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Susanne Khalil Yusef (b. 1984) considers herself to be Palestinian. Her grandparents fled Jaffa in 1948 and were determined to return. They never did. Khalil Yusef’s Palestinian heritage is central to her highly personal artwork through which she addresses urgent topics such as displacement, human rights and identity. She creates small and expansive multimedia installations inspired by stories derived from various archives, found objects and personal encounters. The objects, characters, colors and forms have a meaning and play their own part in the story she wants to convey.
Beverages for friends' in collaboration with WONNE, 2020 C Susanne Khalil Yusef.
Susanne Khalil Yusef was born in 1984 in Germany and has lived in the Netherlands from when she was a teenager. She obtained her masters degree in 2018 at St. Joost Academy in 's-Hertogenbosch. During her bachelor she studied at the International Academy of Arts in Ramallah, Palestine for a semester. Her work has been exhibited at Textiel Museum Tilburg, Museum Arnhem and Slash Gallery, part of WORM in Rotterdam. Recently Khalil Yusef’s art has been added to the permanent collections of museum Arnhem and textielmuseum Tilburg.
Foam 3h is a project space where recently graduated artists and photographers are invited to present their first solo museum exhibition.
Foam selects national and international artists who's portfolio should be shown to the world. The artists are challenged to experiment, surprise and push the limits of photography. Over the years, Foam 3h has become an important meeting place for photographers, artists, students, collectors and other players in the photography field.