“” “Art exhibition by Nahid Shahalimi in favour of UNICEF: 25 March 25 April 2010 ART at MUC airport Munich the exhibition includes 22 works of modern art: eleven powerful female portraits, as well as eleven works, which almost sarcastic with reduced, striking women cliches such as E.g. lips”, like a virgin”and geisha” deal. The female portraits were inspired by strong and exceptional female leaders: of Audrey Hepburn, Julia Stegner, Nina Ruge, Suzanne von Borsody, Regina Ziegler, Gabriele Strehle, Patricia Riekel, Christiane Arp Dr. Dr. h.c. Manuela Schmid, Prof. Dr. Marion Kiechle until Daniela Thoma.

The artworks, whose mixed media form a tactile surface, acrylic, wax and fabric show paired with an almost Cubist implementation in their colour and flatness reminiscent of pop art. She manages in a special way, to reflect an entire Cosmos of expressive women with their own imagery. Almost one thinks to be able to look in the women and yet it envelops a Aura of mystery. The exhibited works of art are available at prices between 3,500 and 5,500 euros for sale. The revenues go to 100 percent of UNICEF Germany.

“” We, the women”the project the collection we, the women”breaks with the prejudices and cliches of so-called perfect woman”. The eleven portrayed women were selected for their courage, their hard work and willpower. With their work they have paved a solid way for the standing of women in today’s society each in their own way and in their area. They are a symbol of female power and motivation of future generations. The art project will be in Spain also 2011 and 2012 in Bombay, to see India. The artist Nahid Shahalimi age of 16 won a local art contest Nahid Shahalimi. Meanwhile, their contemporary solo exhibitions internationally will be shown. The intensity of the emotions expressed in their pictures: joy, sadness, fear, madness or pride brings you with strong light and shadow contrasts with a sophisticated mixed media on canvas. Shahalimi advocates with their art always also social interests. Support from UNICEF, Avicenna e.V. and Hani (hope Foundation for women and children of Afghanistan). Born in Kabul, Afghanistan, fled with her family in 1985 the Soviet troops on Pakistan in the freedom to Canada. In Montreal, she found a new home, graduated University of political science and fine arts. Today lives and works in Munich Nahid Shahalimi.