Art Exhibitions by Marcelle Mansour
2019, December 5 – January 10, 2020, The Sixth Edition of CONTEMPORARY Venice 2019, curated by Arch. Luca Curci (Founder and Director of THE ROOM art Space). link: https://www.itsliquid.com/opening-contemporary-venice-2019.html
2019, June 13, ONE SELF, International Group Art Exhibition, New York, exhibited at the ChaShaMa Gala and After party. Work of Self-Portrait or touches on the broader topics of Identity and Self-Reflection.
2019, 28 – 31 March 2019, HER STORY International Group Art Exhibition Women Empowerment, Women’s History Month Celebration, in New York City at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea, United States.
2018, 29 September, ART TAKES SOHO, New York, HOPE FOR PEACE, Digital Paintings BY MARCELLE MANSOUR ©
The Window of Hope for Freedom, Digital Painting, Featured in Volume 2, Social Channels link: https://www.facebook.com/pg/SeeMe/photos/?tab=album&album_id=2104703576221115&__tn__=-UC-R
2018, 24 September, The Pattern of Globalization by Marcelle Mansour © 2018
The upcoming exhibition, TBA
2018, 17 August, Hope For Peace in Palestine by Marcelle Mansour © 2018
2017, 26 October, ‘ Discover the Power of SuperConsiousness’ by Artist Marcelle Mansour, The Corner Gallery Stanmore
2017, 4 May, ‘The Splendour of SuperConscious Mind‘ by Light Artist Marcelle Mansour, New York City, USA, The Manhattan Art Fair, Frieze Art Week.
A series of six paintings of Marcelle Mansour’s art exhibition titled ‘The Splendour of Super-Conscious Mind’ displayed at The Manhattan Art Fair for Frieze Art Week in the Heart of Chelsea, New York City , USA , 4-7 May 2017. Please click on link: http://arttakesmanhattan.org/store/
2016, 7 December ‘Treasure Forever’ Solo Art Exhibition of Portraiture, by Marcelle Mansour, at Art Space on the Concourse, Chatswood
2016, 21st September , ‘Instrument For Just Peace ‘, Art Exhibition and Seminar by Marcelle Mansour, at the NSW Parlaiment m Jubilee Room
2015, 28 Oct, Threshold, Art of Light and Perception, Solo Art Exhibition by Marcelle Mansour
for Healing, Renewal, and Rebirth of World Peace. Crossing the Threshold of Transformation through Light and Perception Towards Peace-Building With Justice, accompanied with a seminar of the Role of Arts in Peace-Building, on the theme of “The Role of Arts in the Promotion of Peace”. The Seminar is a part of the 2015 UN International Year of Light and the International Peace Day “Partnerships for Peace Dignity for All”.
At the Parliament of NSW, on 28 October 2015
2015, Jul 13, Exposure Award 2015 at the Louvre Museum, Paris, International Group Exhibition included Artwork of Marcelle Mansour
The Fifth Annual Exposure Award 2015 is an International Group Exhibition at the Louvre Museum, Paris
Marcelle Mansour’s work has been exhibited with a group of international selected artists at the Louvre Museum, Fifth Annual Exposure Photography Award, and presented in the International display at the Louvre Museum in Paris on 13 July 2015.
The book: says: “The photographs within this collection, represent some of the most interesting work of the Fifth Annual Exposure Award. It’s an honor to be able to share this work with you and with the world.” Marcelle’s work is in page 63. Please click the book to read.
2015, April 6, Art’s Role in Peacebuilding, An Art Exhibition of Light & Perception and Seminar by Marcelle Mansour. Universal Peace Federation, (Oceania Peace Embassy).
- Universal Peace Federation Embassy, Chippendale, (Oceania Peace Embassy).
Peace Education through Visual Art.
2014-2015, Threshold Solo Art Exhibition by Marcelle Mansour at Mary MacKillop Museum, North Sydney
Threshold Solo Art Exhibition by Marcelle Mansour at Mary MacKillop Place Museum, North Sydney 11/4/2014 – 30/3/ 2015. UN (UNESCO) International Year of Light Australia 2015
2015, Apr 2nd, Threshold Solo Art Exhibition by Marcelle Mansour at Bankstown Arts Centre
Marcelle Mansour’s Artist’s Talk of Threshold Art of Light and Perception at Bankstown Arts Centre 2nd April 2014. Below The Middle Eastern Times Magazine and a Thank you Letter from the Heart Foundation for Fundraising from the donation of entry fees at the opening of Threshold Art Exhibition at Bankstown Arts Centre 2nd April
Thank you Letter from the Heart Foundation for fundraising from the donation of entry fees at the opening of Threshold Art Exhibition at Bankstown Arts Centre 2nd April 2014
2014, Mar 7, Threshold Art Exhibition by Marcelle Mansour is included in the New York City U.S.A. Art Group Art Exhibition
Threshold Art Exhibition won the competition to be hosted in Art Show in New York City, March 7, 2014. Threshold Art Exhibition was described as “Thoughtful and Inspiring”.
Please click on link to view the artworks https://marcellemansour.see.me/ and https://marcellemansour.see.me/yearinreview2013
Marcelle Mansour’s Invitation to attend the The Year in Review 2013, Armory Week New York City March 7, 2014 that included Threshold Art Exhibition.
2013, Dec 11, Mixed Media Group Art Exhibition at Art Moments Gallery, included Marcelle Mansour’s Artwork
2012, May 5, Light in Spiritual Monochrome, A Group Art Exhibition included Marcelle Mansour’s Art Exhibition
Marcelle Mansour, Art Exhibition Light in Spiritual Monochrome, Gold Leaf and Mettalic, December 2011 – April 2012 Delmar Gallery
1999, Oct 17, A Group art Exhibition at the Arabic Carnivale by Australian Arabic Communities Council
1999, Sep, 1st, Marcelle Mansour was invited at Granville High School as a Guest Speaker, performing Artist Talk where displayed her images of Shifting Waves ‘ artworks and poetry reading. El-Telegraph Newspaper Sep 24, 1999
1998, Sep 8, SHIFTING WAVES Solo Art Exhibition and book Launch by Marcelle Mansour at the Parliament House of New South Wales
This is an extract of the Annual Report 1999 of LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL , at The Parliament House of New South Wales.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL Annual Report 1999, P 44 – 45
The Hon Edward Obeid, MLC sponsored an exhibition entitled Shifting Waves, created by the artist Marcelle Mansour, which dealt with the experiences of Arabic migrants in Australia. The exhibition was based on three major themes of Shifting Hearts, Shifting Views and Shifting Souls. Featuring a series of 20 portraits of successful Arabic speaking migrants and Australian born Arabic speakers who have contributed to building and shaping Australian multicultural society, it was accompanied with brief autobiographies and captions of their thoughts.
PAGE 44. DEPARTMENT OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ANNUAL REPORT 199899
1998, Oct 10, Shifting Hearts Solo Art Exhibition at Arthaus Gallery by Marcelle Mansour
Marcelle Mansour’s Shifting Hearts series of Paintings and Poetry from Shifting Waves‘s book © 1998, its second tour at the Arthaus gallery Newtown
1998, Shifting Souls Solo Art Exhibition by Marcelle Mansour at Arthaus Gallery
Marcelle Mansour’s Shifting Souls series of Paintings and Poetry from Shifting Waves‘s book © 1998, its second tour at the Arthaus gallery Newtown
1996 & 1997, PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE at the Australian Museum
Marcelle Mansour, Past, Present and Future, through Australian Palestinian Eyes. Community Art Exhibition, at the Australian Palestinian Club 1996, and Australia Museum in 1997, supported by Australia Council for the Arts.
This is the link of the speech of Hon James Samios at the Parliament of NSW, LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL .
Hansard at the Parliament House of NSW by The Hon James Samios, Australian Palestinian Art Exhibition by Marcelle Mansour , Copy is below:
The Hon. (Jim) James Miltiades SAMIOS, M.B.E., B.A., LL.B. (1933 – 2011)
AUSTRALIAN-PALESTINIAN ART EXHIBITION
The Hon. J. M. SAMIOS [10.12 p.m.]: I was present at an important Australian-Palestinian exhibition of paintings which was opened recently in Sydney at the Australian Museum. Community artist Marcelle Mansour, facilitator and director of the exhibition, received warm support from the arts and Arabic-speaking communities and from Federal and State politicians. Present at the exhibition were the Federal Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs, Phillip Ruddock, head of the Palestinian delegation, Ali Kazak, Carnivale Chairman, Lex Marinos, Australian Museum Director, Des Griffin, and Australian Palestinian Club spokesman, Nabil Wahhab. The paintings depict traditional Palestinian proverbs in a contemporary Australian context. Many of those proverbs are well known to us in English.
Importantly, the exhibition reflected the fact that Australia is one nation and seeks to embrace all that is good in its cultures without prejudice to its cultural and economic enrichment. In our multicultural society, in which there are equal opportunities for artists of different backgrounds to
express their individuality and their culture in their creative art, modern Australia is witnessing the emergence of dynamic art forms that speak of its cosmopolitan heritage. Mr Kazak, head of the Palestinian delegation and Ambassador to Vanuatu, recently returned from a visit to New Zealand. He met in Sydney with a number of community heads and with the Leader of the Opposition, Mr Peter Collins, to discuss the peace process in the Middle East in addition to the briefing of the meeting between Mr Fischer and Yassar Arafat held in Lebanon.
It is pleasing to note that so many forces are at work in support of the peace process in the Middle East. Soon after that function I was privileged to attend, once again, the national day of Israel at which the President of the Jewish Board of Deputies, Peter Wertheim, and others spoke strongly of their optimism for the peace process in the Middle East. They believe that, in spite of aberrations and obvious provocation from some areas, the peace process would hold. That augurs well not only for the Middle East; it is important in underpinning the social cohesion of Australia’s multicultural society. There are 240 ethnic groups in Australia, a number of which come from the Middle East. The future of the peace process in the Middle East is relative to the harmony of our multicultural society. [Time expired.]
1997, Oct 17, Peace & Freedom for Palestine, Solo Art Exhibition By Marcelle Mansour at the Australian Palestinian Club.
Pictures of their suffering
By Alice Atkins
Marcelle Mansour says her paintings simply “tell our story – the story of Palestine and the children.”
One shows an enslaved Palestine and the dove symbol of peace. Other shows a child crying in pain, a refugee with no parents and no land. “The Palestinian children have seen their parents being fought and killed and bombed, “she said. “They experience the suffering of war, the destruction of civilisation, [have] lived in refugee camps … lived with despair, anguish, poverty and hunger. “No shelter or family, no schools, no education – just war, bullets and bombs. “
Marcella’s work will be part of an exhibition at the Australian Palestinian Club, Guildford, for National Refugee Week this week. It had been organised by the Council of Australian Palestinians with the support of Austcare which has organised events nationwide. The focus this year is the theme: “More than half the world’s refugees are children. “ These children, with almost no access to protection, assistance or health and education, are targets for abuse and exploitation,” Austcare says. Marcelle hopes her art will help people understand the children’s plight. The exhibition will run until Friday. Call the club on 9220 3718 for information.
Marcelle Mansour … “The Palestinian children have seen their parents being fought and killed and bombed .” Photo: John Appleyard
1997, July 26, The Official opening and ceremony of “The Thomas and Rachel Moore Education Centre & the Clinical Building of Liverpool Hospital by the Honourable Bob Carr MP and Minister for the Arts
1st Aug 1997:
The Hon Bob Carr MP and Minister for the Arts opened two new buildings in Liverpool hospital, article by Marcelle Mansour, El-Telegraph Arabic newspaper.
افتتح كار مبننين جديدين في مستشفى في لفربول ، بقلم مارسيل منصور ، التلغراف العربية في الأول من أغسطس 1997
1997, May 3, Images of Wisdom, Community Art Exhibition by Marcelle Mansour at the Australian Museum
1997, Jan 12, Images of Wisdom, Community Art Exhibition by Marcelle Mansour at the Australian Palestinian Museum
1997, March, Visual Artists and Writers Marcelle Mansour and Tatiana Mamanova, International Women’s Day, promoting the notion of “Peace”, the Atrium, Gallery, ABC Ultimo Centre, Sydney Australia
1996, Marcelle Mansour, Group art Exhibition, Works on Paper, Barry Stern Gallery, Paddington, Australia
1995, Nov, 4th Public forum, Crossing Territories, hosted by the Power House Museum, Representing the cultures of Semitic Women, aims to contribute to the International Year of Tolerance
1993, Mar 14, On the Other Hand. A Group Art Exhibition included Marcelle Mansour’s Painting at S.H.Irvin Gallery, the Rocks
On the other hand Group Exhibition with Ken Done at H.S.Irvin Gallery, the Rocks in 1993
Group Art Exhibition of “On the other hand” with Ken Done, fund raising for disabled children, at the H.S. Irvin gallery , the Rocks 1993
1993, March 4, Celebrating Women’s Strength at Tin Shed Gallery, A Group Art Exhibition included Marcelle Mansour’s Paintings and Design Artworks
1993, Mrcelle Mansour, The Arts of Sydney, Sydney Opera House, Combined Arts Societies,
1993 Marcelle Mansour, Repatriation General Hospital Concord, Inaugural Art Exhibition 1993, In conjunction with the Combined Art Societies, Sydney
1992, Aug, 15, Art is the Spice of Life, Solo Art Exhibition by Marceller Mansour, at Art Space Gallery at Chatswood
Marcelle Mansour‘s Solo Art Exhibition Art is the Spice of Life, Art Space Gallery at Chatswood, supported by NAVA, 1992, Front Page of Local Paper Northeren Distrct Times
Marcelle exhibits success
BREAKING into the art world is a bold step at the best of times but Mercelle Mansur’s boldness is matched by her work as she prepares to become a full-time artist during these tight times. Judging by recent responses to her work, this North Ryde artist is set for success. Palestine-born Marcelle, a mother of four, has painted most of her life. A former teacher and air hostess, Marcelle is an Administration Officer at Concord Hospital. Now, after a “busy life “of raising children, working and fitting in painting, Marcelle has decided to paint full-time. To launch her full time career, Marcelle is holding an exhibition of “affordable art “on August 31- September 5 at Centre Art Space, 409 Victoria Ave. Chatswood. supported by NAVA, 1992, The Front Page of Local Paper Northeren Distrct Times, Wed August 26, 1992.
Taking the plunge … artist Marcelle Mansour. Picture: JIM RICE