ZAHRA

NAZARI

From: Hamedan, Iran

Based in: New York, US

Born: 1985

Main Artistic Themes: Identity, Globalization

Web: zahranazari.com

Zahra Nazari's large-scale abstracted and architectonic paintings and installations are formed by ideas about identity, immigration issues, and how globalization is changing our perceptions.

Nazari was a recipient of The AIM Fellowship from the Bronx Museum

Spatial Planes & Timeless Dimensions
Metamorphosis 1
Futuristic Fabrication
Remnants
The Thirty Three Bridge
Urban Structure
Skylight
Inside Out
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ABOUT THE ARTIST

Zahra Nazari (b. 1985, Hamedan, Iran) lives and works in New York City. Her large-scale abstracted and architectonic paintings and installations are formed by ideas about identity, immigration issues, and how globalization is changing our perceptions.

Nazari was a recipient of The AIM Fellowship from the Bronx Museum; Mentoring Program from New York Foundation for the Arts; Artist Residency Fellowship from Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art and Visiting Artist Fellowship from the Cooper Union School of Art in New York City.

 

She has exhibited both nationally and internationally in many galleries and museums such as Bronx Museum, Bronx, NY; China Millennium Monument, Beijing, China; Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz, NY; Saba Institution, Tehran, Iran; and Spartanburg Art Museum, Spartanburg, SC.

Selected Exhibitions

Cigar Factory

Group Show: Curated by ICI

2018

New York, INY

Five Points Gallery

Solo Show: Remnants

2017

Torrington, CT