Rosalind Nashashibi

Working with film and painting, Nashashibi’s works are centered around everyday observations. Her films are often rhythmic and meditative, describing the qualities of experience. Nashashibi frequently presents her films alongside objects and paintings. Much like her films, her paintings reference everyday encounters and her immediate environment.   

Solo exhibitions of Nashashibi's work include Two Tribes, Murray Guy, New York, USA (2016); Electrical Gaza, Imperial War Museum, London, UK (2015); and The Painter and the Deliveryman, Objectif Exhibitions, Antwerp, Netherlands (2013). Selected group exhibitions include: Documenta 14 (2017); I Call This Progress to a Halt, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, LA, USA (2017); Ghost of Other Stories, British Council Collection at The Model, Sligo, Ireland (2016); Corps Simples, Centre Pompidou, Malaga, Spain; Sudoku, Kunstverein München, Munich, Germany; A Million Lines, Baltic Triennial, Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow, Poland (all 2015); and Ten Thousand Wiles and a Hundred Thousand Tricks, Contemporary Image Collective, Cairo, Egypt (2014).

Courtesy of Chisenhale