Fragmentation & Unity: The Art of Sari Khoury

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Khoury with Kamal Boullatta (second from left) at the It’s Possible: 24 Israeli and Palestinian Artists Unite for Peace exhibit, October 1988.
Source: Sari Khoury Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan.

“Let us balance our sentiments with a sense of objectivity. Let us not allow our sentiments deteriorate into self-pity, praise or story-telling. These are characteristics of the weak. What we should strive for is performance. In our contemporary world, performance has weight. It takes a competitive nature. We have to compete in war, politics, art and science; we have to prove our capabilities through honest thinking, feeling and acting.”

It’s Possible: 24 Israeli and Palestinian Artists Unite for Peace, October 12 – November 20, 1988; The Great Hall Gallery, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Art, New York.

 
 
 
 
 
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