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SAHAR AJAMI er en Oslo-based Iransk kunstner. Hun har jobbet med alt fra illustrasjoner til flere barnebøker til prisbelønte karikaturtegninger. Hennes arbeid er inkludert i over 20 bøker og uttallige kunstkataloger.

Bio på engelsk:

Recently she has been working on a visual research project focused on female characters in Henrik Ibsen's dramas ( ibsen's Women) and cartoons about women and their issues. This project, and others like it, is what inspires Sahar as she grew up seeing many strong women fighting for their rights and equality in Iran.
She is also one of the co-founders of Beyond Art Oslo, a voluntary organization in Norway which contributes to make the world a better place through Art. 

Saharajami.com

Ibsen førte henne til Norge

Ibsenutstillingen


Galleriet

Fatima Khan Shamsi

Fatima is an Oslo based artist of Pakistani origin. She has exhibited on local and international platforms, and is currently associated with a non profit organisation Beyond Art as a contributing artist and board member. Rungg means colour in her native language Urdu.

"Each piece of art is a fragment of myself. As an artist, I am essentially interested in creating works that calls for the participation of the audience to the same extent as my involvement in it. I want to take everyone along the journey that I initiate through my paintings. My paintings depict my roots, pieces of my life, and a part of my soul. Bold strokes, bright hues, and strong contrasts are what comes naturally to me and I believe make my work memorable"

Rebecca Agnihotri, 23 år. Jobber freelance som Art Director og Illustratør. Har en bachelor i Kreativ Reklame. Oppvokst på Prinsdal i Oslo.

Shian-Yuan Yachi har en bachelorgrad (BFA) fra Taipei National University of the Arts og en mastergrad (MFA) fra Tunghai University, Fine Art Department i Taiwan. Hun har i rundt 10 år jobbet profesjonelt som en orientalsk blekkmaler i hjemlandet. Shian utforsker motiv, særlig når det gjelder tradisjonelle orientalske klassiske blomster...