Anna’s interdisciplinary art work has appeared in national museums and galleries, including the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. and the Alena Museum in Oakland, CA . She weaves the spiritual, the digital, visual art, performance and text from her poetry for immersive and memorable experiences towards radical love and collective liberation.
COMING SOON: DIASPORA PRAYER OF THE REFUGEE’S GRANDCHILD
SHORT FILM & STILL PHOTOGRAPHY SET TO TALHAMI’S POETRY
THE ARTIST’S GAZE: WRITTEN, DIRECTED, SHOT, PERFORMED, COMPOSED, EDITED AND ANIMATED BY ANNA TALHAMI.
CULMINATING IN A SERIES – AND CAREER – ACROSS MEDIUMS, TALHAMI UNITES THEM IN THIS VIBRANT WORK, CREATING A COHESIVE EXPERIENCE.
We Put Our Bodies on the Altar – Installation. 12 feet high x 12 feet wide x 8 feet deep, Wood, Aluminum, Steel, Textile, Video, Recorded Audio. Installation with live performances.
We Put Our Bodies on the Altar, Live performance.
Opening night reception, Root Division Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“An Embodied Prayer of New Blessings Poetry” – Paper, Ink, 48″ x 36″ per panel, 8 panels, Installation with Live Performance.
STILLS FROM BECOMING HENRY, directed by Anna Talhami
in collaboration with Launch Flix
SHORT FILM AT THE U.S. HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM IN WASHINGTON, D.C., FOLLOWING A MUSEUM AND FESTIVAL TOUR ACROSS THE U.S.