Made in Palestine
is the first museum-quality exhibition devoted to the contemporary art of Palestine to be held in the United States. It is a survey of work spanning three generations of Palestinian artists who live in the West Bank, Gaza Strip, parts of Israel, Syria, Jordan, and the United States. [article]
Now I thought this one was just simply brilliant…
Nida Sinnokrot’s “Rubber-Coated Rocks”, 2002. Media: Rocks and rubber.
(Photo: Michael Stravato)
They look tasty:D
I’m glad that the exhibition is still circulating since 2003. I love Rajie cooks’ work. An amazing coneptualist
Indeed. I absolutely love it.