Exhibitions Archive

2017

The prints on exhibition are based on drawings made by Samia Halaby documenting the Kafr Qasem Massacre, which occurred on October 29, 1956. In creating the series the artist relied on the narrative pattern previously used by Emile Habiby in his book, On the 20th Anniversary of the Kafr Qasem Massacre, Kafr Qasem, the Political Massacre, now...

2016

El Che, Endless Reader exhibition was first exhibited in the city of Rosario in Argentina by the Latin American Studies Center, as part of the city’s Reading Week campaign in April 2013. The exhibition then was held in Palestine in collaboration with cultural and academic institutions. The exhibition offers Palestinian audience an insight into...

2016

 Cities Exhibition is an ongoing series of exhibitions taking place at Birzeit University Museum, and offering variety of events to a diverse audience. The exhibition opens its doors for local and international artists, and curators. It draws attention to numerous and varied  relationships amongst people, places and time. The exhibition is an...

2016

The exhibition “Unlike Other Springs” is an attempt to examine the process of how a public art collection such as the one at Birzeit University (BZU) has been realized and developed. The BZU art collection is unique because it serves large audiences from all walks of life, whether students, academicians, or...

2015

Floating Free is the first solo exhibition for the internationally renowned Palestinian artist Bashir Makhoul to take place in Palestine. The exhibition features a selected array of works representing the accumulation of his art practice over the past 10 years.  It is not a retrospective in the sense that it does not truly cover the artists 20...