Gallery artists Golnaz Fathi and Hassan Massoudy are part of the group show, Infinite Present: Revelations from Islamic Design in Contemporary Art, on view now at Gallery 344, part of the Cambridge Arts Council in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The exhibition, curated by Marie Costello, is a celebration of some of the cutting-edge artists of today that use the Islamic motifs of geometry and calligraphy in their art. The show also features work by artist Lalla Essayed, whose photography will be on view at the Singapore gallery in a solo show opening October 26.
Hassan Massoudy, untitled ("I wish to be a butterfly flitting around the candle of your beauty" - Machrab 18th c.), 2013, ink and pigment on paper/29.5 x 21.7 inches
Golnaz Fathi, untitled (detail), 2016, ballpoint pen on canvas, 59.1 x 39.4 inches/150 x 100 cm
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Cambridge Arts Council