Locale, Memory, Exile

Raverty, Dennis
September 2004
Art Papers Magazine;Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p28
The article focuses on the effect of artist Siah Armajani's new work on his career which took him into unfamiliar territory. It is stated that because he came to the U.S. from Iran in the 1960s during the Shah's totalitarian regime, Armajani has the fierce dedication to human liberation and Jeffersonian democracy that characterizes many naturalized citizens.


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