Jordan Nassar, Four Seasons, 2021; Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Print

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New York-based artist Jordan Nassar hand-stitches colorful threads onto cotton fabric, to create vibrant landscapes that evoke the Palestinian diaspora’s longing for an ancestral land. His medium derives from tatreez, a centuries-old embroidery tradition in Palestine that has been passed down typically from one generation of women to the next. At times working collaboratively with artisans located throughout the region, Nassar transforms classical patterns into abstracted figurations that frequently depict rising or setting suns above undulating hills. 

Four Seasons comprises four quarters that illustrate the sequential transitions between winter, spring, summer and fall. Although each is rendered through a geometry of its own, the horizontally positioned panels are connected by way of a curved contour that shapes a singular landscape. Nassar’s work has also been exhibited at venues such as the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; the Museum of Art and Design, New York; KMAC Museum, Louisville; and the Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv; among others. 

In addition to the five New York City arts organizations that this series benefits, Nassar has also individually elected to also donate 20% of net proceeds of this limited edition to alQaws for Sexual & Gender Diversity in Palestinian Society, a grassroots organization dedicated to building LGBTQ communities and promoting new ideas about the role of gender and sexual diversity in political activism, civil society institutions, media, and everyday life.

Jordan Nassar 
Four Seasons, 2021
11.25 x 26 inches
Archival pigment print
Signed and numbered by Jordan Nassar
Limited Edition of 30 with 4AP

This limited edition is part of ART FOR CHANGE’s Spring 2021 virtual benefit exhibition, Love to New York City, which supports artists and five New York City arts organizations––The Kitchen, Performance Space, Printed Matter, Abrons Art Center, and NADA’s new nonprofit. Of the total net proceeds from this limited edition print, 30% will directly benefit the artist, 20% will benefit the organizations, and the artist will additionally donate 20% to alQaws for Sexual & Gender Diversity in Palestinian Society.