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Eman HARAM
Eman HARAM

Songlines Study IV

Monotype: India and acrylic in on Japanese paper

37x28 cm

2017

Eman HARAM

Songlines Study II

Monotype: India and acrylic ink on Japanese paper

37x28 cm

2017

Eman HARAM

Olive Tree

Archival pigment print  A/P 1/2 varied ed. of 5

60x90 cm

2016

Eman HARAM

Untitled - varied ed. 1/7

Archival pigment print on Awagami bamboo paper

76x56 cm

2012

 

 

Eman HARAM

The Dove's Necklace I - varied ed. 2/7

Archival pigment print on Awagami bamboo paper

76x56 cm

2012

Eman HARAM

Bride of Galilee VIII - varied ed. 1/5

Archival pigment print on Awagami bamboo paper

76x56 cm

2012

Eman HARAM

Bride of Galilee V- varied ed. 2/5

Archival pigment print on organic Awagami bamboo paper

76x56 cm

2012

 

Eman HARAM

Bride of Galilee I - varied ed. 2/5

Archival pigment print on Awagami bamboo paper

76x56 cm

2012

 

Eman HARAM

Rumooz 1 - 2/10

Archival pigment print on Somerset fine art paper (100% cotton)

34x38 cm

2013

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Born in Damascus, Syria to Palestinian parents from Haifa, Eman Haram is an interdisciplinary artist of multiple identities and places of belonging.  She grew up in Beirut, Lebanon and later moved to the United States where she studied and worked in various cities  for two decades. Her works are a meditation on systematic erasures,  personal and collective loss, and the existential predicaments resulting from the unspeakable violence of colonial machination of dispossession. Her work has been presented at Contemporary Istanbul, Casa Arabe - Madrid,  Aleppo’s 8th. International Women's Festival,  Dar Al Kalima, Bethlehem - Palestine, Darling Foundry and Oboro new media centre in Montreal.   She works from Atelier Circulaire, one of the oldest print studios in Montreal, and currently lives between Montreal and Amman.

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