Installation

Krista Nassi

Krista Nassi
Born in Iran
Lives and works in USA

Krista Nassi is an Iranian-American artist best known for her outspoken installations and paintings. Evocative and impressionistic, her paintings truly reflect the whimsy and sensitivity of their artisan. The subjects of her installations inspire thought and are deeply reflective of the modern and kaleidoscopic conditions of life. Embedded in each piece is a narrative of a woman whose voice and message is patient yet brazen, feminine yet fierce. Krista’s vision is a bold display of earnest yearning for harmony and justice.

Luna Jungeun Lee

Luna Jungeun Lee
Born in 1985, Seoul, Korea.
Lives and works in London and Glasgow.

Applying traditional Western printmaking techniques to traditional Korean aesthetics, she spends each morning searching for images on the Internet. This half-conscious morning state has been likened to the automaton-like state of stream of consciousnesses, and allows her to “identify my position within the world and makes me reflect back to my delicate existence in the ephemeral dreams of everyday life,” explains Lee.

Priti Kahar

Priti Kahar
Born in 1979, Vadodara, Gujarat.
Lives and works in Baroda, India.

Myself Priti Kahar from Baroda(Gujarat),India, have completed Graduation (2003) and Post Graduation (2005) in Sculpture from The Faculty of Fine Arts, M.S.University, Baroda. At present, I am working as a practicing Visual Artist in Baroda.

Sunil Sigdel

Sunil Sigdel
Born in 1978, Pokhara, Nepal.
Lives and works in Nepal

I have been working with many mediums to represent my thoughts and feelings since my artistic career was started. The subject matters in my work involve socio-political crisis of my country as well as the Globe and different incidents of my own life. I live in Pokhara, the beautiful silent place near Himalayas, but I am aware of the present situation of my own society as well as the world.

Mona Aghababaee

Mona Aghababaee
Born in 1982 Esfahan, Iran
Lives and works in Iran

Mona Aghababaee is an artist who lives and works in Iran. Most of her works are based on historical events and social issues in her homeland. She uses different mediums to explore new possibilities for her challenges in human and gender. Abstraction in some of her work is a means of transformation to educe hidden meaning through allusion.

Ritesh Ajmeri

Ritesh Ajmeri
Born in 1980, Vadora, India
Lives and works in India

Artist statement:

My work starts from where I have been situated in my art-practice and traditional Indian sculpture family background as a middle class Indian, looking for the borders where media, objects, and images are incessantly susceptible to instability.

Hector Zamora

Hector Zamora
Born in Mexico City 1974, Mexico
Lives and works in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Héctor Zamora is a Mexican artist based in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Working extensively in public space over the past decade, the artist creates major works that often rearticulate the physical characteristics of a specific urban or architectural environment. Creating structures that enhance or highlight particular characteristics or patterns of social use of that space and environment, the artist often utilises materials that also carry a particular resonance within that location.

Sara Rahbar

Sara Rahbar
Born in Tehran, Iran in 1976
Lives and works in New York.

Rahbar pursued an interdisciplinary study program in New York from 1996-2000 and also studied at London’s Central Saint Martins College of Art and design from 2004-2005. Her work ranges from photography to sculpture to installation and always stems from her personal experiences and is largely autobiographical.

Marya Kazoun

Marya Kazoun
Born in 1976, Lebanon
Lives and works in New York

In every field, Marya has introduced new ways of thinking and radical contributions to the renewal of creativity and techniques. Her works initiate a profound questioning of the boundaries of the artwork and art practice, challenging the status of art as a privileged object. Conceived out of a desire to shift traditional methods and materials toward less concrete forms and objects.

Huma Mulji

Huma Mulji
Born in 1970, Karachi, Pakistan
Lives and works in Pakistan

Huma Mulji was born in Karachi, Pakistan, in 1970, and completed her Bachelors in Fine Art from the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture in 1995. Mulji's participation in recent selected exhibitions includes in 2008 Farewell to Post Colonialism, Third Guangzhou Triennial, Guangdong Museum of Art, China; Desperately Seeking Paradise, Pakistan Pavillion, ART DUBAI, UAE and Arabian Delight, Rohtas Gallery, Lahore.

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