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Bashar Alhroub was born in Jerusalem in 1978. He grew up in the West Bank in the village Kharas near Hebron. He has a Bachelors degree in Fine Art from Al Najah National University in Nablus, which he completed in 2001. In 2009, he was awarded a fellowship from the FORD Foundation to pursue an MFA, and in 2010 he got his MFA from Winchester School of Art- University of Southampton. Since then he has been living in Ramallah. His work uses a variety of media including painting, drawing, photography, and installation. Solo Exhibitions include “Reflective Consciousness” at Mosaic Room gallery in London 2010, “The Other Is Me” Winchester School of Art in Winchester- UK in 2010, and "Monologue" at the Almahatta Gallery in Ramallah 2009. Alhroub participated in several group exhibitions, projects and festivals throughout Palestine and abroad including the UAE, Poland, Sweden, Lebanon, Morocco, France, Oman, Algeria, Syria, Japan, France, Scotland, Norway, USA and the UK. He took part in several Triangle Arts International Artists Workshops, Shatana 2008, Braziers Workshop in the UK 2007, and Almahatta International Artist Workshop- Palestine 2009, 2011.