Zarina Hashmi | Who Is Zarina Hashmi ? Why Is She Famous ? Why Google Doodle Celebrating Her Birthday?
Zarina Hashmi Google Doodle :
Zarina Hashmi 86th Birth Anniversary Google is celebrating Zarina Hashmi’s 86th birthday today. Zarina was born on 16 July 1937 in Aligarh Uttar Pradesh (UP)
Before partition Zarina lived in India with her four siblings But after the partition of the country in 1947 Zarina had to live with her family in Karachi Pakistan.Zarina Hashmi was famous for attractive woodcuts and intaglio prints .
Zarina Hashmi used to live in India before partition
Before partition Zarina lived in India . After the partition of the country in 1947 she lived with her family in Karachi Pakistan Zarina was married to a young diplomat at 21
Soon after marriage he got a chance to travel the world It was from here that Zarina who traveled to Bangkok Paris and Japan informed her printmaking and modernist and abstract art tendencies
Participated in the feminist movement
Zarina Started Living in New York in 1977. Here she came in support of women artists and became a member of the Heresies Collective
It was a feminist magazine that examined the relationship between politics the arts and social justice
Within no time Zarina became a professor at the New York Feminist Art Institute after becoming a professor that he supported women artists to get equal education.
Hashmi became known for intaglio prints
Hashmi gained worldwide acclaim for her beautiful intaglio and woodcut prints which included semi-abstract representations of the homes and towns
she lived in His work frequently featured inscriptions in his native Urdu and geometric motifs influenced by Islamic art
Hashemi’s work is still on display at major museums and galleries across the world, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art
the Whitney Museum of American Art the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art among others