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THE SOUL'S REPOSE
THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled
Etching (2/7) 
65 x 45 cm 
2009

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled
Etching (2/7) 
65 x 45 cm 
2009

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled
Etching monoprint
65 x 48 cm 
2010

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled
Etching (2/7) 
38 x 38 cm
2009

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled 
Etching monoprint
52 x 42 cm
2009

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled 
Etching monoprint
52 x 42 cm
2009

 

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled 
Etching monoprint
52 x 42 cm
2009

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled
Etching monoprint
42 x 35 cm 
2009

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled
Etching A.P 
64 x 52 cm
2010

 

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

The Womb 
Installation
Mixed media
2010

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

The Soul's Repose
Installation
  Mixed media
2010

 

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled
Etching monoprint
42 x 32 cm
2009

Ref.JN31

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled
Photography 
40 x 30 cm
2009

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled
Photography 
30 x 40 cm
2009

 

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled
Etching 
65 x 45 cm
2009

 

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled
Etching monoprint
73 x 53 cm
2010

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled
Etching monoprint
65 x 50 cm
2010

Ref.JN33

 

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled
Etching monoprint

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled Etching monoprint

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled
Etching monoprint

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled
Etching monoprint

THE SOUL'S REPOSE
20 September - 20 October 2010

Untitled
Etching monoprint

In this, her third solo exhibition, Jordanian artist Juman Nimri shows a new collection of etchings, in addition to two installations and a number of photographs, all on the subject of women-symbolically represented by dolls. Through these artworks, Nimri poignantly highlights the state of women whose rights are being violated and expresses a strong stand in the defense of human dignity. Born in Jordan in 1974, Juman obtained a B.A. in Fine Arts at Yarmouk University in Jordan (1996). She has attended several printmaking workshops in Bangladesh, Spain, Switzerland and Jordan. Nimri has been invited to the 5th International Cairo Ceramics Biennale (2000), the 4th International Cairo Graphics Biennale (2003) and Nepal's International Art Festival on the Status of Women (2009). She was recently awarded the International Creation Grant from La Rectoria Centre in Barcelona, Spain (2009). Nimri lives and works in Amman. 

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