Opening Feb 1, 5-8pm
My Shame | Humaira Abid


Humaira Abid presents carved wood sculptures with elements of miniature painting and installation that examine the stigma women often feel over natural, cultural and social issues. The power and politics in women's lives is brought into focus through Abid's global lens as an artist living between the United States and Pakistan.

Humaira Abid’s Searching For Home continues at Bellevue Arts Museum through March 25, 2018.

“[Humaira Abid] hits a new peak, combining technical prowess with fierce vision to produce charged political drama.” ―Michael Upchurch for The Seattle Times

Searching For Home, in its defiance and compassion, is vital viewing for all of us.” ―T.S. Flock for Vanguard Seattle.

“In her newest exhibit… the political is personal and the perspective is decidedly feminist.” – Brangien Davis for Crosscut

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