Who is Zarina Hashmi introduced by Google Doodle. 2 facts you should know.

Zarina Hashmi introduced by Google Doodle on her 86th birth anniversary. The doodle, designed by guest illustrator Tara Anand from New York, pays homage to Indian-American artist Zarina Hashmi. She is best known for minimalistic movement the art movement began in post world war-II

1. Who is Zarina Hashmi introduced by Google Doodle

Zarina Hashmi Born in 1937 in small Indian town of Aligharh, the tragic event forced her and her family to move to Karachi in the recently established Pakistan. Zarina Hashmi married a young diplomat, at the age of 21, beginning a new chapter that took her across the world. She had the opportunity to explore the realms of printmaking and immerse in the influences of modernist minimalistic art movements.

2. Where is Zarina Hashmi from?

Zarina Hashmi from Aligharh, Zariha Hashmi settled in New York city in 1977 and became a advocate for women and female artists of colour. In 1980, she co-curated an exhibition at A.I.R. Gallery titled “Dialectics of Isolation: An Exhibition of Third World Women Artists of the United States.”

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