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Douglas Gordon has created a very special contribution to Documenta 14 with his film I Had Nowhere To Go. 

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Steve Sabella

Biography
1975 born in Jerusalem
1994 - 1997 Art Photography, Musrara - The Naggar School of Photography, Media & New Music, Jerusalem
2002 Young Artist of the Year Award - A. M. Qattan Foundation, Palästina
2005 Kidnapping in Gaza
2005 - 2007 BA in Visual Arts, State University of New York, USA
2007 moved to London, UK
2007 - 2008 MA in Photographic Studies, University of Westminster, London, UK
2008 Chevening Scholarship for MA in Photographic Studies from University of Westminster
2008 Caparo Award of Distinction for MA in Photographic Studies from University of Westminster
2008 Ellen Auerbach Award - Akademie der Künste in Berlin
2008 - 2009 MA in Art Business, Sotheby's Institute of Art, London, UK
2009 Saïd Foundation Scholarship for MA in Art Business from Sotheby's Institute of Art
2010 moved to Berlin
2012 Dare to Question my Name or Where I Come From, TEDx Marrakech
2013 Participation, Les Rencontres d'Arles Photographie
2014 documentary, In the Darkroom with Steve Sabella von Nadia J. Kabalan
2015 Participation, Nel Mezzo del Mezzo, curated by Marco Bazzini, Bartomeu Mari & Christine Macel, Museo Riso, Palermo
2015 Participation, 1st Biennial of Arab Photography, Arab World Institute & Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris
2016 Publication of his memoir The Parachute Paradox by Kerber Verlag.
2017 Fragments from our Beautiful Future, at The Bumiller Collection, Berlin. Accompanied by a publication by Kerber Verlag. 
2017 The Parachute Paradox wins the gold memoir award from The Eric Hoffer Prize, and The Nautilus Book Awards. The book is also a finalist for The International Book Awards


lives and works in Berlin

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