Odyssey: Showcasing the work of Ismaili Muslim artists

Odyssey: Past Meets Present

An interdisciplinary group exhibition showcasing the work of Ismaili Muslim artists who explore past influences in contemporary art. History has a way of evolving into the present, influencing new ideas, and challenging traditions and past patterns. A Roundhouse partnership with Ismaili Council for BC. Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre, Vancouver, BC, Canada. Nov 23 – Dec 1, 2015.

Odyssey: Past Meets Present. Artwork by contemporary Ismaili Muslim Artists. Reception: Nov 29, 2015.
Odyssey: Past Meets Present. Artwork by contemporary Ismaili Muslim Artists. Reception: Nov 29, 2015. "Migration" by Mehboob Rajwani.
Odyssey: Past Meets Present. Artwork by contemporary Ismaili Muslim Artists. Reception: Nov 29, 2015. "Point of View 2" by Mishaal Rinch.
Odyssey: Past Meets Present. Artwork by contemporary Ismaili Muslim Artists. Reception: Nov 29, 2015. "Interpreting the Shadows and the Light" by Shamina Senaratne.
Odyssey: Past Meets Present. Artwork by contemporary Ismaili Muslim Artists. Reception: Nov 29, 2015. "And though the carpet maker didn't say, he now saw the world in a different way" by Shamina Senaratne.
Odyssey: Past Meets Present. Artwork by contemporary Ismaili Muslim Artists. Reception: Nov 29, 2015.
Odyssey: Past Meets Present. Artwork by contemporary Ismaili Muslim Artists. Reception: Nov 29, 2015. "Tree of Pluralism" by Taslim Samji.

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