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IIMAGE FESTIVAL_PALESTINE
IIMAGE FESTIVAL_PALESTINE
1 SEPTEMBER - 30 SEPTEMBER 2021

The Chain Gate and the Mineret

IIMAGE FESTIVAL_PALESTINE
1 SEPTEMBER - 30 SEPTEMBER 2021
IIMAGE FESTIVAL_PALESTINE
1 SEPTEMBER - 30 SEPTEMBER 2021
IIMAGE FESTIVAL_PALESTINE
1 SEPTEMBER - 30 SEPTEMBER 2021
IIMAGE FESTIVAL_PALESTINE
1 SEPTEMBER - 30 SEPTEMBER 2021

The Dome of the Rock

IIMAGE FESTIVAL_PALESTINE
1 SEPTEMBER - 30 SEPTEMBER 2021
IIMAGE FESTIVAL_PALESTINE
1 SEPTEMBER - 30 SEPTEMBER 2021
IIMAGE FESTIVAL_PALESTINE
1 SEPTEMBER - 30 SEPTEMBER 2021
IIMAGE FESTIVAL_PALESTINE
1 SEPTEMBER - 30 SEPTEMBER 2021
IIMAGE FESTIVAL_PALESTINE
1 SEPTEMBER - 30 SEPTEMBER 2021
IIMAGE FESTIVAL_PALESTINE
1 SEPTEMBER - 30 SEPTEMBER 2021
IIMAGE FESTIVAL_PALESTINE
1 SEPTEMBER - 30 SEPTEMBER 2021

In the context of the 9th edition of the Image Festival Amman, entitled “Filastine,” Nabad is exhibiting photographs by Muhammed Asaad (Palestine), Mohamed Badarne (Palestine), Salem Bouchagour (Algeria) and Bashar Tabbah (Jordan).

Muhammad Asaad has been working as a photojournalist in the Gaza Strip for the past 12 years, covering the siege on Gaza in all its aspects. He has won 10 Arab and international awards and has served as a jury member in a number of competitions. Asaad has participated in numerous exhibitions around the world. This collection of photos depicts the dire state of agriculture in Gaza.

Mohamed Badarne is a photographer, trainer and activist. His photography projects “Come Back Safely” and “Unrecognized Games” have shown in such venues as Darat al Funun, Amman; the European Centre for Constitutional Rights (ECCHR), Berlin; the ILO, Geneva; and the UN Headquarters, New York, among others. “The goal behind my work,” Badarne says, “is to liberate myself from the occupation, although there are pictures showing the occupation inadvertently and unintentionally, despite my effort to ignore it.”

Salem Bouchagour is a self-taught photographer from Algeria. Titled “Palestine’s Khoshabiyah,” this collection of photographs takes the audience on a tour of all that relates to Palestine, from graffiti on the streets to public spaces that tell the story of the connection and love that Algerians feel for the Holy Land.

Bashar Tabbah’s passion for photography, exploration and history has dominated his life for the past 16 years. He focuses primarily on sites of historical and cultural significance and has travelled extensively, photographing over 380 locations internationally, and 250 in Jordan. In 2018, Bashar published his first photography book, “A Map and a Lens: Jordan.” This collection of photos depicts the Noble Sanctuary in Jerusalem. The aim of the project is to create a visual representation of why the Al-Aqsa complex has earned the name of ‘Al-Haram Al-Shareef

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