Athar Jaber

Year: 2018
Material: Carrara Marble
Size: 50 x 52 x 25 cm
Category: Sculpture

This marble sculpture was inspired by the real story of an Iraqi eight-year old child named Ali, who was the victim of a bombing attack that killed all his family members and left him without arms. The rough chisel marks are not a mannerism or signs of an unfinished work, but they actually represent the burned skin of the victim.

2018 – Offerings, National Museum of Fine Arts, Havana, Cuba.

National Museum of Fine Arts of Havana, Cuba.


If you wish to stay informed about Athar Jaber’s Artistic Activities please subscribe to the Newsletter by filling in the form below.

By submitting this form you agree to receive news, exhibition dates, and other updates from Athar Jaber.
By submitting this form, you agree to our Terms and Conditions and our Privacy Policy

Thank you!

Thank you for subscribing to our Newsletter.

We will not clog up your inbox, promised.

You will receive our newsletter not more than once a month, with news about Athar Jaber’s artistic activities such as exhibitions, lectures, workshops or the launch of new limited editions and special offers.

Thanks again!
Athar Jaber Studio