The common thread that connects most of Hamid Kachmar’s work is intricacy. He evokes the interconnectedness, interrelations, and interdependency of the world where we live nowadays. As an example, he points to the fact that this exhibit/sale is a fundraising event in New York City to help rural families half way across the world in Morocco. Hamid will exhibit five pieces that are based on the theme of intricacy – all use a mixed techniques approach.
Hamid Kachmar is a Moroccan born artist of Amazigh decent. He received his BA from Meknes University in Morocco (1995) and his MFA from Howard University (2006). For the past ten years Hamid’s work has been shown in exhibitions in diverse locales across the United States, such as Washington DC, New York, Oregon, and North Carolina, and internationally in France, Spain, and Morocco. Hamid is the recipient of several awards from Howard University, where he lectures on experimental studio and mixed media.
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