As everything gradually moves online – from reading and shopping to watching television and talking to friends and family – the art world is keeping in step. While physical exhibitions, museums and art fairs still play a major role when it comes to visual art, other art forms are arguably more suited to online presentation, which allows access to a far wider audience than would ever have been thought possible two decades ago. Launched last month in honor of International Women’s Day, Muslima is an online exhibition of fine art, photography and writing from women around the globe, exploring what it means to be a Muslim woman in today’s world.
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See also: Muslima Online Exhibition and Muslim Women’s Art and Voices