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Camp_1.jpg
This is an image of a dirt street, lined on both sides with low mud houses, without any people present.

I shot this image in 1977 while passing through this UNRWA camp. The negatives were developed and a proof sheet was made, but then the…

peacegate.jpg
A large arched gate loom in the foreground, straddling a serpentine road that winds its way through a peaceful and verdant landscape. The painting is very textured with layers and layers of 4 words- life, love, justice, and peace in Arabic, English,…

Searching for escape.jpg
A small transparent acrylic panel over a color xerox of a man, peering over two red-splattered maps of the middle east, searching for a way out.

Searching for an escape from the tyranny of the past and the bloodshed of the present middle east.

Endless Sorrow.jpg
Two robotic figures are seen leaving a house, one carrying the other who is draped in his arms, mortally wounded.

I was an American serving in the Israeli army in the mid-1970s, when during basic training, members of the PLO came into a small…

Sacrifice.jpg
Sacrifice was painted in San Francisco after I returned from a 6-month stay in Israel/Palestine as an artist-in-residence in 1988 during the first Intifada. The images are from photographs and sketches of a soldier, teacher, the artist, a child, and…

The Exiled-2, acrylic and mixed media on canvas_ 7X9 feet.JPG
This painting is no. #2 of the series of 'Exiled'. I tried to capture the inner feeling of those who are forced to leave their houses, families, friends, the most; their homeland. These feelings are hard to depict as they are very deep. How do you…

The Exiled-1, acrylic and mixed media on canvas_ 7X9 feet.JPG
People leaving their country forcibly. The big cube represents the Homeland. They are carrying each other. They are leaving their country, but, their country will NOT leave them. We know that history is always written by the winners. Yet, for me; we…

Asylum in Art 2020.pdf
‘Asylum in Art’ is a photo-narrative exhibition taking the audience on an experiential tour of lived reality. Asylum in Art shines a lens on what life is like inside a British Immigration Removal Centre (IRC) and beyond release into a community in…

Biba5322.jpg
May Murad's series of paintings, Flower Of Freedom (Separated From Every Garden), were created in response to poetic theatre texts written by Habibah Sheikh, a nomadic performance artist originally from Lebanon, and the curator of the Mitli Mitlak…

IMG_5420.jpg
Image of Mandala Project Venice: We Are Humanity, an immersive installation, works on paper, and videos of the Mandala Project Series.
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