02 Feb 2024 - 02 Mar 2024

From Palestine with Art

P21 Gallery


From Palestine with Art is a unique showcase that aims to share the vibrant culture, heritage, and struggles of the Palestinian people through various artistic expressions. The exhibit features a diverse range of talented Palestinian artists and seeks to shed light on their experiences, history, and aspirations.

The first Palestinian museum in the Americas, Palestine Museum US, is excited to announce the re-exhibition of its celebrated exhibit, From Palestine with Art. After its successful showcase as a Collateral Event exhibit at the 59th Venice Biennale Arte 2022, the exhibit will now be showcased at the prestigious P21 Gallery in London, UK. This exhibition will provide an opportunity for audiences in London to experience the rich Palestinian story through the lens of art.

Palestine Museum US is proud to bring this significant exhibition to the P21 Gallery, known for its dedication to showcasing international contemporary art with a focus on the Middle East and North Africa. The re-exhibition of From Palestine with Art highlights the growing recognition of Palestinian art and culture on the global stage.

The P21 Gallery in London will host the re-exhibition of From Palestine with Art starting 1st February 2024. Visitors will have the opportunity to explore a wide array of art forms, including paintings, sculptures, installations, and multimedia presentations. Through the power of art, the exhibition aims to foster dialogue, create awareness, and promote a deeper understanding of the Palestinian narrative.

Palestine Museum US encourages art enthusiasts, historians, and individuals interested in promoting cultural diversity and exchange to visit the P21 Gallery and engage with the beautiful artworks on display. This exhibition serves as a platform to foster dialogue, challenge stereotypes, and create connections between diverse communities.

Press release from Palestine Museum US

Image: Nabil Anani. In Pursuit of Utopia. 2020. Acrylic on canvas. 138 x 300 cm. Image courtesy of the artist