Exhibition: Tina Azari's "The Girl"
Oct 8, 2012 to Oct 12, 2012
Third-year visual arts student Tina Azari presents The Girl, a series of black and white photographs exploring ideas of female individuality in different cultures
The artist enhances the photos with Persian writing to explore the female body in a more traditional point of view. Thematically her text addresses one’s body becoming a part of one’s own individuality.
In the recent years Azari’s artistic focus has been on gender and society. The artist perceive sgender as a structure of social classification which is mainly based on the physical appearance. Her project The Girl determines the category of external identity, based on her experience toward self- identity.
Monday - Friday,
Gallery closing reception: October 12 5 to 7pm
Admission is free and all are welcome.
IMAGE: "Dahanat ra miboyand" (2012, 20"x30" photo/lithography)
|Location:||Special Projects Gallery, Goldfarb Centre for Fine Art|
|Sponsor:||Department of Visual Art and Art History, Faculty of Fine Arts|