Which Rabin Did You Vote For?

Translation/Interpretation/Caption Text: 
Hebrew translation: Which Rabin did you vote for? Today the Golan… next year in Jerusalem. In the well-known 1967 David Rubinger photograph in the upper left hand corner of the poster (left to right) Uzi Narkiss, Moshe Dayan and Yitzak Rabin walk through the Lion's Gate in Jerusalem at the conclusion of the June War. The poster, a remix of the Rubinger photo, depicts (left to right) Hafez Al Assad, Yasser Arafat and Yitzak Rabin.


Palestine International Festival - 1993


Artist/Designer/Photographer: 
Taisir Masrieh

Language: 
Arabic, English

Dimensions:
100 x 70 cm

Year: 
1993

Publisher: 
Popular Art Center - Ramallah

Published in: 
Palestine

Status/Acquisition Goals: 
The PPPA has only a digital version of this poster/image/article/graphic/item

Source/Credit/Provenance: 
Sent in by artist

Number of duplicates: 
0

Related links: 
Popular Art Centre web site

Wellspring: 
Palestinian Nationalist Artists/Agencies

Iconography: 
-Woman/Female
-Clenched fist/Hand/Arm/Fingers

Special Collection: 
-Popular Art Center
-Turbo Design
-Via Submit Poster

1918 - 1977 - 1993

1918 - 1977 - 1993.jpg

Translation/Interpretation/Caption Text: 
French translation: (two upper images)
Encounter between two leaders of independent movements to establish the basis of cooperation between Jews and Arabs. (Chaim Weizmann and Emir Faisal)
(two middle images)
Camp David Accords with the signing of an Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty. (Menachem Begin and Anwar Sadat)
(bottom image)
Who will make 1993 the year of peace? (Yitzak Rabin)


Israel's First Nuclear Hostage

No To the "Bantustans"

No To the Bantustans - Yes to the Intifada

Reuven Ruben Exhibit

Reuven Ruben Exhibit.jpg

Translation/Interpretation/Caption Text: 
Hebrew translation: In progress.


Artist/Designer/Photographer: 
Reuven Rubin

Language: 
Hebrew

Year: 
1993

Publisher: 
Research in Progress

Published in: 
Israel

Status/Acquisition Goals: 
The PPPA has only a digital version of this poster/image/article/graphic/item

Source/Credit/Provenance: 
Internet

Number of duplicates: 
0

Related links: 
Wikipedia essay on Reuven Rubin

Wellspring: 
Zionist/Israeli Artists/Agencies

Iconography: 
Flowers/Fruit/Plants

Special Collection: 
xhibits/Exhibitions/Art Shows

Palestinian Affairs Magazine - شؤون الفلسطينية

Translation/Interpretation/Caption Text: 

Palestinian Affairs (Shu'un Filastinyya) is a quarterly magazine issued by the PLO's Palestine Research Center (PRC). The magazine publishes articles (in Arabic) related to Palestinian politics, culture, economics, international relations, and other subjects. Issues 1 (1971) through 135-136 (March-April 1983) were published in Beirut. The publication moved to Nicosia, Cyprus after a car bomb attack on the Center in February 1983, which killed eight staff members. It resumed publication in the summer of 1985. Publication stopped with Issue 244-245 (July-August 1993) for financial reasons, but resumed again in Ramallah in November 2011. The long-time director of the PRC was Sabri Jiryis and editors of Shu'un Filastiniyya included Anis Sayyigh and Mahmoud Darwish, and others involved included Faisal Hourani, Bilal al-Hassan, and Mahmoud al-Khatib. The General Union of Palestinian Plastic Artists consulted on the selections of the cover art from the 1980s onward.

Rochelle Davis, Louisa Ainsworth, Andy Marimoto and Jessica Michek organized the technical preparation of this Special Collection.