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What's more, Jundi paints a white shroud – typically placed over the body of the deceased – around their heads.White splatter marks seem to explode from the white shroud toward an enclosed mass of shiny gold stars.Not all the subjects in her portraits are isolated. "Resurrection," 180x60 cm, features five women and one man on a single canvas. Elsewhere in "Resurrection" is a series that shows each subject's entire body. This jarring scene is juxtaposed with a pink background with red, violet and pink flowers sprouting from the canvas.Rim El Jundi's "Resurrection," offers an oddly captivating series of portraits.
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