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Seyhoun Art Gallery Dec 2013 Kambiz Derambakhsh Pantomim On Paper 02
Tehran

Born In Shiraz, Iran, in 1942

Kambiz Derambakhsh, studied fine arts in Tehran fine arts faulty and has been publishing his cartoons and caricatures in many well-known local and international newspapers and magazines for more than 55 years.

Honors and Awards: Grand Prizes and gold medals of Japan, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, Turkey, Brazil, Yugoslavia exhibitions and some other honors and awards.

Kambiz has also sat as a juror for a number of international cartoons exhibitions.

He organized as many as 50 individual and collective exhibitions in Iran and abroad 

He has taught the art of caricature in, including in Tehran University.

Many arts centers, arts galleries, and cultural/arts museums throughout the world have bought his works for exhibition , Basel Caricature Museum in Switzerland, Gabrovo House of Cartoons in Bulgaria, Tehran Contemporary Arts Museum.Academy of Arts, National Library, Saba House, Iranian Graphics Syndicate, Avignon Museum, Warsaw cartoon Museum, Frankfurt Municipality and etc.…. 

Kambiz Derambakhsh has published many books on illustration and caricature in Iran and abroad. Among many it may be recalled: No Comments in Iran , Diaries of Angels, in Iran , Kambiz’s Book in Italy, Contemporary Satirists Book in Iran, and Italy, Laughing Olympics, Had Davinci Seen Me, Scratch Symphony, Don’t Thumb the Hard working Ants and some books in progress.

نمایشگاه " کامبیز درم بخش " با عنوان " پانتومیم روی کاغذ " آذر

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