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Islamic Art, mirror of the invisible world, narrated by Susan Sarandon

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If you want to understand the beauty of Islamic Art, check this documentary by clicking on the picture:
 
A documentary film from Executive Producers Michael Wolfe and Alex Kronemer, Produced and Directed by Robert Gardner, and narrated by Susan Sarandon.

"I love this documentary, I watched again and again and enjoy every moment of it, I am a collector of Islamic Art, and already knows a lot about it, but this documentary is very well done and documented and I wanted to share it with you."

This PBS documentary will seek to enlighten the public about Muslim identity and culture by exploring the many facets of its art.

“Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World,” narrated by award-winning actress Susan Sarandon, premiered on July 6, 2012 on PBS stations nationwide.

This 90-minute film takes audiences on a global journey across nine countries and over 1,400 years of history to present the stories behind the masterworks of Islamic art and architecture.

“I believe all viewers, Muslim and non-Muslims alike, will be pleasantly surprised with what our film uncovers,” Alex Kronemer of Unity Productions Foundation said in a statement. “As a window into an often misunderstood culture, this film has the ability to be a real catalyst for understanding and perhaps offer a new perspective on Islam’s values, culture and lasting legacy.”

Viewers of “Islamic Art” are presented with a kaleidoscope of exquisite works of art — from the opulent Taj Mahal of India to the written word in the form of Arabic calligraphy with master calligraphers such as Mohamed Zakariya.

For more information, visit Islamic Art TV
or there is also videos on Youtube to watch the whole documentary.


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