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"Encounter," the latest exhibition by Shirin Ettehadieh, now up at Galerie Tanit, brings into discussion the issue of human migration, movement and loneliness. Selected by Curator 19.90, the show consists of a series of 20 multimedia paintings, including a selection of works from the past four years. Since 1984, Ettehadieh has been showcasing her art in both solo and group exhibitions all over the world, in countries such as France, Greece and Switzerland. Some of her work was featured in the group series "Portrait of Painter's Mother," at the Museum of Modern Art in Tehran this year. The artist's one plan for her next series is to give her figures faces – to add more details when working on a larger scale – but it's difficult to speculate on her future projects, she says, as she waits for an accident of any kind to lead her to begin a new series.
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