Ahlam Shibli

1970, Shibli Village, Palestine

Selected Solo exhibitions: 2010  "Why Did You Leave The Forest Empty!: Arab al-Sbaih, and The Valley", Darat al Funun - The Khalid Shoman Foundation, Amman; 2008 "Trackers and The Valley", Contemporary Photographic Art Centre Contretype, Brussels; 2007 "Goter and Trackers", Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee. 

Selected group Exhibitions: 2011 "Out of Place", Tate Modern, London; 2011 "Goter and The Valley", The Khalid Shoman Foundation, Amman - Tate Modern, London; 2010-11 "To The Arts, Citizens!", Serralves Museum, Porto; 2010  "Negotiations - The 2nd Today’s Documents 2010”, Today Art Museum, Beijing; 2009 "Everywhere. Sexual Diversity Polices in Art", Centro Galego De Arte Contemporánea, CGAC, Santiago De Compostela; 2008 “Zones of Conflict”, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, New York.

Artworks

  • Fatoma

    Ahlam Shibli uses photography as an aesthetic medium  to make visible the plight of Bedouin women, whose existence, along with that of their communities, is denied by the Israeli occupation.