July 2018
All Cities

Samir Salameh’s

Ramallah & Al-Bireh (02)

Samir Salameh’s Retrospective presents original paintings by one of the most important Palestinian artists. Works are exhibited in four spaces throughout Palestine, Open Monday through Saturday till August 15. Gallery One.

Samir Salameh’s Retrospective

East Jerusalem (02)

Samir Salameh’s Retrospective presents original paintings by one of the most important Palestinian artists. Works are exhibited in four spaces throughout Palestine. Open Monday through Saturday till August 15. Palestinian Art Court ‒ Al Hoash.

Samir Salameh’s Retrospective

Bethlehem (02)

Samir Salameh’s Retrospective presents original paintings by one of the most important Palestinian artists. Works are exhibited in four spaces throughout Palestine. Open Monday through Saturday till August 15. Bab idDeir Art Gallery.

Opening of Messages of the Wall and the Spirit

Nablus (09)

Opening of Messages of the Wall and the Spirit by the Gazan artist May Mourad, and the presentation and discussion of The Palestinians, a book written by Chloé Rouveyrolles and Mélinée Le Priol. ‎Institut Français of Nablus, An Najah Al-Qadim Street.

Opening of Samir Salameh’s Retrospective

Ramallah & Al-Bireh (02)

Opening of Samir Salameh’s Retrospective, which presents original paintings by one of the most important Palestinian artists. Works are exhibited in four spaces throughout Palestine. The exhibition can be viewed Monday through Saturday until August 15. Zawyeh Gallery.

Subcontracted Nations

Ramallah & Al-Bireh (02)

Subcontracted Nations is a group exhibition that questions differing concepts of nation, with the participation of 55 local and international artists. For further information, visit https://bit.ly/2t1IUay. A.M. Qattan Foundation.

The 16th Century exhibition

Ramallah & Al-Bireh (02)

The 16th Century exhibition, curated by Zahran Y. Jaghab, presents a glimpse into Ramallah’s past through historical artifacts, stories, and documents. Organized by Dar Zahran Heritage Building. Dar Zahran.