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عبدالحمید پازوکی

تحصیلات: هنرستان هنرهای زیبا تهران، 1354.  دانشکده هنرهای تزیینی، 1362. فوق لیسانس نقاشی از دانشگاه کومپلوتنسه، دانشکده ی هنرهای زیبای مادرید، 1369. فوق لیسانس چاپ¬های دستی از دانشگاه کومپلوتنسه، دانشکده هنرهای زیبا مادرید، 1368. 

تدریس: دانشگاه هنر دانشگاه پردیس اصفهان، دانشگاه سوره، دانشگاه آزاد اسلامی، دانشگاه هنر تهران.

نمایشگاه های انفرادی: گالری نگین، تهران (ایران) 1364.  گالری نولده، مادرید(اسپانیا) 1370. گالری گلستان، تهران (ایران) 1371. گالری آرت 2000، تهران(ایران) 1372. گالری بو¬آرت، مادرید (اسپانیا) 1374.  گالری سی سی 22، مادرید( اسپانیا) 1375. گالری سالابرالیو، کاستِیون(اسپانیا) 1376. گالری آیتورویتوریا(اسپانیا) 1377. گالری سالابرالیو، کاستِیون(اسپانیا) 1378. گالری اثر، تهران(ایران) 1379. گالری اینفانتاس، مادرید(اسپانیا) 1380. گالری سالابرالیو، کاستیون(اسپانیا) 1382. گالری سالابرالیو، کاستِیون(اسپانیا) 1383. گالری سامرماربلا 1384. گالری اثر، تهران(کلاژ) 1385. گالری سامر(مادرید) 1386. گالری سالابرالیو، کاستِیون(اسپانیا) 1386. گالری شیرین(ایران) 1387. گالری اعتماد(ایران) 1388. گالری اعتماد(ایران) 1391. 

جوایز و افتخارات: بورسیه منظره دانشگاه کمپلوتنسه مادرید 1379. جایزه اول منظره دانشگاه کمپلوتنسه مادرید 1380

آثاری که در کلکسیون ها ی مختلف نگهداری می شود: 2 اثر چاپ، موزه تنریفه جزایر قناری اسپانیا. 1 اثر چاپ، موزه میرو مادرید اسپانیا. 2اثر رنگ روغن، موزه هنرهای زیبا شهرداری اَیون اسپانیا. 1اثر رنگ روغن، خانم جرالدین چاپلین سانفرانسیسکو. 1اثر اکرلیک، سفارت اسپانیا سانفرانسیسکو. 1اثر اکرلیک، آقای فیلیپ گنزالس وزیر اسبق اسپانیا. 1اثر رنگ روغن، رولن مادرید (دفتر مرکزی)اسپانیا . 40 اثر چاپ، بانک ای . بی . ان . بانکو . مادرید . اسپانیا شرکت ارسسا.4 اثردرآسی هتل فلورنسیا ایتالیا.

Abdolhamid Pazoki

Education: Academy of fine arts, Tehran, Iran,  1975.  B.A. in painting from college of decorative arts, Tehran, Iran, 1983.  M.A.in Eteching from complutcnse university of Madraid, Spain, 1990.  M.A.in painting from computense university of  Madrid, Spain, 1989.

Teaching Experience: University of art, Pardis Isfahan University, 1985. Soureh University. Islamic Azad University. 

SOLO EXHABITIONS: Negin Gallery ,Tehran, Iran, 1985.  Nobel Gallery, Madrid, Spain, 1991. Gallery Golestan, Tehran, Iran, 1992. Gallery Art 2000 , Tehran, Iran, 1993.  Boart Gallery, Madrid, Spain, 1995.  CC22 Gallery, Madrid, Spain, 1996. Gallery Sala Braulio .Castellon, Spain, 1997.  Aitor Vitorua Gallery, Spain, 1998. Gallery Sala Braulio .Castellon, Spain, 1999. Assar Gallery, Tehran, Iran, 2000.   Infantas Gallery, Madrid, Spain, 2001. Sala Braulio Gallery, Castellon, Spain,  2003.  Assar Gallery, Tehran, Iran, 2003.  Sala Braulio Gallery, Casstellon, Spain, 2004.  Sammer Gallery, Marbella, 2005.  Sammer Gallery,  Madrid, 2007.

Assar Gallery, Tehran, Iran, 2007.  Sala Braulio Gallery, Castellon, 2007. Shirin Gallery, Tehran, Iran, 2008.  Etemad Gallery, Tehran, Iran2009. Etemad Gallery, Tehran, Iran, 2012.

نمایشگاه آثار " عبدالحمید پازوکی " با عنوان " از خشت تا سرشت " اردیبهشت 1393 گالری شماره 2 اعتماد 

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