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Iran: Architecture and Art

Mehraneh Atashi, In – Out, Videostill, 2013; © Mehraneh Atashi
Mehraneh Atashi: In – Out, Videostill, 2013
© Mehraneh Atashi

Mahraneh Atashi

  • 1980
    born in Teheran
  • Art University of Tehran, Residencies  in Johannesburg, Linz, an der Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten in Amsterdam, Dubai
  • lives and works in Amsterdam

  • Solo Exhibitions

  • 2016
    Solo show, Gabriel Rolt Gallery, Amsterdam
  • 2006
    Untitled, Self-portraits, Silk Road Gallery, Teheran
  • 2002
    Mannequin, Iranian Artists’ Forum, Teheran

  • Group exhibitions (selection, since 2010)

  • 2016
    Companions: The long-lasting intimacy of Strangers, Luckman Gallery, California State University, Los Angeles, USA
  • 2015
    The landscape changes 30 times, Anahita Gallery,Tehran; Dust, CCA, Warschau; De arrogantie van de jeugd, Galerie Gabriel Rolt, Amsterdam; Armageddon Death – Long Version, Le Plafond, Amsterdam
  • 2014
    Rijksakademie Open, Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam; Hocus pocus, Thomas Kerk, Amsterdam; Dubbel Beeld, kunstliefde, Utrecht; Recalling the Future: Post Revolutionary Iranian Art, Brunei Gallery, London
  • 2013
    The Problem with Everything, ETCAMA, Amsterdam
  • 2012
    Light from the Middle East, Victoria & Albert Museum, London; Humour, Tarahan Azad, Teheran
  • 2011
    Metropolis – City Life in the Urban Age, Noorderlicht Photo Festival, Groningen; Die iranische Weltanschauung, Freies Museum, Berlin
  • 2010
    Bimzar (Fearland), Azad Art Gallery, Tehran; Inside Tehran out, Forum Schlosspark, Aarau; 165 ans de photographie iranienne, Musee du Quai Branly, Paris
Mehraneh Atashi, In – Out, Videostill, 2013; © Mehraneh Atashi
Dadbeh Bassir, Untitled (Tehran Series), Polyptych, Light Box, 2005–2014; © Dadbeh Bassir, Courtesy of the Artist, Aaran Gallery (Tehran) & La Caja Blanca (Palma de Mallorca)
Mona Hakimi-Schüler, A Short Path between Holy Shrine and Bazaar, Installation, 2013; © Mona Hakimi-Schüler, Photo: M. Klaus
Instant Past at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition – Venice Biennale 2014, view of installation; © ifa/Lenz