New Bellevue Arts Museum Exhibition Shows the Plight of Refugees
Born in Pakistan, where she studied to be an artist, Humaira Abid came to the Northwest in 2008. (She and her husband now live in Renton, but return regularly to their hometown of Lahore.) Since then, she’s mostly been a creature of group shows, often with work created from wood—a preferred material, but hardly her only medium—being the unifying conceit. Now, she’s having her first American solo museum exhibition at Bellevue Arts Museum (BAM).
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