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Off Screen: Four Young Artists in the Middle East Hardcover – 7 Jun 2004


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Henry Hemming is the author of 'Misadventure in the Middle East', 'In Search of the English Eccentric', 'Together' and most recently 'Churchill's Iceman: The True Story of Geoffrey Pyke: Genius, Fugitive, Spy'. For more, see henryhemming.com

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Al Braithwaite (age 24) is a painter and sculptor with a degree in Geography from Oxford University. He has exhibited at Frevd's Gallery (2001), Golden Cross (2000), Lennox Gallery (1999). He was awarded the Henry Oliver Beckitt Prize (2002), Shell Prize (2000), Millington-Drake Painting Prize (1998). He is Editor and Web Designer of YESart.co.uk and has led painting expeditions to Greece, Guatemala and Dominica. Henry Hemming (age 24) is a painter with a degree in History from the University of Newcastle. He has exhibited at Frevd's Gallery (2001), Lennox Gallery (1999), Wold Galleries (1998). He was awarded the Harmsworth Painting Prize (1998) and the Henry Croucher Prize (2002). He is Editor of Nomad travel magazine and founder of Nomad events and has led painting expeditions to the Brazilian Amazon, Belize, Dominica and Italy. Stephen Stapleton (age 26) is a collage artist with a degree in Critical Fine Art Practice from the University of Brighton. He has exhibited at the Royal Geographical Society (2000); and in Kansas City, USA (2000). He was awarded the Charles Musset Drawing Prize (1997) and the Waterstones Travel Writing Award. He is Creative Head of iNomad and has led expeditions to northern Ethiopia, South Africa and across North America. Georgie Weedon (age 24) is a filmmaker. She has an MA from Goldsmiths College and a degree in Combined Studies from the University of Newcastle. Exhibitions include New Beggin Gallery (2000). She directed and wrote Adam and Eve for the Durham Fashion Show (2001) and has worked with the London Film School and now works for Films of Record.

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Beautiful. Sad. 29 Mar. 2006
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Reminiscent of Dan Eldon, Offscreen is an incredibly moving glimpse into the everyday lives of everyday residents of Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Oman, Syria, Turkey & more.

The artists are collagers, painters, photographers, videographers, writers.

The book is compiled from art/journal pages made over a year spent in the Middle East.

It reveals more than we see in the relatively few & far between snapshots we receive from mainstream media.

After giving away several copies of Offscreen, I have finally gotten a copy which I'm determined to keep!
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