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Story and Exhibitions

A glimpse about Anita, her participation in collaborative showcases and her most recent solo exhibition titled "The Soul of My Land".
Delving deep into the essence of her cultural heritage, offering a profound reflection on identity, belonging, and connection to the land.


Born in '91, Anita Bursheh is a Jordanian Palestinian Photographer and Producer born and raised in Amman.

Anita picked up photography as a hobby a few years back and began publishing her work on social media platforms. Anita’s work drew the attention of film makers, photographers, and photography fans and was soon being commissioned to do on set photography for films, musical projects and books as well as selling prints from her collection, with over 1000 prints sold worldwide and in exhibitions.

In addition to her own camera brand 'Fujifilm'; making her their first ever Jordanian brand Ambassador and Creator.
View Page on Fujifilm Website

With her work in various types of photography; her home country Jordan with a focus on Amman is where it all started; a place that has been captured photographically for the past 100 years and posed as a canvas for Anita as she documents its beauty, people, history and captivating scenes in her own unique perspective.

Anita’s photography style, soulful visuals and her ability to convey the story behind each shot make her a sought-after photographer.

She has an engineering background, worked in marketing, project management and NGOs and is currently a professional photographer, content developer and TV producer.


Debut Photography Exhibition - The Soul Of My Land

The Soul Of My Land

Jabal, Sahra, Bahar Wa Ghabeh

is what describes the soul of her roots - Our Levant. This exhibition is dedicated to the one home I knew in my Levant - Jordan and Urban Scapes of Old Amman

In the heart of Amman and Jordan, my art finds its roots in the intimate connection with my surroundings— a journey fueled by my love for understanding the soul of the place I call home. Growing up in Amman, I often sensed a disconnection prevailing among its inhabitants. The limited interactions and fragmented knowledge about the city’s (history) and diversity within our own communities left me yearning for a more profound understanding. Not much of the country’s vast landscape and cityscape is documented.

I wanted to highlight and document Jordan, with a special focus on Amman, its layers of history, and diverse culture and outstanding scapes; this seemed hidden to me. I took on a quest to comprehend the intricate elements that shaped this place, eager to peel back its layers and explore its identity through my own eyes and soul. My work serves as a visual narrative, a testament to my quest for a deeper connection to the roots of my hometown and others who feel the same way.

Additionally, the frustration born from the negative notions about my city, both from outsiders and the city's residents themselves, propelled me to action. I found myself compelled to challenge these misconceptions, driven by a desire to showcase the inherent beauty and unique charm that lay hidden beneath the surface. Through my art, I aim to break down the barriers that obscure the true essence of Amman and Jordan, offering viewers a lens through which to perceive the captivating allure that I have come to know.

Ultimately, my artistic journey is a testament to the transformative power of perspective, as I try to reveal the soul of the place and myself in addition to fostering a sense of unity and shared understanding with the viewers and communities.

The Exhibition was attended by her excellency the minister of culture of Jordan Haifa Al Najjar in addition to art collectors, art gallery heads and members of the Royal Family in Jordan

TV outlets and press were also present amongst the attendees such as journalists from The Jordan Times, Roya TV and Amman TV.

The World Bank Artists Exhibition

Participation in the first exhibition of the World Bank in Jordan

Three of Anita's Images were selected to take part in The World Bank Artists Exhibition in the opening of their new offices in Amman, Jordan

A little brief about the prints and the story behinf them

Solace, Rawi and In Trance were the selected artworks

Outique Gallery Exhibition


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