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1980- 1990 Maximize
1990 - 2000 Minimize

1991
An Artist's Point of View
Painting: Nawal Abdullah, Aziz Ammoura, Ali Jabri, Ammar Khammash, Khalid Khreis, Ahmad Nawash, Nabil Shehadeh, Suha Shoman, Wijdan.
Etching: Mona Saudi.
The Makintosh Gallery, London and Ontario, Canda. In cooperation with the University of Western Ontario, Canada.

1993
Sixth Asian Biennial
painting. Dekka, Bangladesh.

1994
Forces of Change: Arab Women Artists
painting, sculpture, ceramics, weaving and installation. A touring exhibition of the USA: National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington DC; Chicago Cultural Centre and Nexus Center, Atlanta; Miami; Bedford Gallery/Regional Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek, California. In cooperation with the International Council for Women in the Arts (ICWA).

1994
"Conglomeration: Contemporary Art from Jordan" (Jordan)
Painting: Nawal Abdullah, Aziz Ammoura, Muhanna Durra, Ali Jabri, Khalid Khreis, Suha Shoman, Wijdan, Fahrelnissa Zeid.
Sculpture: Larissa Najjar, Samer Tabbaa.
Egyptian Academy, Rome. In cooperation with the Egyptian Ministry of Culture.

1995
Jordanian Contemporary Art
Painting: Nawal Abdullah, Jalal Ariqat, Ghada Dahdalah, Muhanna Durra, Yasser Duwaik, Mohammad al-Jaloos, Khalid Khreis, Hind Nasser, Nabil Shahadeh, Suha Shoman, Wijdan.
Sculpture: Larisa Najjar, Samer Tabbaa.
Atkinson Gallery, Millfield, England.

1996
The Right to Write
Painting: Rachid Kora?i (Algeria); Chant Avedissian, Ahmad Moustafa, Ramzi Moustafa (Egypt); Amina Ahuja, Hussein (India); Hossein Zandaroudi (Iran); Shakir Hassan Al Said, Himat Muhammad Ali, Wasma Chorbachi, Issam El-Said, Leila Kawash, Hassan Massoudy, Rafa Nasiri (Iraq); Saleh Abu Shindi, Aziz Ammoura, Yasser Duwaik, Khalid Khreis, Wijdan (Jordan); Ali Omer Ermes (Libya); Nirmala Shanmughalingam, Ahmad Khalid Yusuf (Malaysia); Abdullah Hariri, Mehdi Qotbi (Morocco); Kamal Boullata, Jumana Husseini, Samir Salameh, Laila Shawa, Vladimir Tamari (Palestine); Yussef Ahmad, Ali Hassan (Qatar); Abdel Basit Khatim, Osman Waqialla (Sudan); Mahmoud Hammad, Khairat Saleh (Syria); Hedi Labban, Khaled Bin Slimane (Tunisia); Erol Akyavas, Burhan Dogan? (Turkey); Maisoon Qasimi (United Arab Emirates).
Sculpture: Parviz Tanavoli (Iran); Usama Khalidi (Palestine), Ahmad M. Shibrain (Sudan).
Ceramics by: Mahmoud Taha (Jordan).
From the Permanent Collection of the JNGFA. The Dalton Gallery, Agnes Scott College, Atlanta, USA.

1999
Contemporary Jordanian Art
Paintings: Nasr Abdel Aziz, Nawal Abdullah, Aziz Ammoura, Ghada Dahdalah, Riham Ghasib, Khalid Khreis, Nabil Shehadeh.
Sculpture: Larissa Najar.
Ceramics: Mahmoud Taha, Hazim Zo'bi.
Hall of Arts, Kuwait City. In cooperation with the National Council for Culture, Arts and Literature, Kuwait.

 

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2001
Jordanian Contemporary Art
Painting: Clara Amado Khreis, Muhannah Durra, Mohammad Jaloos, Hafiz Kassis, Mohammad Qaytouqah, Rafik Lahham, Nassar Mansour, Fuad Mimi, Mohammad Nasrallah, Abdel Raouf Shamoun, Margaret Tadros, Issam Tantawi, Wijdan, Samia Zaru.
Dossari Hall, Kuwait City. In cooperation with The Kuwaiti National Council for Culture, Art and Literature.

2002
Between Legend and Reality: Modern Art from the Arab World
Artist from sixteen Arab countries.
Painting: Nawal Abdallah, Aziz Ammoura, Karima Ben Othman, Muhammad al-Jouqi, Khaled Khreis, Nassar Mansour, Mona Saudi, Nabil Shehadeh, Dodi Tabbaa, Wijdan, Fahrelnissa Zeid (Jordan). Abed Abidi, Nabil Anani, Kamal Boullata, Suleiman Mansour, Mounira Nusseibeh, Samir Salameh, Leila Shawa, Samia Zaru (Palestine). Abdul Jabbar Alghadban, Abdel Latif Mufiz (Bahrain). Hachemi Azza, Farid Belkahia (Morocco). Taha Boustani, Raad Doulaimi, Issam El-Said, Haidar Khalid, Hassan Massoudy, Mahmoud Ubeidi (Iraq). Ali Omar  Ermes (Libya). Muhsin Fadle, Ahmad Moustafa, Hamid Nada, Ayad Nimmer (Egypt). Mustafa Fathi, Nazir Nabaa, Khairat Saleh (Syria). Ali Ghaddaf (Yemen). Paul Guiragossian (Lebanon). Ali Hassan (Qatar). Mohamed Omer Khalil (Sudan). Rachid Koraichi (Algeria). Nja Mahdaoui (Tunisia). Maisoon Saqr al-Qasimi (United Arab Emirates). Faisal Samra (Saudi Arabia).
The Dossari Hall, Kuwait City, Akureyri Art Museum/Iceland and later the Reykjavik Art Museum, Iceland.

2003
Breaking the Veils: Women Artists from the Islamic World
Painting: Baya, Houria Niati (Algeria); Balqees Fakhro (Bahrain); Tina Ahmad, Kanek Chakma (Bangladesh); Mariam Abdul Aleem, Rabab Nimer, Naima Shishini (Egypt); Umi Dachlan, Heyi Ma'maun (Indonesia); Simin Meykadeh, Haideh Sharifi (Iran); Suad Attar, Lisa Fattah, Leila Kawash, Hana Malallah (Iraq); Nawal Abdallah, Karima Ben Othman, Hind Nasser, Suha Shoman, Rula Shukairy, Dodi Tabbaa, Wijdan, Samia Zaru, Fahrelnissa Zeid (Jordan); Thuraya Baqsami (Kuwait); Etel Adnan, Juliana Seraphime (Lebanon); Nirmala Shanmughalingam, Sharifa Fatimah Zubir (Malaysia); Sohad Lachiri, Najia Mehadji (Morocco); Rabha Mahmoud (Oman); Mher Afroze, Naz Ikramulla, Nahid Reza (Pakistan); Samira Badran, Rana Bishara, Samia Halaby, Jumana Husseini, Mounira Nusseibeh, Laila Shawa (Palestine); Fahda Bint Saud (Saudi Arabia); Kamala Ibrahim (Sudan); Laila Muraywid (Syria); Meriam Bouderbala, Rim Karoui (Tunisia); Tomur Atagok, Su Yucel (Turkey); Maysoon Qasimi (United Arab Emirates); Amna Nusairy (Yemen).
Pan-Mediterranean Women Artists Network F.A.M (Femme-Art-Mediterran) in Rhodes- Greece (19/9/2002). In cooperation with F.A.M (Femme-Art-Mediterran);Benaki Museum in Athens- Greece (28/11-23/2/2003); UNESCO Headquarters in Paris- France (11-14/3/2003); Fine Arts Museum in Valencia- Spain (25/6/2003); The Foundation of the Three Cultures Expo in Seville- Spain (12/11/2003)

2004
Breaking the Veils: Women Artists from the Islamic World
Edificio Varadero in Almeria- Spain (17/3/2004); Museo di Storia Contemporanea in Milan- Italy (31/5/2004); Placio Reale in Napoly- Italy (12/7/2004); S. Francesco Della Scarpa in Lecce- Italy (23/10/2004); Abbaye de Neumer Luxembourg, Centre Culturel de Rencontre in Luxembourg ( 24/11/2004)

2004
Au Dela Du Reisme: Peinture Contemporaine Jordanienne
Painting: Nawal Abdullah, Rajwa Bint Ali, Aziz Ammoura, Suhail Baqaeen, Ghada Dahdaleh, Muhanna Durra, Ali Jabri, Hakim Jamain, Mohammad Kaitouqa, Ammar Khammash, Clara Amado Khreis, Khalid Khreis, Nabil Shehadeh, Rula Shukairy, Dodi Tabaa, Samir Tabaa, Wijdan, Fahrenissa Zeid.
Hotel de Ville, Paris-France.

2004
V Biennale D'arte Sacra
Mary of Nazareth. The meeting point of three cultures: Jewsih, Christian and Muslim. Artists from the colection of JNG: Ameena Ahmed Ahuja (India) Kamal Boullata (Palestine) Abdulla El-Hariri (Morocco) Issam El Said (Iraq) Mahmoud Hammad (Syria) Ali Hassan (Qatar) Rachid Mahmoud Koraichi (Algeria) Ahmed Moustafa (Egypt) Osman Wqialla (Sudan) Hossein Zendaroudi (Iran). Other artists: Javier Cejas Aguilar, Fernando Garcia, Clemente Jesus Rivas Jimenez (Spain)  Franco Alessandrini, Igina Balla Colabucci, Luigi Biagini, Tina Boscagli, Alessandro Bottiglioni, Luciano Capri Otti, Carlo Errani, Paolo Ghilarducci, Pino Maggi, Marina Moscadelli Bartalozzi, Rodolfo Papa, Santuzza Pulselli-Coppi, Fulvio Ravanetti, Otello Scatolini, Ardito Schiano, Sergio Maurizio Soldini, Chiara Sonnino, Daniela Ventrone (Italy) Eric Aman (France) Karmela Berg, Varda Carmeli, Hana Engel Barak, Dorit Kedar, Miriam Neiger-Fleischmann (Israel) Aleksandr Zvjagin, Olesijia Zvjagina (Russia). In cooperation with Edizioni Cappellania degli Artisti, Italy.

2005
"Breaking the Veils: Women Artists from the Islamic World"
 Museo del Risorgimento Complesso del Vittoriano in Rome- Italy (8/3/2005)

2005
"Breaking the Veils: Women Artists from the Islamic World"
Cultural Centre" Circulo Del Arte" in Barcelona - Spain (17/11/2005 - 8/1/2006)

2006
"Breaking the Veils: Women Artists from the Islamic World"
"Cultural Centre of Ourense" Ourense - Spain (13/1/2006)

2007
"Encounter between two seas"
Bienal de Sao Paulo-Valencia (28/3/2007)

2007
"Encounter between two seas"
Exhibition Museu de Belles Arts de Castello
(30 July - 9 September)

2007
"Breaking the Veils: Women Artists from the Islamic World"
Australia - Melbourne
(24 October - 11 November 2007)

2007 - 2008
"Breaking the Veils: Women Artists from the Islamic World"
Australia - Shepparton
(25 January - 26 March 2008)

2008
Sana'a Arab Forum for Fine Arts
Yemen
(17 - 25 May 2008)

2008
"Colors and Olympism" - The third Beijing International Art Biennale
China
(8 July 2008)

2008
"Breaking the Veils: Women Artists from the Islamic World"
USA – Arkansas - Little Rock – Clinton Presidential Library and Museum
(20 June - 14 September 2008)

2008
"Breaking the Veils: Women Artists from the Islamic World"
USA – Hattiesburg - University of Mississippi
6 October 2008

2009
"Dance of Visions II"
by Jordanian and Swedish artists
Sweden
31 January 2009 - 22 March 2009

2009
"Breaking the Veils: Women Artists from the Islamic World"
USA – Washington, DC - John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
24 February - 15 March 2009

 2009
"Popoli Del Mare"
Photography exhibition
Lanciano - Abruzzo - Italy
3 July

2009
"Breaking the Veils: Women Artists from the Islamic World"
USA – Connecticut, New Haven - Yale University
September 1 - December 12, 2009

 

 

2010 - 2017 Minimize

 2010

 "Breaking the Veils: Women Artists from the Islamic World" USA – Minnesota, St. Catherine University

5 February  - 1 April 1, 2010


2012

 "Contemporary Art from Jordan"Bahrain - Manama, Bahrain National Museum

25 January - End of February  2012 

  

2012

"Reflections from Heaven, Meditations on Earth: Modern Calligraphic Art from the Arab World"Italy - Rome, Mercati di Traiano.21 March - 10 June 2012 2013"Reflections from Heaven, Meditations on Earth: Modern Calligraphic Art from the Arab World"Spain - Valenica, at the Museu Valencia de la Il.lustracio I de la Modernitat, MuVIM 

17 January - March 2013

 

2013

"Between Desert and Sea"A Selection from the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts at the Pera Museum in Istanbul

24 January - 21 April 2013

 

2014

"Reflections from Heaven, Meditations on Earth: Modern Calligraphic Art from the Arab World"Spain - Madrid, Casa America 

 28 March  - May 2014

 

2014

"Visible Differences"

 Bahrain, Manama, National Museum 

7 May - 31 August 2014

 

2015

 “Contemporary Jordanian Art” exhibition in cooperation with Shoman Foundation at the Sultan Bin Ali Al Owais Cultural Foundation, Dubai, UAE

14 -31 December 2015 

 

 

 

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