Hend Al-Mansour’s artwork reflects the female culture of her hometown of Hofuf, Saudi Arabia. She holds a degree in medicine from Cairo, Egypt, and Master of Fine Arts and Master of Art History degrees from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and the University of St. Thomas, respectively. Al-Mansour’s work is inspired by Islamic art and addresses gender politics in Arab communities. She creates screen prints featuring stylized figures, Arabic calligraphy, and Sadou and henna designs and builds shrine-like installations using printed fabric. Recently, she has begun creating digital images and animations.
Al-Mansour has received numerous awards, including the Minnesota State Art Board’s Creative Support in 2022, the Artist Initiative grant in 2019, the McKnight Fellowship in 2018, the Jerome Fellowship of Printmaking in 2013/14, and the Juror’s Award of the Contemporary Islamic Art exhibition in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in 2012. She has exhibited worldwide and lectured on Arab art and her personal journey. Al-Mansour is a member of Rosalux Gallery, the Interfaith Artists group, and The Habibties, a group of multiethnic women artists that promotes cultural diversity in the US.
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