This pop-up exhibition is an immediate response to the recent tragic blast in Beirut’s port that destroyed thousands of houses, leaving thousands of Syrian and Lebanese people homeless.
The exhibition will take you on a journey that crosses borders in search of a transnational identity that is multi-layered, at times displaced, yet intact and coherent. The stories and artworks are lyrical metaphors of the artist’s current circumstances, everyday experiences and dreams of homecoming, whilst raising questions about the elsewhere and the space in-between places.
Dates and Opening Hours, Private Opening Friday 9th October 2020 @ 6:00-9:00 PM
Saturday 10th October 2020 @ 11:00 AM -8 PM
Venue - The Freeman Foundation, 235 A Portobello Road, London W11 1LT
Entrance from Hayden’s Place
Curated by – Raghad Mardini
Artworks by Artists - Shadi Abu Saada, Heba Akkad, Farah Azrak, Tamman Azzam, Adel Daoud, Assem Hamsho, Fadi Hamwi, Mohamad Labash, Ghylan Safaldi, Iman Hasban, Noha Zayed, Chris Ward, Mima Liddawi
Visiting – Free entrance, only 6 people at a time, the venue is not accessible to wheel chair, don’t forget your mask!
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The Litehouse Gallery is a platform that engages with new ideas, perspectives and audiences to bridge British and Syrian cultures through collaborative educational programs and workshops with the international Syrian art community and British artists and audiences. It is the leading UK gallery representing Syrian artists.