The 76-year-old painter has been documenting his people, their ancestors, their land, and their fight for liberation for over half a century.
“Many people are asking their institutions to speak up and not be silent,” said Faisal Saleh of the Palestine Museum US.
After the Arab Film Festival was postponed, organizers launched a new program of feature-length films, documentaries, and shorts that focus on personal stories.
Jenin Yaseen and Sameerah Ahmad staged an 18-hour action at the Royal Ontario Museum after it asked to remove sections of their works.
P21 Gallery in London assembles an eclectic artist collective to commemorate and count the consequences of the Palestinian Catastrophe, 75 years later.
EAST JERUSALEM — Walking through the Muslim Quarter of Jerusalem’s Old City it is hard not be to fascinated by the folk paintings appearing on the homes of pilgrims who returned from the Hajj in Mecca.
We caught up with the Palestinian artist Larissa Sansour, who as we reported on Wednesday is the artist that the French luxury apparel label Lacoste wanted to exclude from the 2011 Lacoste Elysée Prize for being “too pro-Palestinian.”
A controversy is brewing in Switzerland, where French luxury label Lacoste has attempted to strong arm a museum in Lausanne, Switzerland, to exclude Palestinian artist Larissa Sansour from the Lacoste Elysée Prize.