Hani Zurob

Hani Zurob was born in 1976, in Rafah (Gaza). In 1994 he left to Nablus where he achieved his studies in Fine Arts (1999). He then settled in Ramallah until 2006. In 2006 Zurob got a grant that allowed him to reside at the Cité internationale des Arts in Paris.Since then, he held different solo shows in Paris, Atlanta, Marrakech and Dubai. He has also participated in several group exhibitions and artistic events such as:

Art Dubai 2011, Contemporary Art Fair, Dubai (2011), Palestine: La création dans tous ses états held at the Arab World Institute in Paris (2009) and then at the National Museum of Bahrain (2009), Gaza 61 + Seoul 59 at the Young Gallery in Seoul (2009), Paris, Damas: regards croisés which was organized by Europia Productions, held at the Arab World Institute in Paris (2008) and then at the National Museum of Damascus (2009), Made in Palestine at the the Station Museum of Contemporary Art, Huston, Texas (2003), the 11 Cairo Biennale (2008), and The Still Life Symposium at the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds, UK (2008).

In Palestine, Zurob had staged many solo exhibitions and was awarded the Al- Qattan Foundation Young Artist Prize (Ramallah) in 2002.

In 2009 Zurob was granted the Bourse et Prix Renoir, currently, he is living & working in Paris.

(pictures and info kindly provided by Hani Zurob)

Hani Zurob’s website:

http://www.hanizurob.com/

 

(pictures and info kindly provided by Hani Zurob)

Hani Zurob’s website:

http://www.hanizurob.com/


(pictures and info kindly provided by Hani Zurob)

Hani Zurob’s website:

http://www.hanizurob.com/

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