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Zarina: Paper Like Skin

Written by Aksel Ritenis


Zarina Hashmi
Dividing Line, 2001
Woodcut printed in black on Indian handmade paper, mounted on Arches Cover white paper, 40.6 x 33 cm, image; 65.4 x 50.2 cm, sheet, edition 16/20
UCLA Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
Purchased with funds provided by the Friends of the Graphic Arts
Photo: Robert Wedemeyer

If you like only brash art that slams you in the face to make its point, the exhibition, “Zarina: Paper Like Skin,” is not for you. If you prefer subdued artistry that encourages quiet contemplation, visit The Guggenheim Museum in New York soon.

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Aksel Ritenis

Axel is the Editor and Publisher of Connoisseur Magazine "for the Finer Things in Life" and has been the custodian of the magazine for over 10 years and leader of a team of freelance Journalists and Community Members who continue to make it all happen!-Join the Team at Connoisseur Magazine!

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