Khalas Habibi 02 - Charity Print von Julia Ishac

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50% werden an die NGO "Offrejoie" gespendet. Offrejoie hilft den Menschen, welche von der Explosion in Beirut, Libanon betroffen sind. 

Ready to Hang in einem Ahorn Rahmen mit Echt-Glas

Limitierte Edition von 10, Nummeriert und Unterschrieben von Julia Ishac

Fine-Art Print auf Photolux White Velvet 270 g/m² 

Lese mehr über diese Edition und Offrejoie unten. 

Julia is a traveling photographer based in Zurich. Blossoming in Berlin and having lived in places like California, Lisbon and Bali she’s inspired by the city and captivated by nature. 

Capturing intimate moments, as well as framing feelings and minimalistic stills, reflecting her diverse and differentiated perception of faces and places.

50% will be donated to the NGO „Offrejoie“ to help people affected by the blast that hit Beirut, Lebanon.

In Arabic:  يبيبح صلخ „Khalas Habibi“ meaning:  "done / ok / finish / enough / stop it“ and „Darling“

This body of work was created in 2020 in the wake of the Beirut blast.

Being half Lebanese, it’s the photographer Julia Ishacs analogy of rebuilding memories related to the country with its delicate culture.

Conserving memories that might not even exist, created from imagination.

The two prints show the pursuit of consumption in constant decline.

Related to the artists personal heritage and the country's fate these two prints can be seen as a metaphor for unity and deep desires. Putting this in the actual context, this question is deeply mandatory for people peace of mind: Khalas Habibi?!

Setdesign in collaboration with Studio Vegete.

NGO offrejoie working in Beirut Lebanon with Julia Ishac and Edition3000

Offrejoie was born in the midst of a raging civil war in Lebanon in 1985.  ​

A group of young Red Cross volunteers worked together to help the injured. They started with children’s camps during the conflict by bringing groups of children from different social classes and backgrounds together to accept each members’ differences. Those camps have continued their healing work since 1985, and when those children grew up, they carried the values Love, Respect and Forgiveness that they had learned at the camps and became a movement of young citizens from all the different communities and regions in Lebanon. ​​

The Mission 

The mission of Offrejoie is “To gather the entire family of Lebanon". Offrejoie believes that fragmented societies can heal through the creation of human relationships born of shared opportunities to serve the community. By serving together a spirit of mutual regard and esteem grows fostering a sense of solidarity and a new understanding of citizenship.

The Vision

Offrejoie envisions a society whose citizens are united in diversity and committed to honoring the fundamental human rights of all.

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