents Vera Tamari’s recent work in ceramic sculpture, painting and installations, encompassing a multi-dimensional edge in her artistic practice over half a century. In Warriors Passed by Here, Vera draws on her intimate memories, her visions, both troubled and beautiful, of Palestinian land and seascapes, and her interrogation of the past of a fragile and battle-scarred land. This exhibition brings together her personal observations and reflections on nature celebrating its beauty with pride and hope while aware of the ubiquitous, pitiless sequel of wars, death and loss of a country.
In contrast to her idyllic landscape paintings, Vera turns towards abstraction in some works, as in her portrayal of the hills of Palestine’s central highlands and the swirling trunks of olive trees, metamorphosing into suggestive female torsos. This exhibition which encompasses many layered influences and skills, is a departure for both viewers who have followed Vera’s work over decades and a homecoming for those who come new to it.

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21-11-2019 10:00 12-01-2020 21:00 Asia/Jerusalem Individual exhibition of Vera Tamari - how many warriors passed t

Gallery One in cooperation with Khalil Sakakini Cultural Centre cordially invite you to the opening of

Warriors Passed by Here

A solo exhibition by Vera Tamari

Opening: Monday 18 November 2019 at 5:00 pm at Khalil Sakakini Cultural Centre

The exhibition runs until 12 January 2020

This exhibition presents Vera Tamari’s recent work in ceramic sculpture, painting and installations, encompassing a multi-dimensional edge in her artistic practice over half a century. In Warriors Passed by Here, Vera draws on her intimate memories, her visions, both troubled and beautiful, of Palestinian land and seascapes, and her interrogation of the past of a fragile and battle-scarred land. This exhibition brings together her personal observations and reflections on nature celebrating its beauty with pride and hope while aware of the ubiquitous, pitiless sequel of wars, death and loss of a country.
In contrast to her idyllic landscape paintings, Vera turns towards abstraction in some works, as in her portrayal of the hills of Palestine’s central highlands and the swirling trunks of olive trees, metamorphosing into suggestive female torsos. This exhibition which encompasses many layered influences and skills, is a departure for both viewers who have followed Vera’s work over decades and a homecoming for those who come new to it.

Ramallah & Albireh
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