Portfolio comprising of 7 etchings, 7 texts, 1 sheet with the title and portfolio jacket (diptych)
•At night we all come to the house at Aligarh •Saeeda brings her children
•Rani asks me to sing a song
•Aslam tells a story
•Abba comes in to look at us
•At night I go to the house at Aligarh
•Ami waits for the motia blossoms
Plate size : 8.9 x 8 in each Sheet size : 17.5 x 14.5 in each Etching on paper (7) and text on Bhutanese handmade paper (7)
Signed & Dated : Verso
Exhibited : ‘Zarina: Weaving Memory 1990-2006’ solo exhibition at Bodhi Art, Mumbai, 2007.
Published : ‘Zarina: Weaving Memory 1990- 2006’ solo exhibition catalogue by Bodhi Art, Singapore, 2007.
Provenance : Property from a corporate collection, Delhi.
Height of the figure - 6ft
Zarina Hashmi did her B.Sc. (Honors) from Aligarh Muslim University in 1958. She went on to study printmaking with S. W. Hayter at the Atelier, Paris (1963- 67) and wood block printing at Toshi Yoshido Studio, Tokyo (1974). She has taught at Bennington College, Cornell University and University of California. She has been awarded residencies at Art-Omi in Omi, New York (1994), and at Women’s Studio Workshop, Rosendale, New York (1991). She was given NYFA Fellowship in Printmaking/Drawing/Artists Books (1985 and in 1990). She has had several solo shows including a retrospective ‘Counting 1977-2005’ with Bose Pacia, New York (2005), ‘Cities, Countries and Borders’, Chemould Gallery, Mumbai (2005), Chawkandi Gallery, Karachi, Pakistan (2004, 2000), ‘Maps, Homes & Itineraries’, Gallery Lux, San Francisco California (2003), ‘Home is a Foreign Place’, Korn Gallery Drew University, Madison, New Jersey (2002), ‘Homes I Made’, Faculty Gallery, University of California (1994), and ‘House with Four Walls’, Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York (1992) amongst several other significant shows. Her select group exhibitions in India and internationally include ‘Fresh Talk Revisited…’, Asian/ Pacific/ American Studies Gallery, New York University (2003), and ‘From the Two Pens / Line and Color in Islamic Art’, Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA (2002). She has several received several awards in the course of her practice like Presidents Award for Printmaking, India (1969), and Japan Foundation Fellowship (1974). Zarina Hashm lives and works in New York.