Green Art Gallery presents until July 2nd, the Jaber Al Azmeh’s fifth solo at the Gallery. Where his previous series Wounds (2012) tackled the emotional ramifications of the uprising in Syria, and Ba’ath (2014) addressed the lack of freedom speech as the conflict unfolded, Borderlines takes on a more aerial perspective, exploring both the roots of global crisis and its implications.
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