"What is on the top of this rock and where is it!
Unusual, "strong" place. What do you think Mooni, would architect todey
built at so mystic places or rather - not!
I think, today we avoid such topics because we do not believe in mysticism…"
"Nice album, thanks!
Where is this house from! We have pretty similar in Dalmatia / Croatia/ but smaller,
like: umbrella-houses / for villagers who work in the felt/ but scientist believe it is
maybe primal native tip of house from the one very old…"
A few I helped design parts of, the rest are mine. I tried to give credit for each one if necessary. Regarding the pictures you post, can you give credit to the architects of some of them? There are a few I'd really like to know.
EMILY TOOK HUGO BOSS AWARD I WANTED TO SHARE HER WITH YOU CIAO
Emily Jacir (املي جاسر) is a Palestinian artist, born in Bethlehem..
Jacir spent her childhood in Saudi Arabia and then attended high school in Italy. She went on to earn her undergraduate degree from the University of Dallas and her MFA from the Memphis College of Art. Currently, she divides her time between New York and Ramallah.
Jacir works in a variety of media including film, photography, installation, performance, video, writing and sound. She has exhibited extensively throughout the Americas, Europe, and the Middle East since 1994, holding solo exhibitions in places including New York, Los Angeles, Ramallah, Beirut, London and Linz.
She has been active in building Ramallah's art scene since 1999 and has been involved in various organizations including the Qattan Foundation, al-Ma'mal Foundation and the Sakakini Cultural Center. She has been involved in creating numerous projects and events such as Birzeit's Virtual Art Gallery. She also founded and curated the first International Video Festival in Ramallah in 2002.  She is currently a full-time instructor at the International Academy of Art in Ramallah.
On 17 October 2007 she won the 'Leone d'Oro a un artista under 40' - (Golden Lion for artists under 40) - at the 52nd Venice Biennale for "a practice that takes as its subject exile in general and the Palestinian issue in particular. Without recourse to exoticism, the work on display in the central Pavilion at the Giardini establishes and expands a crossover between cinema, archival documentation, narrative and sound" . She is also a recipient of the prestigious Prince Claus Award, an annual prize from the Prince Claus Fund for Culture and Development, headquartered in The Hague. She is the winner of the 2008 Hugo Boss Prize by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation for two installations memorializing Palestinian intellectual Wael Zwaiter, who was assassinated by Israeli Mossad intelligence agents in Italy in 1973.
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Museums where her work has been shown:
Palazzo delle Papesse in Siena, Italy, nella mostra 'System Error: war is a force that gives us meanings'
Khalil Sakakini Cultural Center in Ramallah
Modern Art Oxford
Museum of Modern Art in New York
Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco
Whitney Museum of American Art
CCS Hessel Museum of Contemporary Art at Bard College
The Main Gallery in the US that shows her work is Alexander and Bonin in NYC (212.367.7474)
I have begun viewing some of your photos and will definitely have to spend more time visiting your web page. You have quite a collection of very interesting examples of the human imagination at work. I hope that you have a very good Christmas (if you are celebrating Christmas in Egypt). You definitely have a very good eye for creative photography.