Ghazi Inaim

Ghazi Inaim

Ghazi Inaim was born in Surif, Hebron, Palestine. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Damascus University and a PhD from the Global Initiative for Humanitarian Leadership. Serving as the President of the Jordanian Fine Artists Association from 2008 to 2016, Ghazi played a pivotal role in establishing the Union of Arab Fine Artists in 2014, where he was elected Vice President. Additionally, he founded and presided over the Arab Fine Arts Magazine from 2014 to 2016.

A prominent member of various writers’ associations, Ghazi’s contributions extend globally. He is affiliated with the Jordanian Writers Association, the General Union of Arab Writers and Writers, and the Asian and African Writers Union. Notably, Ghazi serves on the editorial board of “Waraq,” a magazine issued by the Jordanian Writers Association since 2022.

Solo exhibitions and numerous local and international showcases, noteworthy among his exhibitions are those held in Damascus in 1983, 1986, and 1992, Amman in 1994 and 2022, and Germany in 2021.

He has participated in exhibitions: in Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain, Nicaragua, the United States, and many other countries.

His artistic legacy is preserved in collections held by governmental and private institutions, individuals, and museums across Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Saudi Arabia the UAE, and various other countries.

In addition to his artistic endeavors, Ghazi is a published author, with works including “Faces of the Arab Fine Arts Movement” in Kuwait, “The Minarets of the Most Merciful throughout Time—Shariah,” “Chandeliers of Color, Dark Skies” in Sharjah, “Rafiq Al-Laham: Pioneer of Contemporary Jordanian Art” in Jordan, “Muhanna Al-Durra: The Brush Musician… The Philosopher of Color” in Jordan, and “Naji Al-Ali: Badminton Sword” in Jordan, along with “Saleh Al-Malhi: Temporary Life” in the Indian Museum, Amman.

  • Water’s edge

    Water's edge
  • My life

    My life
  • Front of an artwork

  • Dialogue with the Pomegranate Woman