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Jung Center Gallery presents Fariba Abedin: This Time On Paper opening reception

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Photo by Fariba Abedin

Fariba Abedin’s large-scale, meticulous, and gloriously colorful geometric paintings give the effect of looking into a giant kaleidoscope. Her work is inspired by ancient Persian architecture, poetry, and calligraphy, and explores geometric abstraction with an emphasis on color study. Although Abedin's work is geometric and structural, it is also tender and appealing in its appreciation of nature, science, and history. Her incorporation of Sufi poetry conveys a message of love and peace.

The exhibit will be on display February 2-28.

 

Fariba Abedin’s large-scale, meticulous, and gloriously colorful geometric paintings give the effect of looking into a giant kaleidoscope. Her work is inspired by ancient Persian architecture, poetry, and calligraphy, and explores geometric abstraction with an emphasis on color study. Although Abedin's work is geometric and structural, it is also tender and appealing in its appreciation of nature, science, and history. Her incorporation of Sufi poetry conveys a message of love and peace.

The exhibit will be on display February 2-28.

Fariba Abedin’s large-scale, meticulous, and gloriously colorful geometric paintings give the effect of looking into a giant kaleidoscope. Her work is inspired by ancient Persian architecture, poetry, and calligraphy, and explores geometric abstraction with an emphasis on color study. Although Abedin's work is geometric and structural, it is also tender and appealing in its appreciation of nature, science, and history. Her incorporation of Sufi poetry conveys a message of love and peace.

The exhibit will be on display February 2-28.

WHEN

WHERE

The Jung Center
5200 Montrose Blvd.
Houston, TX 77006
https://junghouston.org/

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Admission is free.
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