Until October the 8th the Tate Modern is holding a fabulous retrospective of the internationally acclaimed female artist Fahrelnissa Zeid. Particularly close to my heart due to her ties with Turkey, Zeid’s vibrant abstract paintings are a synthesis of Islamic, Byzantine, Arab and Persian influences fused with European approaches to abstraction. Her abstract and monumental work and kaleidoscopic paintings are particularly interesting for children due to their size, colours and geometrical shapes! If you are in London, don’t miss this great exhibition at the wonderfully child friendly Tate Modern!


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