Alia Ali is an award-winning Yemeni-Bosnian-US multi-media global artist who has received international acclaim for her photographic and multimedia work, recently described by James Steward, Director of the Princeton University Art Museum, as “politically potent and materially beautiful.” Ali's work dives headfirst into the intricate and often irreconcilable political, historical, and economic legacies of textiles. Considering everything from the expansive global trade routes traveled by certain fabrics, to the classification and nomenclature of particular prints, to the communicative potential of a patternʼs symbolism, Ali guides viewers into a conversation about colonialism, cultural cross-pollination, and borders that simultaneously unite and divide people.
Prices increases throughout each edition - please inquire for current pricing. All pricing is inclusive of framing. Please note that different editions are each unique in that fabrics and patterning may differ. All fabrics are carefully chosen and the frames are hand upholstered by the artist, herself. Original fabrics displayed in the photograph are reserved for Exhibition Prints (EP) and Artist Prints (AP).