Born in Syria and raised in Ohio, Diana Al-Hadid uses mythologies from her own heritage as a throughline in this monographic sculptural exhibition, weaving in themes of the feminine body as portrayed in European art and iconic natural architecture as well. As the gallery has it, the result is an investigation of "historical, mythological, and biblical" narratives of women.
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