The Estate of Chant Avedissian

Chant Avedissian

Gergar cut black cotton with hand-dyed bands, 1988

Hand-dyed bands. cm.
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Avedissian dyed cotton fabrics employing the same techniques used to make the textiles that decorate nomad tents in the desert or to compose Japanese kimonos. His textile works are not a mere reproduction of elements found in popular traditions or geometric compositions but quite the opposite, thanks to the in-depth understanding of his artistic practice, his works can be understood and read as an affirmation of his an own Egyptian identity as well as the uniqueness coming from a collective and universal heritage, that goes beyond all borders: an Eastern identity standing up to Western supremacy.

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