Raeda Saadeh

by Issa, Rose

In this first monograph of her work, photographer, installation, video and performance artist Raeda Saadeh conveys the many paradoxes, ironies and frustrations of daily life in her homeland, Palestine, with captivating humour and charm. Drawing from influences as diverse as the European great master painters and ancient fairy tales, she presents an upbeat strength and positivity that encourage the viewer to do a double-take and reconsider entrenched opinions. With essays by Victoria Brittain, Juliet Cestar, Aida Nasrallah and Francesca Ricci.