IAMD Alumna Esmaa Mohamoud featured as top 10 artist at ArtToronto via, BlogTO

 

Thursday, November 9, 2017 - 9:45am

Mohamoud's incredible sculptures (and photos that depict them) challenge conventional conceptions of gender through the lens of professional sports, namely the NBA. You can find her work at ltd los angeles.

Mohamoud's work was also shown at the AGO as part of the gallery's exhibition, Every. Now. Then: Reframing Nationhood, which features work from emerging and established artists across Canada. It is an impressive collection of sculptures, paintings, photography, soundscapes, dioramas and textile works that attempt to grapple with the questions of Canada's past, present and future possibilities. On to December 10, it opened on the eve of the contentious 150-year celebrations.

For the full Blog TO article visit: http://www.blogto.com/arts/2017/10/art-toronto-2017/

http://esmaamohamoud.com

Congrats to our IAMD MFA Alumni; Omar Badrin, Jason Deary, Esma Mohamoud, and current student; Brad Phillips, for exhibiting their work in this prestigious exhibition.

For more information on the Art Toronto Exhibiton visit: https://www.artsy.net/art-toronto-2017/browse/artists

Mohamoud's incredible sculptures


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Thursday, November 9, 2017 - 9:45am

Mohamoud's incredible sculptures (and photos that depict them) challenge conventional conceptions of gender through the lens of professional sports, namely the NBA. You can find her work at ltd los angeles.

Mohamoud's work was also shown at the AGO as part of the gallery's exhibition, Every. Now. Then: Reframing Nationhood, which features work from emerging and established artists across Canada. It is an impressive collection of sculptures, paintings, photography, soundscapes, dioramas and textile works that attempt to grapple with the questions of Canada's past, present and future possibilities. On to December 10, it opened on the eve of the contentious 150-year celebrations.

For the full Blog TO article visit: http://www.blogto.com/arts/2017/10/art-toronto-2017/

http://esmaamohamoud.com

Congrats to our IAMD MFA Alumni; Omar Badrin, Jason Deary, Esma Mohamoud, and current student; Brad Phillips, for exhibiting their work in this prestigious exhibition.

For more information on the Art Toronto Exhibiton visit: https://www.artsy.net/art-toronto-2017/browse/artists

Poster: 
Mohamoud's incredible sculptures