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"Azizi Tailor Shop" By Hangama Amiri, at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum (Courtesy of the artist and T293, Rome; Photo by Chris Gardner)


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RIDGEFIELD — Depictions of scissors are scattered among artist Hangama Amiri’s large-scale textile pieces that fill the first floor galleries of the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.  


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