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Sister Too by Helen Zughaib

Helen Zughaib's work focuses on the theme of universality between people. She does this through her use of color that has become distinctive to that of Helen Zughaib. Choosing to ignore strife and disorder, she aims to depict soul, positivity and beauty. All her work attempts to take the viewer through a journey of hope, beauty and love. This series depicts Helen’s approach and perception of global Middle Eastern women through a hybrid of forms and aesthetic to fuse East meets West. Zughaib's personal story of immigration and the realm of the diaspora inspires her body of work to result in a visual documentary and creative peace. 

Sisters Too--UNFRAMED
Archival pigment print on German
etching paper, Edition of 20
76x50cm
2015

Helen Zughaib / Lebanon-USA / b. 1959...

As this artwork is currently located overseas kindly allow for 1-2 week delivery (depending on country of origin).

Emergeast is an online gallery championing the latest generation of emerging Middle Eastern & North African artists to a new generation of young collectors. Emergeast’s aim, in collaboration with the Aga Khan Museum Shop, is to break down the barriers to collecting art by facilitating access to high quality artworks at accessible prices. 

Through a highly curated selection of Middle East and North African (MENA) artists, our mission is to incubate an un-intimidating space for young collectors, first time buyers and general art enthusiasts to foster a deep connection between artists and collector for generations to come.

At Emergeast x Aga Khan Museum Shop, we believe everyone has a story to tell. Beyond the aesthetics, the story and inspirations behind an artwork can support one’s personal narrative and journey thereafter. Through building our Urbanite community of collectors, we aim to expand and develop a cultural appetite for the arts and beyond.