NOTICE: Exhibition Postponed due to COVID-19. Date TBD.

Lacrima: /ˈla.kri.ma/

by: Anna Kavehmehr

Stories matter. We experience an array of emotions through stories and learn to experience the world through another’s perspective. Stories connect us as humans and let us empathize with one another. This exhibition follows a story of a girl in different stages of her life where she is experiencing feelings of loss, loneliness, displacement and the hopelessness that comes with them. She is fully aware of us and finds herself gazing back at our reflection.

About Anna Kavehmehr

Anna Kavehmehr was born in Tehran, Iran. She moved to Toronto in 2013 to pursue a career in art. She holds a master’s degree in Digital Media and a bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design. Her art is largely based on poems, music, and literature. Telling stories through art has been her lifelong passion. She loves to depict complex human emotions and is constantly inspired by people’s conflicts and relationships with one another and with nature.

Date: TBD

Exhibition Opening: TBD

Place: North York Centre

Price: Free  

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