Rasha Abu Zayed

100 x 80 cm

Fawda (Chaos), 100 x 80 cm, Acrylic on Canvas, 2014.

 

Fawda (Chaos)

Inspired by her memories of past experiences with various people, Rasha Abu Zayed’s ‘Chaos’ is a visual interpretation of the extreme and often chaotic emotion that one can feel in the face of hardship.

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Born in 1987, Rasha Abu Zayed studied Fine Art at Al Aqsa University, Gaza. She has obtained various certificates through centres and institutions based in Gaza and has participated in various exhibitions, murals and workshops aimed at supporting and promoting the arts in Palestine.

Notable Exhbitions:

  • Palestinian Youth Exhibition, Gaza (2007)
  • ‘Sacrifice’, Women’s Information and Media Centre, Gaza (2007)
  • ‘Effects’, Islamic University, Gaza (2007)
  • ‘Effects’, French Cultural Centre, Gaza (2007)
  • ‘Effects’, Qattan Centre for Children (2007)
  • ‘Canaanite’, Women’s Information and Media Centre, Gaza (2009)
  • ‘Canaanite’, French Cultural Centre, Gaza-Ramallah-Jerusalem (2009)
  • ‘Jerusalem in the Eye’s of Artists’, Women’s Information and Media Centre, Gaza (2009)
  • ‘Cast Lead’, Women’s Information and Media Centre, Gaza (2009)
  • ‘Exception’, Women’s Information and Meida Centre, Gaza (2009)
  • ‘Art Palestine’, French Cultural Centre, Bank of Palestine, Gaza (2009)
  • ‘War’, Society for Culture and Free Thought, Gaza (2009).
  • ‘I Draw the Palestinians’, Gallery of the Union, Gaza (2010).
  • ‘Canaanite 2’, Women’s Information and Media Centre, Gaza (2010)
  • Women’s Day (UNRWA), Gaza (2010)
  • ‘Chapters in March’, Society for Culture and Free Thought, Gaza (2010)
  • ‘Art Strip’, Red Crescent Society, Gaza (2010)
  • ‘Self and The City’, Qattan Centre for Children, Gaza (2010)
  • ‘Features Challenged’, Gaza (2011)

Contact:

monaliza_1115@hotmail.com

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