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By: Reuters | Gaza |
September 20, 2021 10:37:19 pm
A Palestinian artist, Abeer Jibril, works on ballet paintings at her home in Gaza City, September 8, 2021. Picture taken September 8, 2021 | Reuters

betfair casino promo,Palestinian artist Abeer Jebril’s dark-coloured paintings show ballerinas chained in barbed wire, dancing on rocks, or facing barricades to mirror what she calls the “ticking bomb” reality of women in Gaza.

football match games today,She hopes her portraits will bring attention to the social and political problems women face in Gaza, home to two million people and devastated by wars and economic restrictions.

The artist said her work also depicts restrictions that women face within the family and the community in Gaza, a traditionally conservative territory ruled by the Islamist Hamas group since 2007.,l sonego

Inspired by Edgar Degas, a French Impressionist artist, Jebril said a ballet dancer depicts women as beautiful, free, powerful and athletic.
“The reason I chose the ballet dancer is that I see her as an icon of beauty and power. Therefore, I chose her to become the hero of my works,” Jebril, 35, told Reuters at her house in Gaza City.

"fifa betting predictions ",“It shows what the woman feels, lives, faces and how she is chained, it shows what she feels in Gaza to the audience,” she said, sitting in front of several of her paintings.

One painting depicts a dancer with her feet chained in barbed wire. Another is stepping on rocks while a third woman wraps her body around a grenade.,1xbet ethiopia

“Men and women are both in chains under the occupation,” Jebril said, referring to Israel, which along with Egypt, imposes tight border restrictions on Gaza on the grounds of security.,cycling uci

free slots 7777 games,She said her paintings also shed light on how “women suffer from the dominance of men and the inability to have a say on issues that matter”.

Men and women, Jebril said, “live in a ticking bomb in Gaza”, not knowing what will happen next.,bet on grand national online

Jebril said she gets ideas for her paintings from moves by international ballet dancers and those of her 11-year-old daughter Maya, who dances ballet.,bet365 revenue 2020

Her portaits, created using painter’s knives, have been displayed in galleries in some European and Arab countries.
“I felt despair seeing paintings displayed outside (Gaza) and I couldn’t be there. I so much had hoped to have stood next to them,” she said.

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