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"Every aspect of artist Sheinina Raj’s photography-based practice is undertaken in a singular spirit of progressive humanism. Knowing the power of the pure expressive gesture, Raj uses herself -- both her story and her body -- as both the intuitive site and narrative touchstone for what is ultimately a deeply personal and generously universal message of peace, acceptance, and beauty."

Miami New Times

"It's never been more important to be reminded of the one thing we all have in common: our humanity. Intercultural  an exhibition showing that people are more alike than their differing style of clothes, bank accounts, or manner of speaking will have us believe."


The Argonaut

"People are always asking Sheinina Lolita Raj where she’s from. It’s often the first question she gets from a stranger, and it’s a complicated one to answer. Her father is Indian. Her mother is English. Raj was born in the U.K. and raised in Canada. And throughout her life, people have assumed she’s Mexican, Armenian or Persian, among other ethnicities."

Time Out

"Dive deep into an artist’s understanding of cultural boundaries and identity during a conversation with photographer Sheinina Lolita Raj, whose photographs tackle both subjects unflinchingly. In the midst of her collaborative exhibit, INTERCULTURAL, Raj and a moderator discuss the motivations behind her work. After the chat, walk through the installation, which features a sonic aspect created by Nelly Furtado."

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