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Tehran

FEREYDOUN AVE

Short Biography

1945 Born in Tehran, Iran

Lives and works in Tehran and Paris

EDUCATION

1969-1970

New York University – Film School – NY, USA

1964

University of the Seven Seas - Orange, California – USA

(Foreign Student Scholarship - The World University Tour)

1963-1969

Arizona State University – Tempe, Arizona, USA (Bachelor of Arts – Applied Arts of the Theater)

1953-1963

Primary and Secondary Education in England

CAREER

1984-2007

Permanent Artistic Director

13 Vanak Street Gallery – Tehran, Iran

XVA Gallery – Dubai

1970-1980

Resident Designer

Iran-America Society Cultural Center – Tehran, Iran

N.I.R.T. Theater Workshop – Tehran, Iran

City Theater – Tehran, Iran International Festival of Arts – Shiraz, Iran

Artistic Director

Zand Gallery – Tehran, Iran

Hayden - Zand Gallery – Washington DC – USA

Member of “La Maison de Artistes”

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

1990-2007

Silk Road Gallery – Tehran, Iran

13 Vanak Street Gallery – Tehran, Iran

Hervé Van der Straeten Gallery - Paris, France

Seyhoun Gallery – Tehran, Iran

XVA Gallery – Dubai, UAE

B21 Progressive Art Gallery – Dubai, UAE

1970-1990

Iran-America Society Cultural Center – Tehran, Iran

Litho Gallery –Tehran, Iran

Zand Gallery – Tehran, Iran

Farideh Cadot Gallery - Paris, France

Seyhoun Gallery – Tehran, Iran

13 Vanak Street Gallery – Tehran, Iran

Omega Gallery - Athens, Greece

Sheikh Gallery – Tehran, Iran

Evènement du Jeudi – Paris, France

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

1980-2008

Salon d'Automne de Paris – Paris, France

Iran Heritage Foundation Show – London, England

“Iranian Contemporary Art“ – Barbican Art Gallery,

London, England

“Regards Persans”- Espace Electra – Paris, France

“Iran Under the Skin” - Case Asia Barcelona, Spain

“Gods becoming men” - Frissiras Athens, Greece Olympic Games

“The Contemporary Persian Scene: The American and European Experience”, Leila Taghinia - Milani Heller Gallery – NYC

Contemporary Art Museum – Tehran, Iran

Christie’s Auction and Preview Exhibition – London, Dubai

“Welcome”- Kashia Hildebrand Gallery, NYC

“Photography Collection” - Centre Georges Pompidou

(2006-2007)

Art Paris – Abu Dhabi, UAE

“Routes” – Waterhouse & Dodd, London

1970-1980

Basel International Art Fair - Basel, Switzerland

Hayden - Zand Gallery – Washington DC, USA

Zand Gallery – Tehran, Iran

Contemporary Art Museum – Tehran, Iran

PUBLICATIONS

Contemporary Practices Journal

Artist Profile – March 2008

Canvas Magazine

Artist Profile – September 2007

Edward Lucie-Smith

“Erotica”, The Fine Art of Sex; Hydra Publishing 2002

Edward Lucie-Smith

“Art Tomorrow”, Pierre Térrail Editions – Paris 2002

Art Review Magazine

February 2002

Paris Musée Editions, France

Editions: London, England

“Regards Persans”

The Barbican

“Iranian Contemporary Art”; Booth-Clibborn Publications

COLLECTIONS

La Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations

Paris, France

Michket Krifa Collection

Paris, France

Goulandris Collection

Athens, Greece

Contemporary Art Museum

Tehran – Iran

Lloyd Bank

Geneva, Switzerland

Nemazee Collection

New York, USA

Rose Issa Collection

London, England

Harmonia Mundi Collection

Arles, France

Centre Georges Pompidou Collection

Paris, France

Farhad and Shirin Moshiri Collection

Tehran, Iran

Cy Twombly Foundation Collection

USA

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