From the Editors
The New York Times says Jadaliyya "Brings New Life to Arab Studies." Read about it by clicking here.
Bashar Alhroub is a Palestinian artist born in 1978 in Jerusalem, Palestine. He completed his MFA in 2010 at Winchester School of Art- University of Southampton in the UK. He has produced a body of work that directly dealt with the polemics of a place, how to humanize it, and its influence on his creativity. He asserts his identity as essentially a part of, and perhaps an outsider to, those places. His work has developed from paintings, Photography, video Installation, and mixed media. He has exhibited his work in Palestine and internationally, including The Institute of Contemporary Arts ICA London, Eli and Edythe Broad Museum- Michigan - USA, Center for Contemporary Art “Lazania “, Gdansk, Poland, Mosaic Rooms, AM Qattan Foundation, London –UK, Green Art Gallery, Dubai, UAE, , Birzeit Ethnographic and Art Museum – Palestine, Instants Vidéo festival 24th”, Marseille – France, Mana gallery, Istanbul, Turkey, and many others.
"The main aims of the democratization package seem to be covering up the state’s colonial history and responsibility for the “Kurdish problem,” and deliberately overlooking the economic marginalization and class stratification, as well the intensification of a class-based division of labor, in the country."click | email | tweet