Hamde Abu Rahma – The Photography of Resistance

Tuesday 2nd - Wednesday 9th September 2015
10am - 5pm (Not Sunday)

Hamde Abu Rahma is a young photo-journalist from Bil’in, a small village in Palestine situated just beside the apartheid wall. After the murder of his cousin, Bassem, by the Isreali Occupation Force Hamde resolved to use the camera lens as his weapon of resistance.

The exhibition includes scenes of every-day life in Palestine, as well as the many ways in which the people deal with the occupation of their land.

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