Sat, 27 May|
Opening The Tree of All Seeds by Hana Shahnavaz
Hana Shahnavaz is a British-Iranian painter known for her vibrant paintings. Her work celebrates ancestral knowledge of healing in unison with the earth, told through stories inspired by Persian mythology, folklore, and traditional literature. Literary punctuations by writer Vafa Mehraeen.
Time & Location
27 May, 14:00 – 18:00
Bruxelles, Av. de la Reine 266, 1020 Bruxelles, Belgium
About the Event
Opening Saturday 27/05/2023
Exhibition 27/05 - 17/06/2023
Friday & Saturday from 11am - 6pm and by appointment
Queens Brussels is pleased to invite you to the opening of Hana Shahnavaz's exhibition The Tree of All Seeds on 27 May from 2-6 pm.
RSVP is not mandatory but helps us organize the opening.
Hana Shahnavaz (°1985), a British-Iranian artist known for her vivid, intricate paintings, invites viewers into her vibrant world. Drawing from Persian mythology and ancestral wisdom, her work embodies a deep bond with the earth. In her first solo exhibition in Belgium, the artist explores the feminine force of nature, celebrating its beauty, power, and fragility. She sees the Earth as a portal to infinite possibilities, holding within it the seeds of healing and abundance. By acknowledging our inherent connection to Mother Earth, the artist suggests we can nurture these seeds, transforming our world into a more abundant space. Her work encourages us to rediscover and cherish our bond with nature.
Literary work is presented by Iranian writer Vafa Mefraeen. The complementary texts will be offered in a limited edition. Vafa Mehraeen is an Iranian journalist, human rights activist and scholar in cognitive linguistics, philosophy and ethics. Since his arrival in Belgium, he has been a resident at Passa Porta, in the ICORN programme. This allowed him to continue his interdisciplinary research in security.