Introduction
Ghada Amer (Arabic: غادة عامر‎, born 1963 in Cairo, Egypt) is a contemporary artist, much of her work deals with issues of gender and sexuality. Her most notable body of work involves highly layered embroidered paintings of women's bodies referencing pornographic imagery.Amer had previously emigrated from Egypt to France at the age of 11 and was educated in Paris and Nice. She is currently living and working in New York City.
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Introduction
Tackling issues of femininity informed by Western and Islamic viewpoints, typical works are canvases covered with meticulously embroidered thread which appear abstract but actually are pornographic images of women; included in the 2000 Whitney Biennial.
Nationalities
Egyptian, American, Middle Eastern
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Multimedia Artist, Painter, Sculptor
Names
Ghada Amer, Radah ʻAmer, Ghādah ʻĀmir
Ulan
500114567
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