Shirin Neshat research/examples of work for school project. - Jess, Ryan, Jake, Sean

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Shirin Neshat research/examples of work for school project. - Jess, Ryan, Jake, Sean

Shirin Neshat, portrait in the Iranian Artist "Women of Allah" series. Most of the portraits in this series are of women with guns and provide a commentary on the Iran Iraq war. She uses painted calligraphy on the hands, feet and faces of the subject as a way to invite the viewer to think more deeply about the women. Where is this woman from? What do you think the words say? Would be interesting to read the translation? What do you think the women is feeling?

Shirin Neshat, portrait in the Iranian Artist "Women of Allah" series. Most of the portraits in this series are of women with guns and provide a commentary on the Iran Iraq war. She uses painted calligraphy on the hands, feet and faces of the subject as a way to invite the viewer to think more deeply about the women. Where is this woman from? What do you think the words say? Would be interesting to read the translation? What do you think the women is feeling?

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Shirin Neshat, portrait in the Iranian Artist "Women of Allah" series. Most of the portraits in this series are of women with guns and provide a commentary on the Iran Iraq war. She uses painted calligraphy on the hands, feet and faces of the subject as a way to invite the viewer to think more deeply about the women. Where is this woman from? What do you think the words say? Would be interesting to read the translation? What do you think the women is feeling?

Shirin Neshat, portrait in the Iranian Artist "Women of Allah" series. Most of the portraits in this series are of women with guns and provide a commentary on the Iran Iraq war. She uses painted calligraphy on the hands, feet and faces of the subject as a way to invite the viewer to think more deeply about the women. Where is this woman from? What do you think the words say? Would be interesting to read the translation? What do you think the women is feeling?

thunderstruck9:  Gerhard Richter (German, b. 1932), 14.5.08, 2008. Lacquer on colour photograph, 14.7 x 9.9 cm.via hyvatpahatjakuvat

thunderstruck9: Gerhard Richter (German, b. 1932), 14.5.08, 2008. Lacquer on colour photograph, 14.7 x 9.9 cm.via hyvatpahatjakuvat

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El elemento anarquista de la obra de Polke se engendra en gran medida por su enfoque mercurial. Su irreverencia hacia las técnicas pictóricas tradicionales y sus materiales y su falta de lealtad a ninguna forma de representación ha establecido su reputación, actualmente respetada, como un revolucionario visual.

El elemento anarquista de la obra de Polke se engendra en gran medida por su enfoque mercurial. Su irreverencia hacia las técnicas pictóricas tradicionales y sus materiales y su falta de lealtad a ninguna forma de representación ha establecido su reputación, actualmente respetada, como un revolucionario visual.

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