19 - 22 May 2022, Paris
Middle East & North African Art
Artists Featured by Simine Paris at MENART
Migration Red, 2009, Oil, tar and enamel on canvas, 30 X 30
Mohammad H Emad
From “Two Situations of Awareness” series, 2022 - Edition AP, Wood and metal, 56 X 11 X 23.5 cm
Separation, 2012, techniques mixtes sur toile, 200 cm x 200 cm
Seyed A Shariatpanahi
Untitled, 2014, Oil on canvas, 70 X 100
“Invisible” 2015 - Oil on canvas, 150 X 200
In Collaboration with Amenor Gallery
Simine Paris presents:
Reza Derakhshani, Mohammad H. Emad, and Ghasem Hajizadeh
MENART Fair - Booth B1 - Exposition du 19 au 22 mai 2022 - Paris
Reza Derakhshani is an Iranian artist born in 1952 . His work has been featured in many public art collections including the British Museum, London, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, the Russian Museum in St. Petersbourgh Russia, and the Kunstsamlungen Chemnitz, Germany. The works presented in MENART Art Fair are Reza Derakhshani's most recent works.
Mohammad H Emad
Mohammad H. Emad Born in 1957 in Arak, Iran is one of the dominant figures among Iranian sculptors. He lives and works in Tehran, Iran, has exhibited world-wide in the past twenty years and won many awards. Several of his works are installed in public spaces in Iran and his work has been exposed in several art fairs and national and international biennals. The works presented in MENART Fair are from the series of metal and wood sculptures "From Two Situations of Awareness".
Born in 1947 in Iran, Ghasem Hajizadeh is a leading artist of his generation. His admiration for old photographs and Iranian popular culture in addition to the diverse painting techniques he employs results in some unique pictorial expressions. Ghassem Hajizadeh's paintings have been extensively featured in art galleries and exhibitions throughout the world including Gallerie Caroline Corr, Paris and Galerie Keller, Paris, LTMH Gallery in New York, la Foire d'Abu Dhabi, and Paris Biennale 109. The works presented in MENART Fair are from a series of portraits of the famous Iranian writer Sadegh Hedayat.
Seyed A Shariatpanahi
Seyed Asadollah Shariatpanahi was born in Semnan (Iran) in 1938. At his childhood and under influence of his grandfather, who was a self taught artist, Seyed Asadollah fortified his inclination towards painting and art. When he was child, Shariatpanahi entered the circle of Esma’il Ashtiani, a protégé of Kamal-ol-Molk , and became his student. After getting his diploma in 1960, he was employed by the ministry of education and became a painting teacher in Semnan high schools in 1963. In 1965, he entered Faculty of Fine Arts in Tehran University and studied art painting under Morteza Momay’yez, Seyhoon, Behjat Sadr, Vaziri-Moghaddam, and Javad Hamidi who are recognized as pioneers of the visual arts in Iran.
Masoud Sadedin was born in Semnan, Iran, in 1956 and graduated in 1980 from the Faculty of Fine Arts, Tehran University. In 1986 he immigrated to Germany, since then he works as a freelance artist and lecturer. His work has been shown at numerous exhibitions, international art fairs and major exhibitions in Germany and abroad. In addition to painting, Sadedin is involved as an author of performance and theater plays as well as texts on the visual arts. In 2016, Masoud Sadedin became the eighth laureate of the Kunstpreis art award and then he was honoured with an exhibition featuring his work and a book, published by the LVRLandesMuseum Bonn, to accompany the exhibition. Masoud Sadedin lives and works in Troisdorf and has a studio in the Kunsthaus Troisdorf.