Outset Germany is pleased to support the residency of artist Hazem Harb at the Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, from March to June 2016.
In his artworks Hazem Harb deals with numerous of different issues such as war, loss, global instability and human vulnerability. Over the past few years Hazem Harb has developed a multifaceted practice, where he has worked with painting, video, drawing, sculpture and installation. His work pivots around examining and laying bare structures and apparatuses of power and hierarchies. Hazem has been preoccupied lately with questions around architecture and destruction.
HAZEM HARB is a Palestinian artist, born in 1980 in Gaza. After graduating from the European Institute of Design in Rome, he had an art residency at the Delfina Foundation, London. He was shortlisted for the A.M Qattan Young Artist of The Year award. His work is in the collections of The British Museum; Sharjah Art Foundation; Centre Pompidou; Barjeel Foundation; The Oriental Museum – Durham University; Salsali Private Museum and Al Qattan Foundation, among others. He has participated in numerous international solo and group exhibitions. His latest solo exhibition was at the Salsali Private Museum in Dubai – The Invisible Landscape And Concrete Futures in 2015.