Hayv Kahraman

Wassan Al-khudhairi, Walter Mignolo, Octavio Zaya

Hayv Kahraman

Wassan Al-khudhairi, Walter Mignolo, Octavio Zaya
Ціна: 2500 грн
Доступно на замовлення
ID: 16489
Видавництво: Rizzoli
Палітурка: Hardcover, 19.81 x 26.16 cm
Кількість сторінок: 144
Рік видання: 2018
Мова: English
ISBN-13: 9780847862627

The first monograph on Iraqi artist Hayv Kahraman surveys her figurative work, which mines the marginal space that pertains to diasporic peoples, collective and personal memory, and gender.

The vital practice of Hayv Kahraman produces ethereal figures relating to each other in complex grounds. Their grace belies the brutal history of violence and displacement Kahraman’s subjects endure, creating an oscillating effect that entices the viewer with its seductive order. The artist combines elements of Italian Renaissance painting and twelfth-century Baghdadi illuminated manuscripts to create an evocative, hybrid vocabulary. Her quietly radical shifts — where traditional Iraqi screens’ geometric patterns are replaced with sections of a woman’s body, or a manuscript figure is presented as doll-like parts — convey the artist’s developing exploration of femininity, acculturation, and abstract patterns. Essays by Martin Daughtry, Walter Mignolo, and Octavio Zaya accompany works from all series to date, where graphic patterning attests alternately to violence and to moments of agency, community, and escape.

About the Author:

Martin Daughtry is associate professor of music at New York University. Walter Mignolo is professor of literature at Duke University. Octavio Zaya is an art critic and curator living in New York City since 1978.


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