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Size/100 x 100 cm
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Size/100 x 100 cm
Price/$4,000

Dina Mattar

Birth Year

Country of birth

Country of residence

1985

Palestine

Palestine

Artist’s Story

Dina Mattar, was awarded a Bachelor's degree in Fine Art and Education from Al-Aqsa University, Gaza in 2007 / Mattar, who lives in the profound challenges of Gaza, uses her creativity to see beyond the walls and paints with vibrant colors and an imagination that endeavors to keep the Palestinian traditions and folklore alive / She aims to show her audience that she is part of a people of who love life, have a culture and hope – creating happiness and joy around them / Since her career’s inception, Mattar has participated in a number of exhibitions and acted as mentor to the youth of Gaza / Mattar has collaborated on several projects with European artists and participated in several local exhibitions and workshops in Gaza in cooperation with A.M Qattan Foundation, French Cultural Centre and others / Her work has also been displayed in international exhibitions in Geneva and France / She is a member of the El Tiqa artists collective in Gaza/

Full CV

Selected Exhibitions

2013-2014 Solo show, The Flowers Tune French Cultural Institute, Jerusalem, Nablus, Ramallah, Hebron, Gaza, Palestine (traveling exhibition)

2012 ‘Tomorrow will Love Life’, solo show, Yas Viceroy Hotel Abu Dhabi, UAE

2014 ‘Traces’, group show, Curated by Yasmin Sharabi in PADICO HOLDING House, Ramallah, Palestine

2014 ‘Window into Gaza’, Curated by Felim Egan, group show RHA Gallery Ely Place, Dublin, Ireland

2014 The Playhouse Theatre Derry, group show, Galway arts Festival, Galway, Limerick, Ireland

Career Highlights

  • 2013-2014 Solo show, The Flowers Tune French Cultural Institute, Jerusalem, Nablus, Ramallah, Hebron, Gaza, Palestine (traveling exhibition)
  • 2012 ‘Tomorrow will Love Life’, solo show, Yas Viceroy Hotel Abu Dhabi, UAE
  • 2014 ‘Traces’, group show, Curated by Yasmin Sharabi in PADICO HOLDING House, Ramallah, Palestine
  • 2014 ‘Window into Gaza’, Curated by Felim Egan, group show RHA Gallery Ely Place, Dublin, Ireland