Saturday, October 12, 2019

01 Painting, MIDDLE EASTERN ART, With Footnotes - 35

Rasha Amin, Egypt
Always remember
Mixed media on canvas
 55.1 W x 55.1 H x 0.1 in

"In the real world we find repetitive actions and experiences of violence, hatred, and loneliness. Unfortunately the reality became so connected to the digital world, especially with the rise of social media. As many researches has shown they make us more isolated, responsible for increasing of our negativity, violence, anger and hatred to grow within us.


I've been inspired by the Italian artist Caravaggio's Entombment of the Christ" Rasha Amin

Rasha Amin, an Egyptian artist earned a BFA in interior design in 2003 from faculty of Fine Arts in Helena university in Egypt. She has been working as a visual artist and a graphic designer. With time and practice, she has found an intersection point between them and subsequently developed her own visual and conceptual vocabulary. Her work mostly like connection dots game, as she makes a connection between things that matter in her world, and to build a dialogue with the viewers and ultimately create an open space for questions and thinking beyond the artworks themselves. More on Rasha Amin





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