Women Artists of Color

Author: Phoebe Farris | Publication: Greenwood Press - London

Born: 1937, Aligarh, India. Education: B.Sc., Aligarh University, India, 1958. Started making woodcuts in Bangkok, Thailand, 1958-1961. Studied etching with Continue reading

Moon (top) & Home (bottom): woodcuts

Author: Zarina Hashmi | Publication: Art Gallery Espace - New Delhi

Simultaneous happenings, moments parallel to each other. Zarina tries to unflinchingly transcribe this multi-layered time-space series into stark, minimal back Continue reading

Diary of a Traveller

Author: Niilofur Farrukh | Publication: Art Scene - weekend Post | Dated: 10 Sept 1993

In Zarina Hashmi’s oeuvre on eastern sensibility seems to be at work in the minimalistic genre unlike the mechanical forms of this style found in the West– her images Continue reading

Breaking Journey

Author: Marjorie Husain | Publication: Newsline - Artline (p.20) | Dated: 24 Aug 1993

Zarina’s exhibition of etchings and sculpture to be held at the Chawkandi Art, Clifton, from 24th August, comes at an opportune time. In recent years, printmaking Continue reading

The House that Zarina Built

Author: Dr Akbar Naqvi | Publication: The Herald - Fine Arts (p.124) | Dated: Sept 1993

The exhibition under review deals with the house as interpreted by Zarina Hashmi on view at the Chawkandi Art Gallery from August 24 to September 4. Zarina’s house Continue reading

Zarina at the Bronx Museum of the Arts

Author: Shehbaz H. S. | Publication: Asian Art News - Vol 2 (p.47) | Dated: Mar 1992

From Aligarh, India, celebrated for its university and culture  permeated with Muslim ideals, to New York, celebrated for its many cultures, Zarina has survived alone. Continue reading

The House of Four Walls

Author: Marjorie Hussain | Publication: Dawn - Review (p.20) | Dated: 31 Mar / 6 Apr 1992

Recently here on a flying visit from New York, Zarina nursed a sprained knee and bruised fingers acquired while casting her bronze sculptures, now on display Continue reading

Art from the Heart

Author: Niilofer Farrukh | Publication: Newsline - Artline

One can relate to Zarina Hashmi’s work on two levels: emotional and aesthetic – a rare achievement in contemporary western art where the rarified image is usually the result Continue reading

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