2048 by Majdulin Nasrallah – Posters for Gaza

$ 80.00

Posters for Gaza: 2048 (2023) by Majdulin Nasrallah
42 x 30 cm
FineArt archival paper, 230 gsm

Shipping and Delivery

  • $15 flat fee for local delivery within Dubai (3-5 days)
  • $45 flat fee for international shipping (7-10 days) via DHL
  • Ships unframed

Proceeds from the online poster sale will provide much-needed medical aid to affected children in Gaza, through The Palestine Red Crescent Society.


2048 by Majdulin Nasrallah

2048 by Majdulin Nasrallah: The project launched by Zawyeh Gallery, ‘Posters for Gaza’ aims to shed light on the ethnic cleansing and horrific massacres inflicted on the Gaza Strip demanding cease fire and the recognition of Palestinian rights to live freely on their land with dignity.

Representing a long tradition in Palestinian history, political posters were produced extensively in the seventies and the eighties by the Palestinian Liberation Organization with the contribution of Palestinian, Arab, and international artists. Posters played a crucial role then in supporting the justice of the Palestinian cause and promoting it globally, guided by freedom, dignity, resilience, and the ongoing aspiration for independence, sought by Palestinians.

Majdulin Nasrallah is an Interdisciplinary designer holding a Master of Fine Arts in Interdisciplinary Design Studies and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from Virginia Commonwealth University. Majdulin weaves threads of memory, identity, and belonging into her work through various means and mediums including paintings, textiles, sculptures, and large-scale installations. Her work, both poetic and political, explores the relationship between the human experience and the built environment on both a personal and universal scale. It is an ongoing exploration and reflection on the transitory nature of borders in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. It questions the ever-changing urban fabric, where barriers are subject to constant reconfiguration – emerging, expanding, shrinking, and disappearing – based on a military agenda.

Majdulin’s work has been showcased at several venues across Doha, Qatar including Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art (2022, 2023), Eiwan Al Gassar Gallery, St. Regis (2022, 2023), Doha Fire Station Gallery (2021), Crescent Park, Lusail (2021), Al-Hosh Art Gallery, Jerusalem (2020). Her work has also been exhibited Internationally at the Art Museum at the University of Toronto, Canada (2022), Manege Central Exhibition Hall, St. Petersburg, Russia (2018), the Anderson Gallery, Richmond, Virginia (2018), Kraftwerk, Berlin, Germany (2017). She lives and works in Doha, Qatar.