Renaissance Reimagined, Reignited: Negin Sharifzadeh

Negin Sharifzadeh's recent photographs, sculptures and animations challenge the eternal Feminine in the history of Renaissance art to reinterpret and represent Middle Eastern histories. Her recent solo exhibition at A.I.R. Gallery in Brooklyn, NY was inspired by a residency at the Santa Maria a Rignana church in Italy, where she inserted non-binary perspectives to the artistic, political and cultural hierarchies between the East and West.  Negin spoke with FRONTRUNNER about connecting the contr...

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