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Arab-Israeli in Haifa uses art to help Palestinian refugee sister

Arab-Israeli in Haifa uses art to help Palestinian refugee sister

By Gideon Levy and Alex Levac | Haaretz, Twilight Zone The struggle to save Lutfia, an 84 year-old Palestinian refugee, is being conducted by her brother Abed Abdi, a respected Palestinian artist who resides in Haifa.  A childhood memory documented in a photo: A little boy is holding his mother's hand; his four siblings stand alongside them. The place is a refugee camp near Damascus. The year is 1950. This is where the Abdi family eventually fled to after escaping from their home in Haifa, which had been captured by the Haganah during the War of Independence.

 Hódolat Luftia húgomnak, a Szír Yarmouk menekülttáborban

Hódolat Luftia húgomnak, a Szír Yarmouk menekülttáborban

Az „Arab Kultúra Hava” alkalmából Abed Abdi vizuális művésznek egyéni kiállítása kerül megrendezésre az Arab-Zsidó Kulturális Központban (Beit Hagefen) Haifa városában. A kiállítás címe: "Hódolat Luftia húgomnak, a Szír Yarmuk menekülttáborban".  A kiállítás kurátora: Dr. Ayelet Zohar      A kiállítás megnyitójára 2013. május 18-án kerül sor, ahol a művész több új munkáját is bemutatja majd, beleértve az új fiókok sorozatot, soha nem kiállított festményeket és két dimenziós művekkel. A kiállítás megnyitóján beszédet mond, többek között, Yona Yahav úr, Haifa...

We Were As Dreamers

by Gershon Knispel

Each of us summarized the completion of the monument in Sakhnin in his own way. I wrote: “With my friend and colleague Abed Abdi I erected this monument to ‘drive out the evil spirit’ and leave traces… of the acts of wrongdoing, robbery, murder and dispossession for the future generations that found it hard to believe that ‘it really happened”. And you, Abed, added: Our joint work was the realization of a vision of cooperation between the two peoples in order to prevent a repetition of the tragedy…

Since then, thirty-three years have passed and our vision of erecting a monument for the future generations that found it hard to believe that ‘it really happened’, has been shattered.

Two generations have passed since its erection…

The killing of the six young men by officer cadets aroused waves of rage and protest in this country, and accelerated the erection of the monument in 1977, on which we carved the words, “to deepen understanding between the two peoples”. The mortal damage inflicted on entire quarters of Beirut and their inhabitants in the Second Lebanon War, and the tragedy of defenseless Palestinians and their women, children and aged in the Gaza War, have not brought about change in the consciousness of the citizens of Israel.

The monument did not halt the dance of atrocity, the cycle of hostility, and it remains as a warning against the rising tide of increasing nationalism. It was unable to ‘drive out the evil spirit’ because of the all-encompassing occupation.

Thirty-three years have passed and we remain isolated but true to our way, and there is no substitute for that!

Haifa, April 2010

Angol nyelvű sajtó cikkek Abed Abdiról

Arab-Israeli in Haifa uses art to help Palestinian refugee sister

Arab-Israeli in Haifa uses art to help Palestinian refugee sister

By Gideon Levy and Alex Levac | Haaretz, Twilight Zone The struggle to save Lutfia, an 84 year-old Palestinian refugee, is being conducted by her brother Abed Abdi, a respected Palestinian artist who...

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Abed Abdi: Retrospective Exhibition

Abed Abdi: Retrospective Exhibition

by Sa’id Abu-Shaqra,  This comprehensive retrospective exhibition of the works of Abed Abdi is the third of its kind to be held at the Umm el-Fahm Art Gallery since its establishment, following t...

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Abed Abdi: An Essential Episode in the History of Israeli Art

Abed Abdi: An Essential Episode in the History of Israeli Art

By: Dr Smadar Sheffi, Gallery, "Haaretz", 08/10/2010  Abed Abdi's retrospective at the gallery of Umm al - Fahm shows his important contribution to the visual culture of the Palestinians in Israe...

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We Were As Dreamers

We Were As Dreamers

by Gershon Knispel Each of us summarized the completion of the monument in Sakhnin in his own way. I wrote: “With my friend and colleague Abed Abdi I erected this monument to ‘drive out the evil spiri...

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Abed Abdi: Reviewed by Tal Ben Zvi

Abed Abdi: Reviewed by Tal Ben Zvi

by Tal Ben Zvi Extract from the book "Abed Abdi, 50 years of Creativity" Palestinian art created within Israel’s 1948 borders possesses unique characteristics deriving from its being part of the visu...

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Abed Abdi - An Artist - Phenomenon

Abed Abdi - An Artist - Phenomenon

by Samih Al Qasim I am unable to address Abed Abdi’s catalogue from the purely technical and professional composition aspect. The historical profundity of Abdi’s  experience places him in the cat...

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The Wandering Museum in the Works of Abed Abdi

The Wandering Museum in the Works of Abed Abdi

by Amir A. Abdi In 1962 my father held his first exhibition in Tel Aviv initiated by left-wing activists such as Gila Balas and her husband Shimon along with the poet Issam Al-Abassi and others. This...

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Tal Ben Zvi: Abed Abdi -

Tal Ben Zvi: Abed Abdi - "Wa ma nasina"

"Wa ma nasaina" (“We have not forgotten”) exhibition is a personal journey in time, memory andhistory of Palestinians, which constituting an integral part of the life of artist Abed Abdi, who was bor...

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Abed Abdi awarded the ministry of culture and sport prize Abed Abdi awarded the ministry of culture and sport prize

Abed Abdi has been awarded the Israeli ministry of culture a...

Abed Abdi awarded the Abed Abdi awarded the "Notable of Haifa" honorary title

 In front of a packed audience,  Haifa Mayor Yona Yahav ...

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