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Meet Walid Zou'bi's CYber Heads, Our First Ever NFT Drop!
Walid Zou'bi is a visual artist with a diverse background that includes Danish, Jordanian, Hungarian, Bulgarian, German, and Turkish ancestry. He has explored a variety of artistic mediums throughout his career, from fashion design to special effects makeup. His latest venture is into the world of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), with his first-ever collection titled "CYber Heads."
Celebrating Body Positivity with our Latest Exhibition: "Earthshine" by Yafa Gowaily & Kaiser Moussa
Yafa Gowaily and Kaiser Moussa are excited to present “Earthshine”, their first online exhibition. This stream of new artworks was created with love, harmony, and a pure desire to portray the body’s natural beauty through exuberant and blissful colors. “Earthshine” launched virtually through a panel with the artists and Abdulah, the founder of Marsoum Art Collective on Monday June 21, 2021 at 8 p.m. EST. You can watch a replay of the virtual vernissage in this entry.
Interview Replay: Fan Bel Arabi x Marsoum x Qahtan Alameen talk about "Comfort In Chaos"
Qahtan Alameen and the Marsoum Art Collective launched Qahtan’s first virtual exhibition “Comfort In Chaos” in early November 2020. On December 1, 2020 our founder Abdulah went live with our latest cultural partner, Yafa Gowaily of Fan Bel Arabi (فن بالعربي من كندا / Arab Art Canada) to talk about the Marsoum Art Collective’s projects and Qahtan’s ongoing exhibition in specific. Watch the full replay here.
Celebrating the Launch of "Comfort In Chaos" by Qahtan Alameen

Qahtan Alameen and Marsoum Art Collective are excited to present the Toronto-based artist’s first virtual exhibition under the title of “Comfort In Chaos”. This series of new digital artworks were created in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. They deal with the topics of isolation and they layers of self-reflection that came with it. “Comfort In Chaos” launched on Saturday November 7, 2020 at .

Going Online and “In Between The Lines” at Virtual Papier with Adel Bentounsi
Adel’s Thought Provoking Series Featured at the Inaugural Edition of Virtual Papier and on the AR Collecting app from June 4 to 21, 2020 During this unique point in human history, artists, gallerists and institutions have all been striving to...
Unveiling THE CAT PROJECT, A Virtual Exhibition by Mohammed Afefa with Dar Al-Anda
Play the recording of our first-ever livestream and learn about how this groundbreaking virtual vernissage came to be. In an online event that was the first of its kind in Jordan, Palestinian-Jordanian cartoonist and painter, Mohammed Afefa, revealed a new collection that is being exhibited exclusively online in collaboration with our primary cultural partner, Dar Al-Anda Art Gallery in Amman, Jordan.
Haifa, Jaffa, and Acre, Then and Now: How The Cultural Crossroads of Palestine Have Been Reshaped by the Nakba
This entry commemorates the 72nd Nakba Day and a full year of the online edition of “A National Monument” by Visualizing Palestine and Marwan Rechmaoui, by zooming in on Haifa, Jaffa, and Acre, as depicted in the recently-launched Palestine, Today platform. These three cities have played a significant role in shaping and reshaping the Palestinian culture over the past seven decades.
Announcing "Too Far, So Close": our Début Live Exhibition at Monica Reyes Gallery in Vancouver, BC
Introducing "Too Far, So Close" curated by Hamidreza Jadid and co-presented in partnership with Abdulah Al-Ghoul of the Marsoum Art Collective. The exhibition includes works by: Sharareh Khosravani, Kambiz Sharif, Amir Kamand, Sheida Soleimani, Violet Modaresi, Adel Bentounsi, Mouneer Al-Shaarani and Hamidreza Jadid.
Visualizing Palestine & Marwan Rechmaoui's "A National Monument" In The Press

The inaugural run of A National Monument by Visualizing Palestine and Marwan Rechmaoui has garnered media coverage by the likes of Al-Monitor and The National U.A.E. Go behind the scenes, in the artist’s studio, and beyond in this selection of insightful éxposés.

Presenting our First Ever Online Exhibition: "A National Monument" with Visualizing Palestine & Marwan Rechmaoui
We are proud to reveal A National Monument, a limited edition series of 21 wooden topographic reliefs created by Visualizing Palestine together with Lebanese artist Marwan Rechmaoui. The works recreate a 3-dimensional snapshot of the major Palestinian cities and towns circa 1947, based on the final British surveys before the Nakba (1948 Palestinian exodus) combined with digital elevation data from NASA.

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