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ICONOGRAPHIES
ICONOGRAPHIES
18 March - 8 May 2013

Colours of Paradise II

Archival pigment print on Somerset fine art paper  1/5

152.5x61 cm

2013

ICONOGRAPHIES
18 March - 8 May 2013

Colours of Paradise I

Archival pigment print on Somerset fine art paper  1/5

152.5x61 cm

2013

ICONOGRAPHIES
18 March - 8 May 2013

Rumooz V

Archival pigment print on Somerset fine art paper  2/10

34x38 cm

2013

ICONOGRAPHIES
18 March - 8 May 2013

Untitled - varied ed. 1/7

Archival pigment print on Awagami bamboo paper

76x56 cm

2012

 

 

ICONOGRAPHIES
18 March - 8 May 2013

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

Archival pigment print on Awagami bamboo paper

76x56 cm

2012

ICONOGRAPHIES
18 March - 8 May 2013

Bride of Galilee XI - varied ed. 1/5

Archival pigment print on Awagami bamboo paper

2012

76x56 cm

ICONOGRAPHIES
18 March - 8 May 2013

Bride of Galilee VIII - varied ed. 1/5

Archival pigment print on Awagami bamboo paper

76x56 cm

2012

ICONOGRAPHIES
18 March - 8 May 2013

Bride of Galilee V- varied ed. 2/5

Archival pigment print on organic Awagami bamboo paper

76x56 cm

2012

 

ICONOGRAPHIES
18 March - 8 May 2013

Bride of Galilee I - varied ed. 2/5

Archival pigment print on Awagami bamboo paper

76x56 cm

2012

 

ICONOGRAPHIES
18 March - 8 May 2013

Rumooz IV - 2/10

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

34x38 cm

2013

no. 6

ICONOGRAPHIES
18 March - 8 May 2013

Rumooz 1 - 2/10

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

34x38 cm

2013

no. 5

ICONOGRAPHIES
18 March - 8 May 2013

 

In the Presence of Absence  - after Darwish

Archival pigment print on Somerset fine art paper -varied ed. 1/5

162.5x56 cm

2013

 

 

ICONOGRAPHIES
18 March - 8 May 2013

Traces of a Vanishing Homeland

Archival pigment print on Somerset fine art paper - varied ed. 1/5

162.5x56 cm cm

2013

 

 

ICONOGRAPHIES
18 March - 8 May 2013

Logic of Red Bird (They Call me the Red)

Varied ed. 1/7

Archival pigment print on organic Awagami bamboo paper

56x76 cm

2013

no. 2

Nabad Art Gallery presents an exhibition of forty works by Montreal-based artist, Eman Haram. In “Iconographies,” her second solo exhibition organized by Nabad, Haram presents an excerpt of a project that attempts to reassemble a vanishing homeland outside delineated maps and contentious geographical boundaries. In this open-ended series of photographic images, which blurs the boundaries between photography and other print media, the artist explores the physical and metaphysical states deriving from this banishment. She reclaims familiar iconic symbols and narratives that are historically connected with Palestine, and layers them with added significance to reach a new vision of a denied homeland beyond the concrete, to the mythical and spiritual. The recovery of a vanishing homeland becomes an act of archeological excavation to counter all forms of forced erasures, a return to beginnings, where all narratives converge.

  Born in Damascus, Syria of Palestinian parents, Haram holds a B.Sc. in Architecture from the New York Institute of Technology and an M.A. in Art History from the University of South Florida. Since 2005, she has held solo exhibitions in Canada and Jordan and has participated in group exhibitions, symposia and workshops in Canada and abroad. Her most recent projects, “In Between,” a multidisciplinary group exposition she curated for Maison de la culture Côte-des-Neiges in Montreal; and “Iconographies,” presented in 2011 at Casa Arabe in Madrid, within the symposium, “Arts in Displacement: Arabs in Canada.” She was a guest artist at the 8th Aleppo International Women’s Art Festival in Syria, with her series, “Unveiling Salome: History of a perverse gaze” and “Narrating Neirab,” an installation piece co-created with a group of Palestinian youth from Neirab refugee camp in Aleppo. The co-recipient of MAI mentorship in the category of visual arts for 2010, Haram is an active member of Montreal’s oldest print studios, Graff and Atelier Circulaire, and member of RAIQ (Regroupement des arts interdisciplinaires du Québec). Her work has been shown in group and solo exhibitions in Canada, Spain, Jordan and Syria, and is held in numerous private and public collections, including the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts in Amman. The exhibition opens at 6:00 pm on Monday 18 March 2013 in the presence of the artist.

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