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Palestinian artists invited to present their work across the bridge that both connects and separates them from Jordan
by Amelia Smith
Middle East Monitor Translate This Article
23 August 2012
On 23 August 2012 Middle East Monitor reported:
The River has two Banks: A Curatorial Project across Ramallah, Palestine and Amman, Jordan will run from September to the end of October 2012. The idea behind the project is to bring two communities together who share history and culture, but have been divided by political circumstances. While the work of the artists involved will not necessarily feature the bridge, the project is about creating the opportunity for exchange between cultural practitioners on both sides of the river, something that is currently not easy. The two countries are connected and entwined and this exhibition will be an essential medium through which to understand the history and contemporary culture on both sides of the river; and to celebrate them coming together.
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