Anahí (disambiguation)

Anahí (disambiguation)

Anahi DeCanio is a mixed media artist born in Uruguay and living in the United States. She was named after the Guarani princess in Paraguay. A song named Anahi describes the legend as a "pretty Guarani princess with a voice as beautiful as the "i" water". Anahi's work is currently being featured at the International Museum of Women with an exhibit entitled "Political Art in the Female Form". Much of her work focuses on human rights and feminism. Her painting "Dinner in Brooklyn" depicts a meeting between author of "Tales from the Boom Boom Room" Susan Antilla and iconic feminist artist Judy Chicago on the celbration of the opening of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art in the Brooklyn Museum. Anahi DeCanio's work has been exhibited at the Boca Raton Museum of Art, Bakehouse Art Complex in Miami, The Palm Beach International Airport and Tides Gallery during Art Basel Miami, among others.

Anahí is a Mexican actress.

Anahí may also refer to:
* Anahí (mythology), a mythologycal character from the Indian folklore of Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay

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