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 On January 31st the Palestinian artist Abed Abdi came to meet the children at school. Abed Abdi is a Palestinian painter, graphic designer, sculptor and lecturer of the arts, who currently works and lives in Haifa. He often meets students all around the country, always bringing a series of his works with him and creating this...
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The life of the creative artist is measured by the years of his gift rather than the years of his life. The creative artist Abdi Abdi was born and lived in Haifa, and his roots are rooted in this ancient city and from there he acquired his various arts. Despite his studies in Germany and...
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Abed Abdi’s art is chiefly rooted in the autonomous sphere constituted by the language of Arabic literature and the Arabic press. In 1964 he left for art studies in Dresden, where he created many drawings which were published in the Arabic press, portraying refugees in a geographically unidentified space. In Untitled (1968), a caravan of...
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A layer of sand lying randomly on a flat surface of cloth carrying a sea flavor almost inhaled from the fingers of the artist, who decorated the sand with some pieces of ceramics and stones that he had collected from different places from around the world to create a new world of his own, and...
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A few years ago I first met Abdi Abdi, I got to know his works and I stood up for their development. A short time later, when I was still feeling the features of his art, I received the honor of opening his solo exhibition at Haifa Artists’ House. The feelings and ideas expressed on...
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  There are those who claim that early years of an artist’s life are the ones that leave their imprint on his creative productivity and accompany him throughput his life. In Intensive tempo childhood images return and emerge, forms and lines are coupled to a subject which pursues the artist again and again, revealing periods...
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Over a decade ago, when I encountered Abed Abdi for the first time, I could not help but expect a productive and fruitful future for the painter. He was twenty one years old at the time and I came into possession of one of his early drawings, which enabled me, later on to see the...
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