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  • Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work]

    Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work]

    (art) Made by: Al-Ani, Jananne (Artist) 1991

    Art.IWM ART 16417

    Jananne Al-Ani was born in Iraq to an Arab father and an Irish mother. She has lived in Britain since 1980. Here she explores her reaction to the Gulf War in 1991, watching events develop through the media, and simultaneously as someone directly affected...

  • Entering the Field

    Entering the Field

    (art) Made by: Sloan, Victor 1986

    Art.IWM ART 16832

    image: Behind a large group of parked cars a large group of people are assembled, some with banners. There are some large trees beyond the cars as if at the edge of a field.

  • The Field II

    The Field II

    (art) Made by: Sloan, Victor 1986

    Art.IWM ART 16833

    image: A group of trees on a small slope. A sign standing in front reads 'Co. ARMAGH ORANGEMEN STILL SAY NO!'.

  • Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work] No.18

    Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work] No.18

    part of "Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work]" (art) Made by: Al-Ani, Jananne 1991

    Art.IWM ART 16417 18

    Jananne Al-Ani was born in Iraq to an Arab father and an Irish mother. She has lived in Britain since 1980. Here she explores her reaction to the Gulf War in 1991, watching events develop through the media, and simultaneously as someone directly affected...

  • Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work] No.3

    Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work] No.3

    part of "Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work]" (art) Made by: Al-Ani, Jananne 1991

    Art.IWM ART 16417 3

    Jananne Al-Ani was born in Iraq to an Arab father and an Irish mother. She has lived in Britain since 1980. Here she explores her reaction to the Gulf War in 1991, watching events develop through the media, and simultaneously as someone directly affected...

  • Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work] No.7

    Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work] No.7

    part of "Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work]" (art) Made by: Al-Ani, Jananne 1991

    Art.IWM ART 16417 7

    Jananne Al-Ani was born in Iraq to an Arab father and an Irish mother. She has lived in Britain since 1980. Here she explores her reaction to the Gulf War in 1991, watching events develop through the media, and simultaneously as someone directly affected...

  • Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work]  No.12

    Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work] No.12

    part of "Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work]" (art) Made by: Al-Ani, Jananne 1991

    Art.IWM ART 16417 12

    Jananne Al-Ani was born in Iraq to an Arab father and an Irish mother. She has lived in Britain since 1980. Here she explores her reaction to the Gulf War in 1991, watching events develop through the media, and simultaneously as someone directly affected...

  • Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work] No.16

    Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work] No.16

    part of "Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work]" (art) Made by: Al-Ani, Jananne 1991

    Art.IWM ART 16417 16

    Jananne Al-Ani was born in Iraq to an Arab father and an Irish mother. She has lived in Britain since 1980. Here she explores her reaction to the Gulf War in 1991, watching events develop through the media, and simultaneously as someone directly affected...

  • Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work] No.19

    Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work] No.19

    part of "Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work]" (art) Made by: Al-Ani, Jananne 1991

    Art.IWM ART 16417 19

    Jananne Al-Ani was born in Iraq to an Arab father and an Irish mother. She has lived in Britain since 1980. Here she explores her reaction to the Gulf War in 1991, watching events develop through the media, and simultaneously as someone directly affected...

  • Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work] No.8

    Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work] No.8

    part of "Untitled May 1991 [Gulf War Work]" (art) Made by: Al-Ani, Jananne 1991

    Art.IWM ART 16417 8

    Jananne Al-Ani was born in Iraq to an Arab father and an Irish mother. She has lived in Britain since 1980. Here she explores her reaction to the Gulf War in 1991, watching events develop through the media, and simultaneously as someone directly affected...

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