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Four Squared




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Curator: Ruthie Sagi


Zohdy Qadry

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Curriculum Vitae Zohdy Qadry:

Awards and education:

2002 First prize for excellency in thesis writing. Management board of Saint Petersburg Art and Industry Academy and the Russian culture and education state department.

2001 First prize from The Gorbachev Foundation for a project design at a public exhibition against drugs use.

1997 - 2002 Saint Petersburg Art and Industry Academy - second degree in Arts and Design.

Thesis writing in the guiding of Professor Svetlana Patrova Panamarenko.

1995 - 1997 Faculty of Arts and Graphics at Kuban state University. Krasnodar, Russia.

1994 - 1995 Studio artist Melnikov. Krasnodar, Russia.

Selection of solo exhibitions:

2019 “Four Squared”. Maya Gallery, Tel Aviv.

2017 “Deconstruction the Shape”. Zawya Ramallah.

2016 “Geometric Dialogue”. Umm el-Fahem Art Gallery.

2016 “Geometric Melody”. N & N Aman Gallery, Tel Aviv.

2014 “On Palestinian abstraction and the geometrical melody of late Modernism”, Artist book.

2014 “I am Indifferent”. Tova Osman art Gallery, Tel Aviv.

2012 “Mujarrad”. Tova Osman art Gallery, Tel Aviv.

2011 Designing a Stained glass window for a school at Nahf.

2009 “Caesarean section”. Beit Ha'Gefen Art Gallery, Haifa.

2009 “Blue and white plastic Shutters”. Tova Osman art Gallery, Tel Aviv.

2009 Russian Culture Center, Tel Aviv.

2003 Faria Gallery. Saint Petersburg, Russia.

2002 - 2004 Monumental Sculpture. Russia.

Selection of group exhibitions:

2018 “Home and Domestication”. Walled off hotel”, Bethlehem.

2018 International Symposium in Belgorod, Russia.

2016 “Stains and staining”. Zawyeh Gallery, Ramallah.

2016 “Take Painting”. Petach Tikva Museum of Art.

2016 “Symbols”. N & N Aman Gallery, Tel Aviv.

2013 The Mediterranean Biennale, Sakhnin.

2012 “Memory and migration”. Umm el-Fahem Art Gallery.

2011 The Artists Residence, Herzliya.

2010 “Aswad Black”. Nazareth house of Culture.

2008 “correspondence”. The Museum for Islamic Art, Jerusalem.

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