An exhibition of paintings by internationally renowned, pioneering Palestinian artists, Hazem Harb and Mohammed Joha.
Over the past 10 years, Hazem Harb and Mohammed Joha’s concepts and ideas have encompassed themes of war, loss, trauma, human vulnerability, global instability and placement and displacement. Both artists integrate the question of Palestinian identity into the more universal message of their work.
This exhibition seeks to evoke intense emotions and present an arresting, haunting portrait of a particular place and its multi-layered histories and facts, finding a new way of understanding human protest.
Traces and Revelations opens up an imaginary, parallel space in which to consider ideas of place, identity and belonging.