Photo by  Valeria Castillo , Mexico City, 2016. 

Photo by Valeria Castillo, Mexico City, 2016. 


Laila Abdul-Hadi Jadallah: photographer, curator and art producer. She has worked at the gallery and museum level with institutions including: Adah Rose Gallery, Art Museum of the Americas, The British Council, Chicago History Museum, DC Commission on Arts and Humanities, FotoDC, Hillyer Art Space, Middle-East Institute's Arts and Cultural Program, the National Building Museum, Smith Center for Healing and the Arts, Studio Gallery, the US Fund for UNICEF, and Winterthur Museum among many others.

In addition to her art producing and curatorial endeavors for galleries, arts-based organizations, creative groups and artists she provides curatorial and art acquisition services for young collectors and private clients. 

A cultural and creative nomad, her latest curatorial and client based projects reflect on the role of artists as revolutionaries, as well as third culture identities and addressing issues of democratization and accessibility to the arts through thoughtful communication and marketing. See a full list of current and upcoming projects here

Read more about Laila and her photography work here

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