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Shirin Neshat: The Last Word by Hamid Dabashi (2006-01-01)

Oct 22, 2007 A scene from Shirin Neshat's twelve-minute video-and-sound installation“Rapture. The last time she travelled there, in 1996, she was interrogated and detained at the. The movie project was born in 2001, when Neshat received a call from her friend Hamid Dabashi,. “No, I say look at version one. Shirin Neshat Art Monographs and Museum Exhibition Catalogs New York–based Iranian artist Shirin Neshat (born 1957) has continually. Essays by Hamid Dabashi and Octavio Zaya. The first monograph to thoroughly document Shirin Neshat's video production, The Last Word provides both a beautiful  Iftikhar Dadi Shirin Neshat's Photographs as ... - jstor Iftikhar Dadi. Shirin Neshat's Photographs as Postcolonial Allegories 1 I use the word “veil” throughout this article with the awareness that it now functions. Dabashi, Hamid Naficy, and Farzaneh Milani—have also contributed insightful essays for.. the present rather than its firm relegation to the past through a stagist. Sherin Neshat: Living Between Cultures Aug 4, 2011 In the early 1990s, when Shirin Neshat was emerging as an artist, the art world was. In fact, as writers such as Hamid Dabashi have pointed out, the Islamic veil is a supple and multilayered artifact.2 The Arabic word for veil is hijab, or cur.. of the works in the previous trilogy, with their call and response 

Aug 4, 2011 In the early 1990s, when Shirin Neshat was emerging as an artist, the art world was. In fact, as writers such as Hamid Dabashi have pointed out, the Islamic veil is a supple and multilayered artifact.2 The Arabic word for veil is hijab, or cur.. of the works in the previous trilogy, with their call and response 

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Aug 4, 2011 In the early 1990s, when Shirin Neshat was emerging as an artist, the art world was. In fact, as writers such as Hamid Dabashi have pointed out, the Islamic veil is a supple and multilayered artifact.2 The Arabic word for veil is hijab, or cur.. of the works in the previous trilogy, with their call and response  Shirin Neshat, the last word (Book, 2006) [WorldCat.org] [Octavio Zaya; Shirin Neshat] -- "In a relatively short span of seven years, since Transcending the boundaries of an imaginative geography / Hamid Dabashi -- Taking Risks in Art and Politics - The New York Times

Iftikhar Dadi. Shirin Neshat's Photographs as Postcolonial Allegories 1 I use the word “veil” throughout this article with the awareness that it now functions. Dabashi, Hamid Naficy, and Farzaneh Milani—have also contributed insightful essays for.. the present rather than its firm relegation to the past through a stagist. Sherin Neshat: Living Between Cultures Aug 4, 2011 In the early 1990s, when Shirin Neshat was emerging as an artist, the art world was. In fact, as writers such as Hamid Dabashi have pointed out, the Islamic veil is a supple and multilayered artifact.2 The Arabic word for veil is hijab, or cur.. of the works in the previous trilogy, with their call and response  Shirin Neshat, the last word (Book, 2006) [WorldCat.org]

Voice of the Veil | The New Yorker Oct 22, 2007 A scene from Shirin Neshat's twelve-minute video-and-sound installation“Rapture. The last time she travelled there, in 1996, she was interrogated and detained at the. The movie project was born in 2001, when Neshat received a call from her friend Hamid Dabashi,. “No, I say look at version one. Shirin Neshat Art Monographs and Museum Exhibition Catalogs New York–based Iranian artist Shirin Neshat (born 1957) has continually. Essays by Hamid Dabashi and Octavio Zaya. The first monograph to thoroughly document Shirin Neshat's video production, The Last Word provides both a beautiful