Jerusalem Show V


Jerusalem Show V
Al-Ma'mal Foundation for Contemporary Art is organising the 5th Jerusalem Show from the 24th October to the 2nd November 2011. It is curated by Lara Khaldi & Jose A. Sanchez
The Jerusalem Show is an annual art and cultural event in the old city of Jerusalem. This year's programme, titled on/off Langugae, will include a curated programme of performances, exhibitions, talks and workshops at a number of venues in the old city and Salah el din area, as well as events in Ramallah, in addition to a screening programmed curated by Victoria P. Royo.

Artists: Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou Rahme, Noor Abed, Bisan Abu Eisheh, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Mounira Al Solh, Paul Chan, Beatrice Catanzaro, Gustavo Ciriaco and Andrea Sonnberger, Complaints Coral, Mette Edvardsen, Mona Hatoum, Bartolome Ferrando, Lan Hungh, Rania Khalil, Yazan Khalil, Los Torreznos, Maha Maamoun, Tom Molloy, Khalil Rabah, Julianna Smith, Sharif Waked, Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries.

Speakers: Mahdi Abdulhadi, Esmail Nashef, Jack Persekian, Toni Serra

Film Programme curated by Victoria P. Royo


For further information:
Al-Ma'mal Foundation for Contemporary Art
New Gate, Old City P.O.Box 14644
91145 Jerusalem

T + 972 2 6283457
F + 972 2 6272312


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