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Traces of a red haifa: a study on the visual culture of Palestinian / Israeli society through cartoons and illustrations by the Palestinian artist Abed Abdi (1972-1982)

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Abed Abdi awarded the ministry of culture and sport prize

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artista palestino Abed Abdi (pdf)

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sobre a cultura visual da sociedade palestina/israelense através de charges e ilustrações do artista palestino Abed Abdi

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more than 30 articles

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  • Beyond his extensive work in diverse media, Abdi’s iconography marks a long contribution to the Palestinian struggle for recognition and the voicing of Palestinian particular identity, history and suffering as a central theme of his creative work.

    Dr. Ayelet Zohar
    Curator, Author and Professor
  • This important artist, whose great work was compared by the award’s panel of judges to that of Nahum Gutman, has devoted himself for close to fifty years to a wide range of artistic endeavor in varied fields: painting, murals, illustration, prints, sculpture, graphic design and monument design.

    Dr. Tal Ben Zvi
    Curator, Author and Professor
  • Abdi has made an important contribution to the visual culture of the Palestinian public in Israel. In this respect, it is not only touching but also represents an essential, less known, period in the history of Israeli Art.

    Dr Smadar Sheffi
    Chief Curator and writer, "Gallery" journal, “Haaretz” newspaper
  • Abed Abdi is a prolific artist, having produced a significant body of work that remains largely undocumented. During the first stage of his artistic career, he primarily worked in color and black and white. The painting “Intifada” (1986) exemplifies his formal skill while also revealing that sympathies across Israel’s artificial borders and checkpoints remain strong.

    Samia Halaby
    Visual Artist and Author, New York
  • Abed Abdi is a prominent Palestinian artist who has played a significant role in the advancement of art among Palestinians living in Israel. He is most notably known as the first Palestinian artist living in Israel to erect monumental works in public spaces to commemorate Palestinian modern history that are still standing in Palestinian towns and villages.

    Aline Khoury
    Sotheby’s, London
  • Abed Abdi is an artist and educator who has been consistently promoting Arab culture for over 40 years, and whose contribution to the visual culture of historical Palestine is unprecedented. It is these images that shaped Arab visual memory of historical events like the Nekba, the refugee camps, destroyed villages, and the events of Land Day, hence the works’ significant influence on the collective memory of the Palestinians in the occupied territories.

    Selections Arts
    Art Magazine
  • The works in the album speak in a clear language of non-acceptance of Palestinian fate […] The album is a single totality despite the differences between its subjects. For the subject is but one: identification with the fate of the refugees, non-acceptance of this fate, and an expression of hope and emotional turmoil

    A. Niv (the pseudonym of poet Moshe Barzilai)
    "Zu Haderekh" newspaper
  • The Work space of the artist Abed Abdi and his works are strongly tied to each other, and are connected to the city of Haifa where he was born and where he creates, and to the history of the Palestinian people.

    Eli Armon Azulay
    Author, “Haaretz” newspaper (Hebrew edition), “Gallery” Section

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