in the palace, the bare breasted woman wore her hair in a bun
Amale Freiha Khlat is a Lebanese/British artist. Her work encompasses sculpture, painting, video, sound and print. In 2019, the British Museum acquired a series of her prints on the refugee crisis entitled “The Perilous Journey III" for their Contemporary and Modern Middle Eastern Art Collection.
In 2018 she was the recipient of the Gilbert Bayes Award from the Royal Society of Sculptors. Amale has an MA in Print from the Royal College of Art and an MA in Graphic Design from Penninghen in Paris.
"The idea behind my 10gram Challenge was to sketch and sculpt my admiration to all the women in my family that shaped me. The title is 'in the palace, the bare breasted woman wore her hair in a bun'."