Over fifty ruler sized wood sculptures are arranged in a long line on a wood floor

golnar adili, Benshinand Benshaanand Installation (2021). Wood. Photo by Walter Wlodarczyk.

Golnar Adili is a mixed media artist, educator, and designer with a focus on diasporic identity. She holds a Master's degree in architecture from the University of Michigan and has attended residencies at the Rockefeller Foundation for the Arts in Bellagio, Italy, The Center for Book Arts, NY, Smack Mellon in Brooklyn, the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, the MacDowell Colony, Ucross Foundation for the Arts, Lower East Side Printshop, Manhattan Graphics Center, Women’s Studio Workshop, and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Workspace among others.
Some of the venues Adili has shown her work include, The Victoria And Albert Museum in London, CUE Foundation, Nurture Art, Craft and Folk Art Museum LA, CUE Art Foundation, International Print Center NY, and the Lower East Side Printshop. Some of the grants she has received include the Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant, the NYFA Fellowship in Printmaking/Drawing/Artists Books, and the Jerome Hill Finalist Grant.