By Gregory & Ernest Disney-Britton
Anila Quayyum Agha in Studio. Photo by Esther Boston for No Mean City.
We're bringing home another piece by Anila Quayyum Agha this week, the third in our small collection of 121 pieces. As an interdisciplinary artist, Agha creates artwork that explores the barriers of race, religion, and gender.  In the last year, she's been our artist of the week thrice, because of the news she generates, including this week's story about the "Transcendent Spirituality" exhibit in Vermont. This week you too can also find a tiny 5"x5" painting by Agha at the Arts Council of Indianapolis, and that's why Anila Quayyum Agha is our artist of the week.

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"Delta II" (2014) at Arts Council of Indianapolis Gallery 924 in TINY Show. It's mixed media on paper, including marbling thread, acrylic ink, graphite and wax.
"Hidden Diamond-Saffron" at Burlington Arts Center in Vermont through February 8, 2020
"The Greys in Between" (2018) at Toledo Museum of Art in Ohio through February 8, 2020
"Intersections" is in the special exhibit "Shadow of Time" at the Philbrook Museum in Tulsa, Oklahoma through February 18, 2020.