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Combo photo shows Palestinian performance artist Mohammed Al-Shenbari balancing objects.
Niloufar Saleem, Gulf Today
TWenty-six-year-old Palestinian artist Mohammed Al-Shenbari is gifted with the astounding art of balancing objects of all shapes and sizes.
Quietly finding a corner of a store to stack objects in balance, or finding broken and worn-out household items as a medium, Shenbari never fails to wow his audience.
Shenbari stacks up packages of canned beans as he demonstrates his skills.
What comes with ease to Shenbari is what most of the world lacks, balance.
This impeccably talented performance artist walks the streets of Gaza, and lures them with his casual brilliance, which usually goes unnoticed because of the magnitude of trouble the region is facing.
Shenbari stacks up a chair atop a brick on a table in Beit Hanun.
Not giving up on finding solace in his artwork, Shenbari continues to use objects and stones of different sizes and shapes to perform.
The self-taught artist is a silent inspiration to the world.
Shenbari stacks up a television atop a bottle standing on a piece of rubble.
So we all understand and implement in our lives, the brilliance in the art of balance.
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