Ghada Amer...love at first sight at the pompidou

OK loving this piece of work by artist Ghada Amer. Its mixed media, acrylic, gel medium and embroidery on canvas.

Ghada Amer conflicting view points of the female stereotypes embroidered canvas

Ghada Amer conflicting view points of the female stereotypes embroidered canvas

Ghada Amer: Love Has No End    February 16–October 19, 2008  Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, 4th Floor. Brooklyn Museum.     See the latest #Art shows in     NYC on https://www.artexperiencenyc.com

Ghada Amer: Love Has No End February 2008 Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Floor.

Ghada Amer

Ghada Amer, Love Has No End 2000 Mixed medium: Acrylic, and Gel on Canvas. Iranian born Egyptian artist and resident of France Ghada Amer works largely focuses on women, gender roles and politics of female sexuality.

Ghada-Amer-Who-Killed-“Les-Demoiselles-dAvignon”

Ghada Amer

Ghada Amer – THE WOMAN WHO FAILED TO BE SHEHRAZADE, 2008

The Woman Whi Failed To Be Shehrazade, Acrylic, embroidery, gel medium on canvas, 62 x

Ghada Amer - Egypt

my nympheas. [look closely. the colors are off in this image of it (in real life they're more muted), but it lets you enlarge it on the link.

Egyptian born artists Ghada Amer creates hand-embroidered painting that use repetitive patterns which contain images of women taken from pornographic references. Amer challenges the male dominated language of Modernism by employing “craft-based” techniques like embroidery over abstract painting, further underscoring this idea by using imagery that attracts the male gaze.

Egyptian born artists Ghada Amer creates hand-embroidered painting that use repetitive patterns which contain images of women taken from pornographic referenc

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