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Reza Falahzadeh born in Tehran 1951.

M.S in Electronics Engineering

B.A in painting from Art University of Brussels Belgium

M.A in Interior Design from Brussels Belgium

Artistic Background:


I have been interested in painting since I was15 years old, I started to learn drawing and watercolor painting training with Master Ali Akbar Sanaati for about 4 years. I trained with Master Sombat for three years. During the past year besides passing Calligraphy courses in Society of Calligraphers in Iran, I have received training courses of masters like : Master Hamidi, Master Vaziri Moghadam, Dr Pakbaz, Manoochehr Moatabar and Master Laal Riahi in Brussels Belgium. 



I have achieved the following during the past 43 years of my professional artistic life :


Holding 37 solo painting exhibition inside and outside the country

Participation in four Fajr Festival and receiving several acknowledgements.

Holding several exhibitions in favor of Orphan and unsupported families.

Teaching visual art to students in my art institute

Teaching the visual art to the students in Art University of Tehran.

Official membership in Country Cooperative Gallery owners since its

foundation and additionally I have been one of the members of selection and

      Judging artworks for Art Expos indoor and outdoor exhibitions for several times

      in Country Cooperative Gallery owners.

Receiving various acknowledgements.

Member of the Iranian painters society.

Member of California Painters Society (IVA).

passing visual art program in university of Brussels, Belgium and participating

in its master classes.


Beside this, I have been managing my art Gallery institute under the name of “Falahzadeh Art Complex” by holding the grade artistic one from the ministry of Cultural and Guidance since 2002 till now.









Solo Exhibitions held in Iran:


1.Mass Gallery – 1972

2.Tehran Jadid Gallery – 1973

3.Seyhoun Gallery – 1983

4.Daryabeygi Gallery – 1996, 2003, 2004

5.Art University – 1998, 1999

6.Banafshe Gallery – 2000, 2001, 2003

7.Niavaran Cultural and Historic palace – 2002

8.Ebne Sina Cultural Center – 2002, 2003, 2004

9.Art Expo in Tehran’s Vahdat Hall Complex – 2004

10.Erika Gallery – 2007, 2008

11.Art Expo at Iranian Academy of Arts (Saba art collection) – 2008.

12.Exhibition in the kindness day with collaboration of municipality of Tehran – 2008

13.Falahzadeh art gallery – charity exhibitions in favor 

of orphan children from 2002 to 2009.

14.Pardis Gallery - 2009

15.Grand exhibition by title of a look at 30 years artworks in Artistic Creations Foundation      (Niavaran Cultural Center) – 2010

16.Laleh Art Gallery 2012.

17.Art Expo (Tehran) - 2012 – Vahdat Hall.



Overseas Exhibitions:



1983, 1984 – Group Exhibition in Brussels Belgium.

1985 – Frankfurt, Germany

2001 – Lyon, France

2000 – Solo Painting Exhibition – Toronto, Canada.

2003- Individual exhibition in Dubai

2006 - Art Expo in China

2007 - Solo Exhibition -Singapore

2011 - Individual exhibition in Seyhoun Gallery - 5 - 11 Feb, Los Angeles, CA, USA.

2011 - Group exhibition in Seyhoun Gallery - 9 - 15 April, Los Angeles, CA, USA

2011 - Individual exhibition in JK Gallery - May 21 - June 30, Los Angeles, USA

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