Art Palestine International is a New York-based cultural organization dedicated to Palestinian contemporary art. We collaborate with museums, galleries, and non-profits to produce art exhibitions, events, and publications.


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How Green Was My Valley

ArtPalestine International and Whitebox Art Center are pleased to present How Green Was My Valley, an exhibition highlighting a generation of artists who have been led by the subject of Palestine to develop new aesthetic visions and practices in the face of a decades-long occupation.

The exhibition will run from April 3-27, 2014 at Whitebox Art Center, 329 Broome Street, New York, NY.

Employing photography, video, installation, and new media, the exhibition’s artists explore issues of mobility and migration, depleted natural resources, and political marginalization as experienced through Palestine’s fragmented state.

Mohamed Abusal
Tarek Al Ghoussein
Mohammed Al Hawajri
Joseph Audeh
Samira Badran
Taysir Batniji
Rana Bishara
Haitham Ennasr
Tanya Habjouqa
Wafa Hourani
Jeffar Khaldi
Mohammed Musallam
Larissa Sansour
Amer Shomali
Mary Tuma
Elias Wakeem

Image credit: Mohammed Musallam, Cultural Siege, 2012

Exhibition catalog (PDF)






Panoramic View

Palestinian Youth: the Forms of Everyday Engagements, 18-19 November 2013, Birzeit University

Program En (PDF)
Program Ar (PDF)

Gestures of Return

Hani Zurob solo exhibition “Flying lesson” & “Waiting” this Thursday, November 14 at at Le Cube

2013 Annenberg Prize awarded to Laurie Jo Reynolds and Khaled Hourani

http://artdaily.com/news/64119/2013-Annenberg-Prize-awarded-to-Laurie-Jo-Reynolds-and-Khaled-Hourani#.UnHEvPmshcY

Films Screening, Wednesday 30/10/2013 in Khalil Sakakini Cultural Center @ 6:00 PM

Nuit Blanche

The Degree Show 2013

Poetic justice: The writer Najwan Darwish on PalFest and his first volume of poetry

From The National