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Untitled, Highlands series

Size/70 x 50 cm
Price/$700

Untitled, Reconstruction series

Size/50 x 70 cm
Price/$700

Untitled, Reconstruction series

Size/70 x 50 cm
Price/$700

Untitled, Reconstruction series

Size/70 x 50 cm
Price/$700

Hani Amra

Birth Year

Country of birth

Country of residence

1981

Palestine

Palestine

Artist’s Story

Hani, who was born in Jerusalem, studied Arts and Literature in France / His work explores the medium of painting and photography, with a focus on “re-constructing a world through an acute observation of his environment and its constant evolution in time” /  Hani has been widely exhibited, including in Jerusalem, Hong Kong, Denmark, Italy and the UK, winning the Qattan Foundation’s prestigious Young Artist of the Year prize in 2008 / He recently participated in the launch of ‘Chapter 31’ - held at the P21 Gallery in London /

Full CV

Solo Exhibitions

2016 Highlands, French Institute Jerusalem, Qalandiya International
2015 Highlands, NLHspace, Copenhagen Art Week
2014 Reconstruction, Al-Ma’mal Foundation for Contemporary Art
2007 Talammusat, Khan Tankaz, Jerusalem

Group Exhibitions

2016 Chapter 31,P21 gallery, London, UK
2014 Works Ahead! Qalandiya Biennnale, Jerusalem Show VII

Festivals and Competitions

2015 Encontros da Imagem
2015 Copenhagen Art Week (2015) Format Festival
2014 Qalandiya International Biennale, Jerusalem Show VII
2014 Encontros da Imagem 2014
2014 Pipeline magazine, the juried Annual photography competition, Hong Kong
2009 Brighton Photo Fringe OPEN’13 (2013) Unidee
2009 Cittadellarte Fondazione Pistoletto
2008 Young Artist of the year YAYA, Qattan Foundation

Career Highlights

  • 2007-2016 4 Solo shows
  • Participation with P21 Gallery, London, UK
  • 2008 Young Artist of the Year Award winner

Artist Statement

My work reflects a spiritual path, expresses a current stage of awareness, and the satisfaction I seek to reach in life, through the exploration of the self and the understanding of the world.

Series Statement

We are all interconnected, all what we do is for a meaning and a purpose, there is no coincidence, but simply interactions, hidden or visible correlations, we do not necessarily see them, but Art can reveal these relations through composition and colour.