About

Zawyeh Gallery, Ramallah

 

Zawyeh Gallery is an independent visual arts gallery founded in Ramallah, Palestine, in 2013.

Zawyeh’s mission is to promote emerging and established Palestinian artists – from Palestine and the Diaspora –  through various thematic exhibitions at home and aboard. Zawyeh showcases excellent contemporary and modern Palestinian art internationally through the participation in art fairs, exhibitions and bespoke art projects. Additionally, Zawyeh actively supports young artists in growing their art and portfolios.

Since its establishment, Zawyeh has organised many solo and collective exhibitions, across a variety of mediums including painting, sculpture, installation, video and photography.

Zawyeh Gallery has particiapted in a number of art fairs including Paris Contemporary Art Show P/CAS (2019), Contemporary Istanbul (2019), Galleries at Mas Abu Dhabi (2019), Art Dubai (2019, 2018, 2017, 2016), Abu Dhabi Art (2019, 2018),  and Beirut Art Fair (2018, 2017).

Zawyeh believes that resilience in the face of adversity in Palestine engenders creativity and artistic excellence.

Further Information:
In Search of a Portrait by Bashar Khalaf, Dispersed Crowds by Khaled Hourani, Zalameh by Mahdi Baraghithi, Dream-work by Ibrahim Nubani, Weaving and Cracks by Fouad Agbaria, Retrospective by Samir Salameh, Jerusalem: 51 Years of Occupation – Group Exhibition, Fantasy and Freedom by Sager Al Qatil, Out of Place by Hosni Radwan, Metamorphosis by Karim Abu Shakra, Deconstructing the Shape by Zohdy Qadry, Lightness of Being by Tayseer Barakat, Winter Collective – Group Exhibition, Thorns in Bloom by Mohammad Abusal, Intimate Space by Rana Samara, Chaos by Bashir Abu-rabia, The Loud Silence by Ibrahim Al Mozain, Rendezvous by Nabil Anani, Sliman Mansour, and Tayseer Barakat, Crossroads by Samah Shihadi, Holy Land by Taqi Sabateen, Nostalgia to the Light by Fouad Agbaria, Maram III By Shafik Radwan, Narratives – Group Exhibition, Marj Ibn Amer by Rafat Asad, Fragments by Hosni Radwan, Perspectives – Group Exhibition, Art of Memory: Life Before 1948 by Nabil Anani, In Memory – Group Exhibition, Colors of Life – Group Exhibition, Distant Voices by Tayseer Barakat, Portrait of Absence by Amjad Ghannam, and Spaces – Group Exhibitions.