Jacqueline Salloum

Jacqueline Salloum, a Palestinian/Syrian-American artist based in New York, has exhibited widely both nationally and internationally. By employing the language of pop culture on politically intractable issues, her work achieves a rare balance of accessibility and poignancy that allows it to be both embraced and understood by diverse audiences. Salloum's politically charged art and video has been solicited by a broad range of art curators as well as political educators. Her most recent work focuses on challenging the stereotypes of Arabs in film and media in the form of video, collage, toys and gumball machines.