Gazan artist turns buildings destroyed in conflict into art

"This exhibition is a true reflection of the situation in Gaza," al-Jabali told MEMO.

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May 1, 2019 20:36
A mural painted by Palestinian artist Ali Al-Jabali in a destroyed building in Gaza

A mural painted by Palestinian artist Ali Al-Jabali in a destroyed building in Gaza. (photo credit: REUTERS/IBRAHEEM ABU MUSTAFA)

 
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Palestinian artist Ali al-Jabali is displaying paintings on buildings destroyed during airstrikes in the Gaza Strip in his exhibition "Dreamers Among the Rubble", according to Middle East Monitor (MEMO).

A mural painted by Palestinian artist Ali Al-Jabali in a destroyed building in Gaza (REUTERS/IBRAHEEM ABU MUSTAFA)

Al-Jabali has painted four walls and six oil paintings to depict the difficulties of the lives of Palestinians in Gaza.




"This exhibition is a true reflection of the situation in Gaza," al-Jabali told MEMO. The paintings "reflect the suffering we go through in Gaza."

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