2900 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44113
Hangama Amiri is an Afghan-Canadian artist who works in painting and video. Much of Hangama’s work is figurative and focuses on cross-cultural dialogue and women's rights. Many of her paintings address the treatment of women in Afghanistan, in particular the infringements on their human rights. Hangama has been a Canadian Fulbright Fellow and received her MFA from Yale School of Art in painting and printmaking. Her work has been presented in New York, Toronto, France, Italy, London, and Sofia, Bulgaria.
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