Born in Jenin in 1976, Khaled Jarrar now lives and works in Ramallah. Jarrar’s work explores modern power struggles and their sociocultural impact on ordinary citizens. Jarrar completed his education in interior design at the Palestine Polytechnic University in 1996 and graduated from the International Academy of Art Palestine in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in visual arts. The following year, his documentary, The Infiltrators (2012), won several accolades at the 9th Annual Dubai International Film Festival and confirmed his importance in global cinema.
Jarrar’s solo exhibitions include the Ayyam Gallery (Dubai, UAE, 2016); Art Bartsch & Cie, (Geneva, Switzerland, 2015); Galerie Polaris (Paris, France, 2012 and 2014); Gallery One (Ramallah, 2014); Ayyam Gallery (London, UK, 2013); Galerie Guy Bartschi (Geneva, 2013); and NEWTOPIA: The State of Human Rights Contemporary Arts (Mechelen and Brussels, Belgium, 2012).
The artist’s recent group exhibitions were held at venues such as the Whitechapel Gallery, (London, 2017); Diverse Works (Houston, TX, US, 2017); the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations (Marseille, France, 2017); Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College (Annandale-On-Hudson, NY, US, 2017); 57th Venice Biennale (Italy, 2017); Institut du monde arabe, (Paris, 2016 and 2017); La Triennale di Milano (Milan, Italy, 2017); Brentwood Arts Exchange, (MD, US, 2017); Hinterland Gallery (Vienna, Austria, 2016); Aga Khan Museum (Toronto, Canada, 2016); Palais de la culture (Constantine, Algeria, 2015); Pirineos Sur International Festival of Cultures (Sallent de Gállego, Spain, 2015); Maraya Art Centre (Sharjah, UAE, 2015); New Museum (New York, US, 2014); Kashya Hildebrand Gallery (London, 2014); University of Applied Arts (Vienna, 2014); University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum (Tampa, US, 2013); the Madrid Palestine Film Festival (Spain, 2013); the 15th Jakarta Biennale (Indonesia, 2013); the 7th Berlin Biennale (Germany, 2012); the 52nd October Salon (Belgrade, Serbia, 2011); Al-Ma’mal Foundation (Jerusalem, 2010); and the London Film Festival (2010).
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