Afruz Amighi - Artist LectureNovember 10, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Mānoa Campus, UHM Art Building Auditorium
Amighi is fascinated by pattern and shadow. Her work often references Islamic screens, hanging lamps and other architectural fragments that then cast shadow and light on her relationship to present-day Tehran, the city in which she was born.
The artist recently received her MFA from NYU (2007) and currently lives in New York. She won the prestigious Jameel Prize (for contemporary artists inspired by Islamic craft traditions) in 2009.
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