THE GREAT MARCH OF RETURN | 1001 Limited Edition Archival Museum Print. Signed & Numbered
Acquire a museum quality pigment print on archival paper from The Great March of Return, a monumental collage by Steve Sabella of over one thousand photographs captured by five award-winning Palestinian journalists from Gaza of the crowds who gathered every Friday from March 2018 for eighteen months to end the never-ending Occupation.
THE PARACHUTE PARADOX | Award Winning Memoir
"The Parachute Paradox offers narrative storytelling of the life of the Jerusalemite artist and his experiences under Israeli occupation. It proposes a subject that is unprecedented in Palestinian literature: the liberation of the self and the homeland through the liberation of the imagination."
Available in Softcover, Hardcover, Kindle and ebook in major bookstores.
Everland | A Photo Collage of 19th Century Palestinian Embroidery (video)
EVERLAND| Steve Sabella | Collector Edition 4/6 + 2 APs. Artworks
Everand is a photo collage of Palestinian embroidery decorations photographed from 19th and early 20th century traditional costumes. This Palestinian women passed this disappearing tradition from generation to generation to reveal their heritage, ancestry, and place of origin. Everland celebrates all the charm that comes out of Palestine, a place where everything gets disrupted. Yet, the collage style enables the different cross stitches to penetrate deep into new borders, creating unique designs that look as if they represent every other culture.
Available in a collector’s edition of 6 + 2 artist proofs
- 50/50 cm collector edition
- Mounted on matte diasec
ELSEWHERE | Steve Sabella | Limited Edition of 6 + 2 APs. Artworks
A photo collage of black and white photochrome images from 19th century historic Palestine, with a few pictures from Syria and Lebanon, coloured mechanically in the past to give them a sense of reality. By collaging the photochromes, Sabella recreated the feeling of the place as if one traveled through a time machine and was suddenly present.