H D Skinner Annex
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View 29 new works by artist Areez Katki, developed over eight months, while he was living and working in India.
The exhibition focuses on Katki’s personal heritage, specifically in relation to Zoroastrianism and the Parsi community that his family belongs to. Through needlework-based craft practice, the artist explores third-wave diaspora and the survival of Zoroastrianism, alongside his own revelations and responses to this now-powerful minority in Mumbai.
Developed and toured by Malcolm Smith Gallery, UXBRIDGE Arts and Culture. The artist wishes to thank Creative New Zealand for supporting the creation of this work.
10am–4pm, 11 January to 9 February