Photo­graph, 10067 cm, digital pigment print FineArt, lami­nated with 3mm Dibond, satin lami­nate

Photo­graph 5033.5 cm. digital pigment print FineArt, lami­nated with 3mm Dibond, satin lami­nate

A photo portrait of the sisters Elà and Leylà Ury, teenagers of 15 and 13, who live in London: one is wearing a Kefiyah, the Pales­tinian scarf, the other a Star of David. Elà and Leylà’s parents are David Ury (Tanya’s brother), a British Jew of German origin and Deniz Engin, a Turkish Muslim – they allow their chil­dren to live out a choice among several cultural and reli­gious hybrids.



Presen­ta­tion

2009 (7.12.2008 – 28.1.2009) Sibling Rivalry (10067 cm), solo exhi­bi­tion, in the series Jewish Impres­sions”, 8 pm (9.1) Arkadas Theatre, Bühne der Kulturen (Stages of Diverse Cultures) Cologne (D)

www​.buehned​erkul​turen​.de

www​.ksta​.de

2009 (5.2. – 15.3.) Sibling Rivalry (5033.5 cm), Art of Emer­gency”, group exhi­bi­tion, Opening 7pm, 5th February, Artneu­land, Berlin (D) artneu​land​.com


Publi­ca­tions & Press

2008 (11) Sibling Rivalry discussed in article on Tanya Ury (in German) by Hartmut Bomhoff, Jüdische Zeitung (monthly), Berlin (D) article as PDF

www.j‑zeit.de

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