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HOSSEIN ZENDEROUDI: RECENT WORKS | 7–18 September 1993
London's first solo exhibition of one of Iran's foremost contemporary artists. Founder in 1961 of the "spiritual pop art" school of Saqqa-Khaneh, Zenderoudi has influenced many Iranian and Muslim fellow artists.
GRAHAM DAY: THE CONFERENCE OF THE BIRDS | 28 April–14 May 1993
British artist Graham Day responds to the 12th-century work by Persian Sufi poet Farid ud-Din Attar with a series of eight monoprints on show at Jaliyan Gallery, London.
VAIKUNTAM, MANI, BHATTACHARYA | 29 May–12 June 1993
The first exhibition in London for three figurative Indian artists who have in common a passion for bright vibrant colours, a deep and appreciative knowledge of their environment, and a penetrative eye for the depiction of human characters.
MALIHEH AFNAN: PAYSAGES, PERSONNAGES, ECRITURES | 15–27 March 1993
Maliheh Afnan was born in Haifa of a Persian family. Her enigmatic works on show at Leighton House Museum, London, depict the scars and the memories of a solitary journey and of a life continually disrupted by forced exiles.
CONTEMPORARY ART FROM UZBEKISTAN | 9 November 1990–13 January 1991
At Zamana Gallery, London, an exhibition held in association with the Fund of the Union of Artists of Uzbekistan and Wrexham Library Art Centre, and toured by the Welsh Arts Council.
GRAHAM DAY: THE CONFERENCE OF THE BIRDS | 1–30 September 1991
British artist Graham Day responds to the 12th-century work by Persian Sufi poet Farid ud-Din Attar with a series of eight monoprints on show at London School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS).
ETEL ADNAN: BEIRUT, PARIS, NEW YORK, CALIFORNIA | 26 Sep–20 Oct 1990
Watercolours and bookworks by Lebanese poet artist Etel Adnan on show at Kufa Gallery, London.
FIRYAL AL ADAMY | 3–7 JULY 1990
Born in Baghdad, Firyal al Adhamy, a painter who has gained a wide reputation for the superb depiction of jewellery in watercolour and acrylic, will for the first time in London be exhibiting a recent selection of paintings and prints.
GRAHAM DAY: ZOOMORPHIC CALLIGRAPHY | 6 March–30 April 1990
British artist Graham Day responds to this ancient Islamic artistic tradition in a unique show at London School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS).
YEMEN: THE ART OF THE MASTER BUILDERS | 24 January–18 March 1990
Architects Pascal and Maria Maréchaux travelled for twelve years throughout Arabia and the Yemen. This series of Cibachrome prints on show at Zamana Gallery provides a rare photographic record of a little-known traditional society.
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