Marcia Annenberg’s paintings, sculpture, installations, and videos focus on under-reported stories in American media – ranging from 9/11 and climate change, to the loss of our constitutional protections. This suppression of information constitutes a new form of propaganda.
Born in Tropaia Gortynias, Greece in 1957. Lives and works in Athens, Greece.
Abdualmalik (Alrahabi) Abud, originally from Yemen, was detained at Guantánamo for almost 15 years before being released to Montenegro in 2016. He began creating art during his last years at Guantánamo. Whenever he thought of his wife and daughter, he would begin to draw, in order to forget that he was imprisoned. He frequently drew
Djamel Ameziane, a refugee from Algeria, was detained in Guantánamo Bay from 2002 until 2013. He created most of his artwork between March 2009 and June 2011 as he waited out the five years from when he was cleared for release in 2008 and when he was finally transferred to Algeria in 2013.