30/03/2022
Artist Spotlight
Chioma Ince
Ramadan Mubarak!
With Ramadan around the corner, we want to celebrate the creativity, passion and talent that comes from the Muslim community.

With Ramadan around the corner, we want to celebrate the creativity, passion and talent that comes from the Muslim community. Too often we are over-saturated with negative media surrounding Islam and Muslim women, we see a lack of representation in our art market and art history. Which is why, to celebrate the approach of Ramadan, we are highlighting a sisterhood that challenges these stigmas using the power of art and activism, Muslim Sisterhood! 

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Muslim Sisterhood is a London and Vancouver-based collective founded by artists Zeinab Saleh, Sara Gulamali and Lamisa Khan. Using photography, film, events, publishing, and fashion as tools for change, the collective puts championing the creative talent from marginalised communities at the heart of their work. They are constantly striving to create spaces where experiences can be shared, and tokenism thrown out the window. 

Originally starting as a photo series capturing young non-binary and female Muslims, the collective has come a long way from its humble beginnings in 2017. Now globally known, they have gone on to feature in and work with international names such as Vogue, Nike, Dazed and Gucci. Just last year, they partnered with Daily Paper to create an editorial campaign that honours Ramadan and Eid for their SS20 Resort Collection.  

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Muslim Sisterhood and Daily Paper: SS20 Resort

“The series not only acknowledges the holy time but also encourages conversations around why this is such a special time. “People aren’t always considerate of the importance this holy time holds for us,” explains Sara. “Ramadan isn’t just about abstaining from food and drink. It is so much more than that.” Zeinab adds: “On top of the continuation of daily life duties, it’s about spirituality, solidarity and thinking beyond yourself (qualities we also nurture through prayer and Zakat, which is an obligatory form of charity).”

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Muslim Sisterhood and Daily Paper: SS20 Resort

With Ramadan being about reflection, prayer and community, the need to reflect on the authenticity of representation of identities in art and society is paramount. Seeing a range of people and cultures in all their beauty, achievements and mundane realities is something we see in Muslim Sisterhood’s practice. They have “created a space for Muslim women to claim their faith without feeling that they have to be a certain kind of person to be accepted”. 

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Image from a Muslim Sisterhood zine making and hijab customisation workshop

If there are any upcoming exhibitions or art events on Ramadan or centring Muslim artists, give us a shout, we’d love to hear from you!

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30/03/2022
Artist Spotlight
Chioma Ince
Ramadan Mubarak!
With Ramadan around the corner, we want to celebrate the creativity, passion and talent that comes from the Muslim community.

With Ramadan around the corner, we want to celebrate the creativity, passion and talent that comes from the Muslim community. Too often we are over-saturated with negative media surrounding Islam and Muslim women, we see a lack of representation in our art market and art history. Which is why, to celebrate the approach of Ramadan, we are highlighting a sisterhood that challenges these stigmas using the power of art and activism, Muslim Sisterhood! 

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Muslim Sisterhood is a London and Vancouver-based collective founded by artists Zeinab Saleh, Sara Gulamali and Lamisa Khan. Using photography, film, events, publishing, and fashion as tools for change, the collective puts championing the creative talent from marginalised communities at the heart of their work. They are constantly striving to create spaces where experiences can be shared, and tokenism thrown out the window. 

Originally starting as a photo series capturing young non-binary and female Muslims, the collective has come a long way from its humble beginnings in 2017. Now globally known, they have gone on to feature in and work with international names such as Vogue, Nike, Dazed and Gucci. Just last year, they partnered with Daily Paper to create an editorial campaign that honours Ramadan and Eid for their SS20 Resort Collection.  

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Muslim Sisterhood and Daily Paper: SS20 Resort

“The series not only acknowledges the holy time but also encourages conversations around why this is such a special time. “People aren’t always considerate of the importance this holy time holds for us,” explains Sara. “Ramadan isn’t just about abstaining from food and drink. It is so much more than that.” Zeinab adds: “On top of the continuation of daily life duties, it’s about spirituality, solidarity and thinking beyond yourself (qualities we also nurture through prayer and Zakat, which is an obligatory form of charity).”

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Muslim Sisterhood and Daily Paper: SS20 Resort

With Ramadan being about reflection, prayer and community, the need to reflect on the authenticity of representation of identities in art and society is paramount. Seeing a range of people and cultures in all their beauty, achievements and mundane realities is something we see in Muslim Sisterhood’s practice. They have “created a space for Muslim women to claim their faith without feeling that they have to be a certain kind of person to be accepted”. 

A group of people sitting at a tableDescription automatically generated with low confidence
Image from a Muslim Sisterhood zine making and hijab customisation workshop

If there are any upcoming exhibitions or art events on Ramadan or centring Muslim artists, give us a shout, we’d love to hear from you!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
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30/03/2022
Artist Spotlight
Chioma Ince
Ramadan Mubarak!
With Ramadan around the corner, we want to celebrate the creativity, passion and talent that comes from the Muslim community.

With Ramadan around the corner, we want to celebrate the creativity, passion and talent that comes from the Muslim community. Too often we are over-saturated with negative media surrounding Islam and Muslim women, we see a lack of representation in our art market and art history. Which is why, to celebrate the approach of Ramadan, we are highlighting a sisterhood that challenges these stigmas using the power of art and activism, Muslim Sisterhood! 

A group of people posing for the cameraDescription automatically generated

Muslim Sisterhood is a London and Vancouver-based collective founded by artists Zeinab Saleh, Sara Gulamali and Lamisa Khan. Using photography, film, events, publishing, and fashion as tools for change, the collective puts championing the creative talent from marginalised communities at the heart of their work. They are constantly striving to create spaces where experiences can be shared, and tokenism thrown out the window. 

Originally starting as a photo series capturing young non-binary and female Muslims, the collective has come a long way from its humble beginnings in 2017. Now globally known, they have gone on to feature in and work with international names such as Vogue, Nike, Dazed and Gucci. Just last year, they partnered with Daily Paper to create an editorial campaign that honours Ramadan and Eid for their SS20 Resort Collection.  

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Muslim Sisterhood and Daily Paper: SS20 Resort

“The series not only acknowledges the holy time but also encourages conversations around why this is such a special time. “People aren’t always considerate of the importance this holy time holds for us,” explains Sara. “Ramadan isn’t just about abstaining from food and drink. It is so much more than that.” Zeinab adds: “On top of the continuation of daily life duties, it’s about spirituality, solidarity and thinking beyond yourself (qualities we also nurture through prayer and Zakat, which is an obligatory form of charity).”

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Muslim Sisterhood and Daily Paper: SS20 Resort

With Ramadan being about reflection, prayer and community, the need to reflect on the authenticity of representation of identities in art and society is paramount. Seeing a range of people and cultures in all their beauty, achievements and mundane realities is something we see in Muslim Sisterhood’s practice. They have “created a space for Muslim women to claim their faith without feeling that they have to be a certain kind of person to be accepted”. 

A group of people sitting at a tableDescription automatically generated with low confidence
Image from a Muslim Sisterhood zine making and hijab customisation workshop

If there are any upcoming exhibitions or art events on Ramadan or centring Muslim artists, give us a shout, we’d love to hear from you!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
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30/03/2022
Artist Spotlight
Chioma Ince
Ramadan Mubarak!
With Ramadan around the corner, we want to celebrate the creativity, passion and talent that comes from the Muslim community.

With Ramadan around the corner, we want to celebrate the creativity, passion and talent that comes from the Muslim community. Too often we are over-saturated with negative media surrounding Islam and Muslim women, we see a lack of representation in our art market and art history. Which is why, to celebrate the approach of Ramadan, we are highlighting a sisterhood that challenges these stigmas using the power of art and activism, Muslim Sisterhood! 

A group of people posing for the cameraDescription automatically generated

Muslim Sisterhood is a London and Vancouver-based collective founded by artists Zeinab Saleh, Sara Gulamali and Lamisa Khan. Using photography, film, events, publishing, and fashion as tools for change, the collective puts championing the creative talent from marginalised communities at the heart of their work. They are constantly striving to create spaces where experiences can be shared, and tokenism thrown out the window. 

Originally starting as a photo series capturing young non-binary and female Muslims, the collective has come a long way from its humble beginnings in 2017. Now globally known, they have gone on to feature in and work with international names such as Vogue, Nike, Dazed and Gucci. Just last year, they partnered with Daily Paper to create an editorial campaign that honours Ramadan and Eid for their SS20 Resort Collection.  

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Muslim Sisterhood and Daily Paper: SS20 Resort

“The series not only acknowledges the holy time but also encourages conversations around why this is such a special time. “People aren’t always considerate of the importance this holy time holds for us,” explains Sara. “Ramadan isn’t just about abstaining from food and drink. It is so much more than that.” Zeinab adds: “On top of the continuation of daily life duties, it’s about spirituality, solidarity and thinking beyond yourself (qualities we also nurture through prayer and Zakat, which is an obligatory form of charity).”

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Muslim Sisterhood and Daily Paper: SS20 Resort

With Ramadan being about reflection, prayer and community, the need to reflect on the authenticity of representation of identities in art and society is paramount. Seeing a range of people and cultures in all their beauty, achievements and mundane realities is something we see in Muslim Sisterhood’s practice. They have “created a space for Muslim women to claim their faith without feeling that they have to be a certain kind of person to be accepted”. 

A group of people sitting at a tableDescription automatically generated with low confidence
Image from a Muslim Sisterhood zine making and hijab customisation workshop

If there are any upcoming exhibitions or art events on Ramadan or centring Muslim artists, give us a shout, we’d love to hear from you!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
30/03/2022
Artist Spotlight
Chioma Ince
Ramadan Mubarak!
With Ramadan around the corner, we want to celebrate the creativity, passion and talent that comes from the Muslim community.

With Ramadan around the corner, we want to celebrate the creativity, passion and talent that comes from the Muslim community. Too often we are over-saturated with negative media surrounding Islam and Muslim women, we see a lack of representation in our art market and art history. Which is why, to celebrate the approach of Ramadan, we are highlighting a sisterhood that challenges these stigmas using the power of art and activism, Muslim Sisterhood! 

A group of people posing for the cameraDescription automatically generated

Muslim Sisterhood is a London and Vancouver-based collective founded by artists Zeinab Saleh, Sara Gulamali and Lamisa Khan. Using photography, film, events, publishing, and fashion as tools for change, the collective puts championing the creative talent from marginalised communities at the heart of their work. They are constantly striving to create spaces where experiences can be shared, and tokenism thrown out the window. 

Originally starting as a photo series capturing young non-binary and female Muslims, the collective has come a long way from its humble beginnings in 2017. Now globally known, they have gone on to feature in and work with international names such as Vogue, Nike, Dazed and Gucci. Just last year, they partnered with Daily Paper to create an editorial campaign that honours Ramadan and Eid for their SS20 Resort Collection.  

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Muslim Sisterhood and Daily Paper: SS20 Resort

“The series not only acknowledges the holy time but also encourages conversations around why this is such a special time. “People aren’t always considerate of the importance this holy time holds for us,” explains Sara. “Ramadan isn’t just about abstaining from food and drink. It is so much more than that.” Zeinab adds: “On top of the continuation of daily life duties, it’s about spirituality, solidarity and thinking beyond yourself (qualities we also nurture through prayer and Zakat, which is an obligatory form of charity).”

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Muslim Sisterhood and Daily Paper: SS20 Resort

With Ramadan being about reflection, prayer and community, the need to reflect on the authenticity of representation of identities in art and society is paramount. Seeing a range of people and cultures in all their beauty, achievements and mundane realities is something we see in Muslim Sisterhood’s practice. They have “created a space for Muslim women to claim their faith without feeling that they have to be a certain kind of person to be accepted”. 

A group of people sitting at a tableDescription automatically generated with low confidence
Image from a Muslim Sisterhood zine making and hijab customisation workshop

If there are any upcoming exhibitions or art events on Ramadan or centring Muslim artists, give us a shout, we’d love to hear from you!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
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30/03/2022
Artist Spotlight
Chioma Ince
Ramadan Mubarak!

With Ramadan around the corner, we want to celebrate the creativity, passion and talent that comes from the Muslim community. Too often we are over-saturated with negative media surrounding Islam and Muslim women, we see a lack of representation in our art market and art history. Which is why, to celebrate the approach of Ramadan, we are highlighting a sisterhood that challenges these stigmas using the power of art and activism, Muslim Sisterhood! 

A group of people posing for the cameraDescription automatically generated

Muslim Sisterhood is a London and Vancouver-based collective founded by artists Zeinab Saleh, Sara Gulamali and Lamisa Khan. Using photography, film, events, publishing, and fashion as tools for change, the collective puts championing the creative talent from marginalised communities at the heart of their work. They are constantly striving to create spaces where experiences can be shared, and tokenism thrown out the window. 

Originally starting as a photo series capturing young non-binary and female Muslims, the collective has come a long way from its humble beginnings in 2017. Now globally known, they have gone on to feature in and work with international names such as Vogue, Nike, Dazed and Gucci. Just last year, they partnered with Daily Paper to create an editorial campaign that honours Ramadan and Eid for their SS20 Resort Collection.  

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Muslim Sisterhood and Daily Paper: SS20 Resort

“The series not only acknowledges the holy time but also encourages conversations around why this is such a special time. “People aren’t always considerate of the importance this holy time holds for us,” explains Sara. “Ramadan isn’t just about abstaining from food and drink. It is so much more than that.” Zeinab adds: “On top of the continuation of daily life duties, it’s about spirituality, solidarity and thinking beyond yourself (qualities we also nurture through prayer and Zakat, which is an obligatory form of charity).”

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Muslim Sisterhood and Daily Paper: SS20 Resort

With Ramadan being about reflection, prayer and community, the need to reflect on the authenticity of representation of identities in art and society is paramount. Seeing a range of people and cultures in all their beauty, achievements and mundane realities is something we see in Muslim Sisterhood’s practice. They have “created a space for Muslim women to claim their faith without feeling that they have to be a certain kind of person to be accepted”. 

A group of people sitting at a tableDescription automatically generated with low confidence
Image from a Muslim Sisterhood zine making and hijab customisation workshop

If there are any upcoming exhibitions or art events on Ramadan or centring Muslim artists, give us a shout, we’d love to hear from you!

Thanks for reading
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30/03/2022
Artist Spotlight
Chioma Ince
Ramadan Mubarak!
With Ramadan around the corner, we want to celebrate the creativity, passion and talent that comes from the Muslim community.

With Ramadan around the corner, we want to celebrate the creativity, passion and talent that comes from the Muslim community. Too often we are over-saturated with negative media surrounding Islam and Muslim women, we see a lack of representation in our art market and art history. Which is why, to celebrate the approach of Ramadan, we are highlighting a sisterhood that challenges these stigmas using the power of art and activism, Muslim Sisterhood! 

A group of people posing for the cameraDescription automatically generated

Muslim Sisterhood is a London and Vancouver-based collective founded by artists Zeinab Saleh, Sara Gulamali and Lamisa Khan. Using photography, film, events, publishing, and fashion as tools for change, the collective puts championing the creative talent from marginalised communities at the heart of their work. They are constantly striving to create spaces where experiences can be shared, and tokenism thrown out the window. 

Originally starting as a photo series capturing young non-binary and female Muslims, the collective has come a long way from its humble beginnings in 2017. Now globally known, they have gone on to feature in and work with international names such as Vogue, Nike, Dazed and Gucci. Just last year, they partnered with Daily Paper to create an editorial campaign that honours Ramadan and Eid for their SS20 Resort Collection.  

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Muslim Sisterhood and Daily Paper: SS20 Resort

“The series not only acknowledges the holy time but also encourages conversations around why this is such a special time. “People aren’t always considerate of the importance this holy time holds for us,” explains Sara. “Ramadan isn’t just about abstaining from food and drink. It is so much more than that.” Zeinab adds: “On top of the continuation of daily life duties, it’s about spirituality, solidarity and thinking beyond yourself (qualities we also nurture through prayer and Zakat, which is an obligatory form of charity).”

A picture containing indoor, fireplace, set, altarDescription automatically generated
Muslim Sisterhood and Daily Paper: SS20 Resort

With Ramadan being about reflection, prayer and community, the need to reflect on the authenticity of representation of identities in art and society is paramount. Seeing a range of people and cultures in all their beauty, achievements and mundane realities is something we see in Muslim Sisterhood’s practice. They have “created a space for Muslim women to claim their faith without feeling that they have to be a certain kind of person to be accepted”. 

A group of people sitting at a tableDescription automatically generated with low confidence
Image from a Muslim Sisterhood zine making and hijab customisation workshop

If there are any upcoming exhibitions or art events on Ramadan or centring Muslim artists, give us a shout, we’d love to hear from you!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
30/03/2022
Artist Spotlight
Chioma Ince
Ramadan Mubarak!
With Ramadan around the corner, we want to celebrate the creativity, passion and talent that comes from the Muslim community.

With Ramadan around the corner, we want to celebrate the creativity, passion and talent that comes from the Muslim community. Too often we are over-saturated with negative media surrounding Islam and Muslim women, we see a lack of representation in our art market and art history. Which is why, to celebrate the approach of Ramadan, we are highlighting a sisterhood that challenges these stigmas using the power of art and activism, Muslim Sisterhood! 

A group of people posing for the cameraDescription automatically generated

Muslim Sisterhood is a London and Vancouver-based collective founded by artists Zeinab Saleh, Sara Gulamali and Lamisa Khan. Using photography, film, events, publishing, and fashion as tools for change, the collective puts championing the creative talent from marginalised communities at the heart of their work. They are constantly striving to create spaces where experiences can be shared, and tokenism thrown out the window. 

Originally starting as a photo series capturing young non-binary and female Muslims, the collective has come a long way from its humble beginnings in 2017. Now globally known, they have gone on to feature in and work with international names such as Vogue, Nike, Dazed and Gucci. Just last year, they partnered with Daily Paper to create an editorial campaign that honours Ramadan and Eid for their SS20 Resort Collection.  

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Muslim Sisterhood and Daily Paper: SS20 Resort

“The series not only acknowledges the holy time but also encourages conversations around why this is such a special time. “People aren’t always considerate of the importance this holy time holds for us,” explains Sara. “Ramadan isn’t just about abstaining from food and drink. It is so much more than that.” Zeinab adds: “On top of the continuation of daily life duties, it’s about spirituality, solidarity and thinking beyond yourself (qualities we also nurture through prayer and Zakat, which is an obligatory form of charity).”

A picture containing indoor, fireplace, set, altarDescription automatically generated
Muslim Sisterhood and Daily Paper: SS20 Resort

With Ramadan being about reflection, prayer and community, the need to reflect on the authenticity of representation of identities in art and society is paramount. Seeing a range of people and cultures in all their beauty, achievements and mundane realities is something we see in Muslim Sisterhood’s practice. They have “created a space for Muslim women to claim their faith without feeling that they have to be a certain kind of person to be accepted”. 

A group of people sitting at a tableDescription automatically generated with low confidence
Image from a Muslim Sisterhood zine making and hijab customisation workshop

If there are any upcoming exhibitions or art events on Ramadan or centring Muslim artists, give us a shout, we’d love to hear from you!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
30/03/2022
Artist Spotlight
Chioma Ince
Ramadan Mubarak!
With Ramadan around the corner, we want to celebrate the creativity, passion and talent that comes from the Muslim community.

With Ramadan around the corner, we want to celebrate the creativity, passion and talent that comes from the Muslim community. Too often we are over-saturated with negative media surrounding Islam and Muslim women, we see a lack of representation in our art market and art history. Which is why, to celebrate the approach of Ramadan, we are highlighting a sisterhood that challenges these stigmas using the power of art and activism, Muslim Sisterhood! 

A group of people posing for the cameraDescription automatically generated

Muslim Sisterhood is a London and Vancouver-based collective founded by artists Zeinab Saleh, Sara Gulamali and Lamisa Khan. Using photography, film, events, publishing, and fashion as tools for change, the collective puts championing the creative talent from marginalised communities at the heart of their work. They are constantly striving to create spaces where experiences can be shared, and tokenism thrown out the window. 

Originally starting as a photo series capturing young non-binary and female Muslims, the collective has come a long way from its humble beginnings in 2017. Now globally known, they have gone on to feature in and work with international names such as Vogue, Nike, Dazed and Gucci. Just last year, they partnered with Daily Paper to create an editorial campaign that honours Ramadan and Eid for their SS20 Resort Collection.  

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Muslim Sisterhood and Daily Paper: SS20 Resort

“The series not only acknowledges the holy time but also encourages conversations around why this is such a special time. “People aren’t always considerate of the importance this holy time holds for us,” explains Sara. “Ramadan isn’t just about abstaining from food and drink. It is so much more than that.” Zeinab adds: “On top of the continuation of daily life duties, it’s about spirituality, solidarity and thinking beyond yourself (qualities we also nurture through prayer and Zakat, which is an obligatory form of charity).”

A picture containing indoor, fireplace, set, altarDescription automatically generated
Muslim Sisterhood and Daily Paper: SS20 Resort

With Ramadan being about reflection, prayer and community, the need to reflect on the authenticity of representation of identities in art and society is paramount. Seeing a range of people and cultures in all their beauty, achievements and mundane realities is something we see in Muslim Sisterhood’s practice. They have “created a space for Muslim women to claim their faith without feeling that they have to be a certain kind of person to be accepted”. 

A group of people sitting at a tableDescription automatically generated with low confidence
Image from a Muslim Sisterhood zine making and hijab customisation workshop

If there are any upcoming exhibitions or art events on Ramadan or centring Muslim artists, give us a shout, we’d love to hear from you!

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