Born May 29~ Behjat Sadr

Behjat Sadr (May 29, 1924-August 11, 2009) was an Iranian artist and educator; she moved to Paris after the 1979 Islamic Revolution began.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Untitled by Behjat Sadr
1967 / Oil and aluminium foil on Venitian blinds superimposed on oil on wood
52″x33-4/5″ / Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, Iran

Behjat Sadr on Artnet:

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Artist Birthday Quiz for 8/5~

Which early member of the American Abstract Artists group articulated her philosophical theorems not only through her art but also through her writing, lectures, teaching, and poetry?

Which Russian-born Constructivist artist, a pioneer of Kinetic Art, used materials such as glass, plastic, and metal and created a sense of spatial movement in his work?

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Artist Birthday Quiz for 6/30~

What artist, a member of the Chiricahua Apache tribe, originally worked in construction as a pipe fitter’s assistant while sculpting and painting at night?

What Louisiana artist executed a series of black-and-white woodcut prints in 2002 and 2003 with imagery of New Orleans that looks as if it was created immediately after Hurricane Katrina in 2005?

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