Nothing Is Stable: Diana Al-Hadid artist talk
Syrian American artist Diana Al-Hadid will give a talk in conjunction with her exhibition Nothing Is Stable at the Ernest G. Welch Gallery of Georgia State University (GSU).
The New York-based artist is acclaimed for her intricate sculptures and wall panels that combine traditional and contemporary materials and techniques. Visually and thematically, Al-Hadid draws on Middle Eastern and Western cultures and iconographies, often combining and re-contextualizing wide-ranging historical sources. She has found inspiration in ancient maps, miniature painting, architectural designs, and illuminated manuscripts.
The Welch School of Art & Design and the Center for Collaborative and International Arts at GSU have collaborated with Art Papers to present this artist talk.
This virtual event is free and open to the public, but registration on Zoom is required.
This event is sponsored in part by a grant from Georgia Humanities.