Brown Mem Sahib and River of Smoke

by Amber Hammad

Brown Mem Sahib. Archival Inkjet Print on Canvas. H: 123 cm x W: 92

Image Appropriated After
Title: Olympia
Artist: Edouard Manet
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Size: H: 130.5 cm x W: 190 cm
Year: 1863

Title Appropriated After
Title: The Brown Sahib
Author: Varindra Tarzie Vittachi
Year: 1962

 

River of Smoke. Archival Inkjet Print on canvas. H: 61 cm x W 46.6 cm

Image Appropriated After
Title: Hendrickje Bathing in a River
Artist: Rembrandt
Medium: Oil Painting on Panel
Size: H: 61.8 cm  x  W: 47 cm
Year: 1654

Title Appropriated After
Title: River of Smoke
Author: Amitav Ghosh
Year: 2011

Amber Hamad is a multi-disciplinary art maker, who works around the notions of appropriation, attire and the Muslim female body. Born in Pakistan, she now lives and works in Sydney, Australia. Currently she is an MFA HDR Candidate at UNSW and a recipient of the RTP scholarship. She has exhibited her art works extensively in South Asia as well as USA and Italy.

Twitter:   _AmberHammad_
Instagram: amberhammad.artworks & amber_hammad
Website: www.amberhammad.com

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