Born in 1947, Birzeit, Palestine, Sliman Mansour studied Fine Art at the Bezalel Art Academy in Jerusalem. In 1998, he was honoured with the Palestine Prize for the Visual Arts at the Cairo Biennial. Mansour’s main inspiration is the olive tree, and his main focus has been the theme of land since 1970. His recent work is centred on the individual figure. His aim is to portray the different states of exhausting anticipation or loss that result from his own experience of living under the occupation.
- Contemporary Graphic Art from the Arab World - 2010 in Nabad Gallery / Amman / Jordan
- Sliman Mansour: Terrains of Belonging - 2011 in Al-Hoash / Jerusalem / Palestine
- Art Palestine - 2011 in Meem Gallery / Dubai / United Arab Emirates