Sacred Spaces: Reflections on a Sufi Path

Through March 30, 2010

Imaginative, vibrant, and saturated with the rich colors of South Asia, Samina Quraeshi’s photographs, calligraphic works, and mixed media montages reflect the diversity of Islamic expressions of faith. Her work is a creative response to the experience of pilgrimage to the Sufi shrines in the Indus Valley. The images evoke the music, dance, and acts of faith that animate these sacred spaces.

Curated by Samina Quraeshi, Gardner Visiting Artist, and Ilisa Barbash, Associate Curator, Visual Anthropology.

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 mixed media, Samina Quraeshi, 2008

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