Hannan Abu-Hussein

Hannan Abu-Hussein, Momentary Freedom, 2015. Installation, mixed media and cement. Artist's collection
Hannan Abu-Hussein, Momentary Freedom, 2015.
Installation, mixed media and cement. Artist's collection
Hannan Abu-Hussein, It's My Body and Doesn’t Belong to Anyone, 2019. Installation, nylon stockings. Artist's collection. Photography: Shai Halevi

Hannan Abu-Hussein, It’s My Body and Doesn’t Belong to Anyone, 2019.
Installation, nylon stockings. Artist’s collection.
Photography: Shai Halevi

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Hannan Abu-Hussein is an artist and educator, born in Umm al-Fahm and lives in Jerusalem. Her central focus of interest over the last 20 years has been violence against women. Abu-Hussein has won numerous awards including the 2014 Ministry of Culture and Sport Prize for Plastic Art, and the Becky Dekel Prize from the Association for Women’s Art and Gender Research in Israel, 2019.

Hannan Abu-Hussein, Vagina, 2001-2008. Installation, mixed media. Artist’s collection.
Photography: Ramzi Mahajna

Hannan Abu-Hussein, Field of Heels, 2013. Installation, mixed material ceramic and cement. Artist’s collection.
Photography: Boris Oicherman

Hannan Abu-Hussein, Broken, 2009. Installation, mixed media and bras. Artist’s collection.
Photography: Revital Cohen

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Hannan Abu-Hussein, Talisman, 2018. Video, 1:51 min. © The artist