Re­solved prob­lems

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Trained in both Paris and Is­tan­bul, Fahrel­nissa

Zeid was an im­por­tant fig­ure in the Turk­ish avant-garde group in the early 1940s and the

École de Paris (School of Paris) in the 1950s. Her vi­brant ab­stract paint­ings are a syn­the­sis of Is­lamic, Byzan­tine, Arab and Per­sian in­flu­ences fused with Euro­pean ap­proaches to ab­strac­tion. Many of her ab­stract works are mon­u­men­tal and de­mand at­ten­tion. In­dulge in Zeid's ob­ses­sion with line and daz­zling colour in Re­solved Prob­lems at Tate Mod­ern in Lon­don un­til Oc­to­ber 8 and re­dis­cover her skill.

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