In a Few Words
Born In: Tobruk, Libya
Lineage: Palestinian Diaspora
Lives In: Amman, Jordan
Background: An accomplished architect-turned-artist
Style & Media: digital collages of a profusion of layers & contextual media
Themes: Deep & thought-provoking explorations of past vs. present through a philosopher’s lens
In a Few More Words
Ghadeer’s work is emotionally, politically, and philosophically charged. She predominantly explores topics of war, love and chaos with a residing nostalgic feel. A seamless blend of monochromatic backgrounds and sparse yet vivid bursts of color is her signature aesthetic.
Ghadeer was born in Libya to Jordanian parents of Palestinian descent. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture. Ghadeer’s architectural background is reflected in the linear nature of her work, lending to it a complexity in execution that is fitting of the complexity of her stories.
Over the years, Ghadeer has developed a unique style through which she juxtaposes iconic Oriental and global subjects with heavily interlaced photographs, many of which are her own creations. Her digital collages are brought to life through giclée printing, the golden standard for archival inkjet printing.
2017 Modern Mystique, Semra Ecer Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey (Solo)
2016 The Levant, Dar Al-Anda Art Gallery at Beirut Art Fair, Beirut, Lebanon, 2016 (Solo)
2015 Dar Al-Anda Art Gallery at Contemporary Istanbul Art Fair, Istanbul, Turkey (Group)
2013 Creative Chaos, Dar Al-Anda Art Gallery, Amman, Jordan (Solo)
2010 Memories of War and Love, Jacaranda Image Gallery, Amman, Jordan (Solo Début)