Registry:Location:MIDDLE EAST alphabetical by last name

Ruth Adler, Still Alive, 2016. Ultrachrome inkjet print. 22 x 17 inches.

Ruth Adler Artist

Born in Winnipeg, Ruth Adler lives and works in Toronto and Tel Aviv. Her artwork includes paintings, digital works on paper, animation and textiles and has been exhibited internationally since the 1980s. She has had numerous solo exhibitions at Jim Kempner Fine Art in New York and the Lonsdale Gallery in Toronto, as well as a retrospective at the Lorber Gallery in Tel Aviv. Continue reading

Last Update:April 7, 2018

Khaled Hourani Artist

(B. Hebron, Palestine, 1965) Khaled Hourani lives and works in Ramallah. He was the Artistic Director 2007­2010 and the Director of the International Academy of Art ­ Palestine from 2010 to 2013. Previously worked as General Director of the Fine Arts Department in the Palestinian Ministry of Culture (2004­06. Hourani has participated in many local and international exhibitions, most recently, 2017 a retrospective at Darat Al funun, Amman, Jordan.
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Last Update:April 5, 2018

Microbial Selfies (prints), 20"x30", collage: Kim Chi, Blueberry Mead, Red Cabbage Kraut, 2015.

Leila Nadir Artist

Leila Nadir is an Afghan-American critic, scholar, artist, and creative writer, and lecturer in Sustainability and Environmental Humanities at the University of Rochester. She earned her PhD in English from Columbia University in 2009, where she studied environmental thought, critical theory, and contemporary literature, and was Andrew Mellon Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellow of Environmental Humanities at Wellesley College in 2010-2011. Continue reading

Last Update:December 7, 2017

The River Has Two Banks, 2012-present, ongoing project initiated by Shuruq Harb, Samah Hijawi and Toleen Touq.

Toleen Touq Curator

Toleen Touq is a curator, cultural producer and writer who has recently moved to Toronto. Her approach takes site-responsiveness as a methodology to build radical pedagogical platforms and alternative knowledge systems. Continue reading

Last Update:April 5, 2018