By Sheila Reynolds for Surrey North, Jan 15, 2016: For artist Taslim Samji, solutions to the most difficult problems can often be found in the simplest of answers.
The Vancouver artist and writer is the guest curator of the most recent exhibition at the Newton Cultural Centre gallery.
Called Commonality, it features the work of nine professional and emerging female artists, all of whom are Ismaili Muslims who have roots in East Africa, India or Pakistan – though all have called Canada home for decades.
It’s a “slice” of a specific minority group, Samji says, who share their ideas, memories and inspiration through their contemporary artwork.
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View Photo Album by Raymond: Commonality: An Exploration of Pluralism
Header image: Taslim Samji, Taj by Taslim Samji