Anna Boghiguian is an acclaimed Egyptian artist who is renowned for her multimedia installations, painting, and sculptures. Her works explore a range of topics, from personal identity and historical events to socio-political issues, often imbued with her Eurasian roots. In her installations, Boghiguian uses materials and objects such as textiles, papers, photographs, and books to create a narrative and visual composition. She has presented her works in numerous international exhibitions and biennials, including solo shows at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, the Kunsthalle Basel, and Whitechapel Gallery in London. Boghiguian has also received many awards, including the Roger de Montebello Prize in 2019 and the Wolfgang Hahn Prize in 2017. Her works have been included in the collections of several notable institutions, including the Louvre in Paris, the British Museum in London, the Guggenheim in New York, and the Centre Georges Pompidou in France.
Anna Boghiguian, Egyptian artist, multimedia installations, painting, sculptures, Eurasian identity, Roger de Montebello Prize, Wolfgang Hahn Prize, Louvre, British Museum, Guggenheim, Centre Georges Pompidou.
— Mei Wang
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