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Re-Orientations, Woman Artists with Roots in Iran & India opens Oct 30th

Re-Orientations: Samira Abbassy, Camille Eskell, Dhanashree Gadiyar, Sheida Soleimani Co-curated by Anita Alvin Nilert & Audra Lambert

Oct 30-Nov 8 Opening with refreshments 6-8:30

6-6:30 conversation with Ambassador Bonnie D. Jenkins & the Artists

Re-Orientations features sculptures, installation and mixed-media work by Samira Abbassy, Camille Eskell, Dhanashree Gadiyar and Sheida Soleimani. The exhibition is presented by Women of Color Advancing Peace, Security and Conflict Transformation (WCAPS) with generous support from the Lily Auchinloss Foundation.

© Camille Eskell, Red Fez: Boy, Woman, Byculla, Bombay from the Fez as Storyteller series

The Living Gallery Outpost 246 East 4th Street (at Avenue B) New York, NY 10009 Gallery Hours Thurs 10/31-Sat 11/2 12-7 pm Sun 11/3-Wed 11/5 12-5pm Thurs 11/7 12-7 pm Fri 11/8 12-8pm and by appointment (closed Mon Nov 4)

Panel Discussion Monday Nov 4 6 PM – 7:30 PM

Re-Orientations: Women Artists with Roots in Iran & India

An Artists Talk On Art (ATOA) Presentation: Moderated and formed by Audra Lambert Hosted by ATOA

12 West 12th Street New York, New York 10011 For tickets & more information go to:


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