Amina Ayman Kadous is an Egyptian artist who uses images and text to explore the complexity of memory, the evolution of her own identity, and the connection between history and contemporary life. Kadous has exhibited internationally in Europe, Africa, and the United States. She recently participated in the Photography Biennale of the Contemporary Arab World at the Cite Des Arts in Paris (2019) and the Bamako Biennale of Photography (2019). She was awarded the Centre Soleil d’Afrique Prize for her project, “A Crack in the Memory of My Memory.” Kadous received her BFA from Tufts University and The School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston (2015).
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