Dar Al Anda: Soul Portraits Collective Exhibition

“Soul Portraits” a group portrait exhibition @ Dar Al Anda Gallery by the Artists
Hady Boraey
Ala’a Abu Shaheen
Mohamad Omran
Mohammad Nasrallah
Ghadeer Saeed
Fakher Mohammad
Qahtan Alameen
Amer Ali
Mohammad abu Aziz
Abdul Qader Bakheit
Riyad Ne’emah
Ghassan Mafadleh

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Darat al-Tasweer: “Bedouins” by Salem Bouchagour

تدعوكم دارة التصوير
لحضور معرض
“البدو”
للمصور سالم بوشاقور
ضمن فعاليات مهرجان الصورة عمان الثامن
3 نيسان الساعة 6 مساء
في دار الأندى
يستمر المعرض لغاية 30 نيسان

Darat Al Tasweer
Cordially invites you to the photography exhibition
“Bedouins”
by Salem Bouchagour
Part of the Image Festival Amman #8
April 3rd 6:00pm
at Dar Al Anda
The exhibition continues until April 30th

سالم بوشاقور

سالم بوشاقور مصور فوتوغرافي من الجزائر، ولد في عام ١٩٨٥ ، مهتم بالحياة البدوية في الجزائر، شارك في الكثير من معارض التصوير الفوتوغرافي ونشر بعض الصور من اعماله في مجلات مختصة ومواقع للتصوير

البدو

بدأ العمل في هذا المشروع عام ٢٠١٥، يدور هذا العمل حول صور للبدو في الصحراء الجزائرية، هؤلاء الناس ليس لديهم منازل ولا يسكنون في المدن، فهم يعتبرون الصحراء موطنهم يتنقلون من منطقة إلى أخرى بحثاً عن الوسائل الاساسية للعيش. احاول في هذا المشروع التركيز على تفاصيل وجوههم لأنها تحاكي قسوة العيش في الصحراء . وإختيار التصوير بالأبيض والأسود لأنه يمنح الصور سحراً خاصاً وبعداً إنسانيا. صعوبة المشروع تكون في كيفية الوصول إلى هؤلاء البدو لأنهم يعيشون في مناطق معزولة بعيداً عن صخب المدن

Salem Bouchagour

Salem Bouchagour a self-taught photographer from Algeria
born in 1985, Interested in the Bedouin life in Algeria.
He participated in different photography exhibitions, and got his work published in some photography magazines.

Bedouins

Started the work on this project in 2015, it revolves around portraits of Bedouin people in the Algerian desert.
They have no homes and do not dwell in cities, considering the desert as their home, moveing from one area to anoth.er in search of basic life resources.
.I see in their faces the harshness of the desert
The most challenging part of this project is to reach those
bedouins as they get in the desert far from the city hustles.

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Darat al-Tasweer: “Forgotten Life - The Story of Nisreen” by Thilo Remimi

تدعوكم دارة التصوير
بالتعاون مع سفارة سويسرا في الأردن
لحضور معرض
“الحياة المنسية – قصة نسرين”
للمصور تايلو ريمني
ضمن فعاليات مهرجان الصورة عمان الثامن
3 نيسان الساعة 6 مساء
في دار الأندى
يستمر المعرض لغاية 30 نيسان

Darat Al Tasweer
In Collaboration with
Embassy of Switzerland in Jordan
Cordially invites you to the photography exhibition
“Forgotten Life – The Story of Nisreen”
by Thilo Remimi
Part of the Image Festival Amman #8
April 3rd 6:00pm
at Dar Al Anda
The exhibition continues until April 30th

تايلو‭ ‬ريمني

ولد عام ١٩٨٧، تايلو ريمني مصور سويسري مقيم حالياً في عمان. بعد جولة حول العالم، درس التنمية الدولية وحصل على عدة شهادات في التصوير الوثائقي والصحفي من فيينا – النمسا. بعد عودة أخيه من أفغانستان قرر أن ينضم إلى أحد وحدات القوات الخاصة الألمانية لتوثيق تجاربهم

الحياة‭ ‬المنسية‭ – ‬قصة‭ ‬نسرين

مشروع‭ ‬الحياة‭ ‬المنسية‭ ‬يعرض‭ ‬قصة‭ ‬أم‭ ‬عزباء‭ ‬وأطفالها‭ ‬الأربعة‭ ‬وحياتهم‭ ‬في‭ ‬الجزء‭ ‬الواقع‭ ‬تحت‭ ‬سيطرة‭ ‬جيش‭ ‬الاحتلال‭ ‬الإسرائيلي‭ ‬من‭ ‬مدينة‭ ‬الخليل،‭ ‬تحت‭ ‬هذا‭ ‬الحصار‭ ‬حيث‭ ‬يتواجد‭ ‬مستوطنون‭ ‬إسرائليون‭ ‬متطرفون‭. ‬يتعرض‭ ‬الفلسطينيون‭ ‬في‭ ‬المنطقة‭ ‬لمضايقات‭ ‬واعتداءات‭. ‬تعيش‭ ‬نسرين‭ ‬وعائلتها‭ ‬في‭ ‬خوف‭ ‬دائم،‭ ‬وتعاني‭ ‬من‭ ‬صعوبة‭ ‬في‭ ‬التنقل‭ ‬والحركة‭. ‬تحاكي‭ ‬هذه‭ ‬الصور‭ ‬معنى‭ ‬العيش‭ ‬في‭ ‬مثل‭ ‬هذه‭ ‬الظروف‭ ‬ومحاولة‭ ‬العيش‭ ‬معها‭. ‬بصمودهم‭ ‬يتركون‭ ‬بصمة‭ ‬من‭ ‬الأمل‭ ‬في‭ ‬منطقة‭ ‬لم‭ ‬ترى‭ ‬السلام‭ ‬والاستقرار‭ ‬منذ‭ ‬زمن

Thilo Remini

Born in 1987, Thilo Remini is a Swiss photographer currently living in Amman/Jordan. After traveling the world, he studied International Development and obtained further education in documentary photography & photojournalism in Vienna/Austria.
He would later become one of the few photographers to be embedded with a special unit of the German Army, following the deployment of his own brother to Afghanistan.

Forgotten Life – The Story of Nisreen

Forgotten Life sheds a light on the story of a single mother and her four children living in Hebron’s H2 Zone in Palestine. In this isolated area, where radical Israeli settlers cause increasingly difficult living conditions for the majority of the Palestinian population, Nisreen’s family faces almost daily harassment, oppression and restrictions of movement. This portrait of a family tells about what it means on going through severe traumatic experiences and on overcoming these. With their peaceful stance, they maintain a glimpse of hope on a constantly shaking ground in a very unsettling region.

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Dar Al-Anda: Nostalgic Cities

Dar Al-Anda: Nostalgic Cities

A solo exhibition by Hashim Hannoon.

Monday, August 6th 2017, at 6:00 PM

“Years ago, since my childhood, I have painted cities, not as others, but I painted as I want. My cities were in mono colors, gray and cold as the color of snow and as a colorful dream,
In Amman, I feel the nostalgia, in this collection which was done in series of works documenting time and places in parallel and to discover the joy we feel when we look at them as if they are the pavilions we dreamed in with happiness and freedom.”

Hashim Hannoon
2018

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Dar Al-Anda Art Gallery: Jodaleia

Dar Al-Anda Art Gallery: Jodaleia

A solo exhibition by Kholod Hawash.

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Dar Al-Anda: Iraq, Architectural Memory

Dar Al-Anda: Iraq, Architectural Memory

Muhanad Al Nassiri lives and works as an artist & Architect in Dubai, UAE. He was born and raised in Baghdad, Iraq. From his early childhood, he was very interested in the art and prints making.

In 1992, he got B.Sc degree in Architectural engineering from Architectural Department of University of technology / Baghdad. 1996, Studied Fine arts at the Academy of fine arts / Baghdad University. He got B.A degree in Fine art in 2000. He spent 7 years working as an Architect, Graphic designer and Etching print maker in Baghdad between 1996 and 2003. While working in the etching printing Business, he printed for Ismael Fattah, Muhammed Muhralden, Nazar Hindawi.

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