• The exhibition presents recent artworks from Syrian artists who continue to work despite of the daily trauma. Those artists, renown for some of them on international art networks, continue to create during the revolution then the war. Some decided to stay to live in Syria. The others, spread in Europe and abroad, are now in exile. It’s a work about war, about daily life in war time, an artistic vision about their reality (photograph, digital work, drawing, video and painting) where it questions the destruction of their country and the meaning of art in war time. The work is both a passionate artistic view but also, a testimony on the currents event.
• Curator: Delphine Leccas
• Exhibition at Rocher de Palmer (Cenon, France) from January 24 till February 12, 2015.
• Opening accompanied by a round table with the artists and a concert with Noma Omran (voice), Khaled Aljaramani (ud) and Mohanad Aljaramani (ud and percussions).
• Screenings at Utopia Cinema (Bordeaux, France): "The Immortal Sergeant" by Ziad Kalthoum (2013, 72min) and "Silvered Water, Syria Self-Portrait" by Ossama Mohammed and Wiam Simav Bedirxan (2014, 110 min).

• Monif Ajaj (Corgnac-sur-l’Isle, France), Ammar Al-Beik (Berlin, Germany), Akram Al Halabi (Vienna, Austria), Khaled Aljaramani (Lyon, France), Mohanad Aljaramani (Paris, France), Adel Daoud (Vienna, Austria), Aiham Dib (Damascus, Syria), Amr Fahed (Damascus, Syria), Ziad Kalthoum (Berlin, Germany), Randa Maddah (Majdal Shams, Golan Heights), Waseem Al Marzouki (Doha, Qatar), Ossama Mohammed (Paris), Mohamad Omran (Paris, France), Noma Omran (Paris, France), Yaser Safi (Beirut, Lebanon-Damascus, Syria), Muzaffar Salman (Paris, France), Fadi Yaziji (Damascus, Syria).