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Shirin Neshat
Untitled (Women of Allah)
1996
© Shirin Neshat/Courtesy of the artist and Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels

Shirin Neshat: I Will Greet the Sun Again

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Currently on view at The Broad, celebrating this year its fifth anniversary with a series of exhibitions, installations and events, is Shirin Neshat’s “I Will Greet the Sun Again.” It is the largest survey of the artist’s work to date and her first major exhibition in the western U.S. Viewers will find around 30 years of Neshat’s work, including videos and photography that showcase the artist’s engagement with Iranian history, the human impact of political revolution, and the experience of living in exile. Beginning with her well-known “Women of Allah,” the exhibition arranges chronologically a selection of nearly 240 works dating from 1993 to the present day. Following this exhibition, the next unveiling in The Broad’s anniversary celebration is a free exhibition opening April 4 featuring iconic Los Angeles artists John Baldessari (who recently passed away in January), Ed Ruscha, Barbara Kruger, and Mike Kelley.

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