IT TAKES A VILLAGE - THE DONE - TAHOUR TRIPTYCH by Farida Makki

Tahour Triptych The Done- Farida Makki.jpg
Tahour Triptych The Done- Farida Makki.jpg

IT TAKES A VILLAGE - THE DONE - TAHOUR TRIPTYCH by Farida Makki

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Portrait Acrylic, Ink, Charcoal, Bleach on Cartridge Paper | 21x30cm

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The Done - The Done female has been an Egyptian, African, Victorian, slave

Tahour triptych is a visual exploration of community centred empowerment. It tells the story of the Doer, the Done and the Doted. These ‘villagers’ may look happy, sad, powerful. There is a hidden hopefulness and optimism, there is a dignity and despair.

They are bound together in the name of purity, sanity, social standing, protection, love... 

IT TAKES A VILLAGE is an attempt not to judge, but to talk, to understand, to share knowledge, to promote human rights, to empower.

Tahour [in Arabic clean pure virtuous]