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REVIEWS

NEW YORK 

Whitebox Art Center

How Green Was My Valley

TANYA HABJOUQA, from the series “Occupied Pleasures” (2011– ), archival inkjet print, 27.9 x 43.2 cm. 

Courtesy Whitebox Art Center, New York.

"How Green Was My Valley" was a poetic meditation on the backbreaking labor, bittersweet sacrifice and precious pleasures entailed in the Palestinian people's love for their homeland and struggle for its liberation. Featuring photography, painting, sculpture, video and installation art by 15 emerging and established Palestinian artists, the exhibition at Whitebox Art Center, New York, foregrounded the potential for absurd humor…

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