Diana Al Hosary

A Woman's Memory, 100 x 100 cm, Mixed Media on Canvas, 2014.

A Woman’s Memory, 100 x 100 cm, Mixed Media on Canvas, 2014.

 

A Woman’s Memory

Employing various decorative elements found within her household, Diana Al Hosary illustrates her desire to maintain a sense of femininity within her work as well as to show her appreciation for the possessions that represent her past.

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Born in 1988 in Gaza, Diana Al Hosory obtained her BA in Fine Art from Al Aqsa University Gaza in 2010. She has coordinated various arts related projects- specifically with the youth of Gaza. Diana has worked both in a University and school setting in Administrative and teaching roles- teaching both Fine Art and Graphic Design. She currently teaches art at Hashim Shawa Atta, Secondary School for Girls.

Exhibitions:

  • ‘Exception’, Women’s centre for Information and Media, Gaza (2009)
  • Qurban Gallery, Women’s Centre for Information and Media, Gaza (2009)
  • Alwan Gallery, Islamic University, Gaza (2009)
  • Canaanite Gallery, French Cultural Centre, Jerusalem/ Ramallah (2009).
  • ‘Pieces of Light’, Cultural Association, Gaza (2009).
  • Canaanite Gallery, Women’s Centre for Information and Media, Gaza (2009).
  • ‘Jerusalem in the Eyes of Artists’, Women’s Centre for Information and Media, Gaza (2009)
  • ‘Colour Spilled’, Women’s Centre for Information and Media, Gaza (2009)
  • Rashad Shawa Cultural Centre, Gaza (2009)
  • Dawn Association or Relief and Development, Gaza (2010)
  • ‘Kanaanaat’, Qattan Centre, Gaza (2011)
  • Centre for French Youth (2011)

Contact:
E: dianaalhosory@gmail.com

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