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P21 Gallery
Independent not for profit organisation established to promote contemporary Arab identities by focusing on their art & culture with distinct focus on Palestine.
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Our new exhibition 'WOMEN/JERUSALEM/THREADS' explores the cultural heritage of Palestine through its rich costume tradition. Take a journey down the colourful history of the women's…
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P21 Gallery Jul 4
Sufi musical performance and contemporary poetry by Bachar Zarkan | This Friday 7:30pm @ Kings Place, London, Picture by Yousef Lawadi Details:
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P21 Gallery Jun 28
MEMOIR WRITING WORKSHOP | Your Life as Multicultural Memoir | Sunday, 1st July 2018, 14:00 - 16:00 | TICKETS FREE VIA EVENTBRITE or £3 at the door | TICKETS: | MORE INFO:
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P21 Gallery Jun 26
WORKSHOP | Interfaith Childhoods: Common Threads Found Through Art | Open to parents and their children aged 5-8 years | More Info: | Free Event: Please get you Ticket here:
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P21 Gallery Jun 14
'Expelling people from their homes is a war…
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P21 Gallery Jun 13
Great news! Our exhibition The Pop Art Exodus is being extended for another week! If you haven't managed to come over yet, you can do so until 23rd of Jun. We are looking forward to seeing you!
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P21 Gallery Jun 10
The Palestinian Nakba: Same tragedy, different perspective | Review of The PoP Art Exodus Exhibition |
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P21 Gallery Jun 9
Are you hungry for some culture? Come and visit our exhibition The Pop Art Exodus featuring political prints on the Nakbah by Mohammad Bassyouni.
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P21 Gallery Jun 8
Are you an art collector? Do you like contemporary art? Don't miss out on the perfect opportunity to get one of our specially produced prints of God Save The Queen signed by the artist Mohammad Bassyouni for just £25. Hurry hurry! It is a limited edition!
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P21 Gallery Jun 6
Every Woman is a Queen. Queen of her life, kids, husband, land ... but what can Queen do when she knows that everything she's has been living for will be soon taken away. God Save that -Dead- Queen. There is still an opportunity to buy a print of God Save the Queen for only £25.
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P21 Gallery May 31
PoP Art Exodus Exhibition opening tomorrow 1st June 2018 @p21_gallery from 12pm | More info: | Limited edition of this iconic artwork “God Save the Queen” available @p21_gallery during the exhibition. 100 copies are signed and dated by the artist.
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P21 Gallery May 17
Oriental Fringe | Performance of Yaz Fentazi on…
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P21 Gallery May 17
Oriental Fringe | Performance of Yaz Fentazi on Oud and Robyn Hemmings Upright bass, professional or beginners want to perform? all welcome Sign up from 7:00 | Wednesday, 23rd May 2018, 19:00 - 21:00 | More Info:
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P21 Gallery May 14
Discussion about Marcello Di Cintio’s book, “Pay No Heed to Rockets: Palestine in the Present Tense” followed by screening of "The Wanted 18" by Amer Shomali | Wednesday, 16th May 2018, 18:30 - 20:00 | More Info:
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P21 Gallery May 13
Baroness Jenny Tonge will be discussing Karl Sabbagh's new book "A Modest Proposal ... to Solve the Palestine-Israel Conflict" | Tuesday, 15th May 2018, 18:30 - 20:00 | More info:
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P21 Gallery May 10
Libyan-American scholar and writer Adam Benkato will be exploring some very unexpected voices from the Libyan past this Saturday 12th May 2018, 14:30 | More Info:
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P21 Gallery May 6
GALLERY TALK | Una Casa Normale by Barbara Spadaro | Thursday, 10th May 2018, 18:30 - 20:00 | MORE INFO:
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P21 Gallery May 4
GALLERY TALK | Weaving the Fabric of our Fate by Farrah Fray | Saturday, 5 May 2018, 14:30 - 16:00 | MORE INFO:
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Eustontowner Apr 26
Don't miss - the UK’s first festival of Muslim culture this weekend:
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P21 Gallery Apr 25
Check out the ' MFest After Party,' at P21 Gallery this Saturday, 28 April :30p part of the first UK's festival of Muslim culture and literature launching in London this week!!!!
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