K I N D A B
Conceptual Art aimed at healing, empowerment, and inspiration for progression in life.
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KINDA BARAZI ART
A Modern Expressionist, Kinda Barazi is American of Kurdish-Syrian descent. Her art focuses on conceptual themes influenced by her background as an Art Director. It consists of matters that address visions of hope and empowerment aimed at inspiring viewers, while carrying messages and stories reflecting methods of progressions in life.
After a successful career as an Art Director at prominent ad agencies, she moved overseas where she had her first digital art exhibition before moving back to the US and continuing her career as a fine and digital artist.
A R T E X H I B I T I O N S :
2021: "World Map Redefined" -- Solo exhibition at All Eco Design Center (ongoing in 2021).
2020: "Transitions" -- Solo exhibition at Dara Global Arts.
2019: Florence Biennale.
2015: Solo exhibition at the Arlington Art Society’s Red Studios.
2014 - 2018: Group exhibitions with Vienna Art Society, McLean Art Society, and Arlington Art Society.
2011: Private Solo exhibition at D. E. Residence.
2010: Solo exhibition at The Zico House, Beirut, Lebanon.
2009: Group exhibition at The Church of St. Paul The Apostle; NYC, NY; “God Doesn’t Like Ugly”.
2008: Solo exhibition at Gallery Surface Libre, Beirut, Lebanon; “Folies -- Mad About Power”.
2007: Solo exhibition at Gallery Surface Libre, Beirut, Lebanon; “Dare Express”.
2002: Solo Exhibition at Gallery Seyhoun, Tehran, Iran; “Nature Talking” – Digital Art Exhibition.
Digital & New Media
Portfolio -- Expressionism
"MAAADEA!", "Released", and "Quantum Entanglement", exhibited @ The Florence Biennale 2019.
An icon of freedom, survival, and triumph, Madea gushes a healing force connecting to “RELEASED”, a painting relieving innocent prisoners with entangled vibes that continue above them in “QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT”; particles that were once connected physically, remain connected energetically, even though physically apart.
Images and techniques copyright Kinda Barazi.
“I now listen to the songs of other birds that have come with the advance of civilization… and, like the wild wood birds our fathers used to hold their breath to hear, they sing in concert, without pride, without envy, without jealousy – alike in forest and field, alike before wigwam or castle, alike before savage or sage, alike chief or king”
-- Potawatomi Chief