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Tehran

Kambiz Deram-bakhsh

Cartoonist, Designer, Graphic Designer 

Born in 1942 in Shiraz, Iran 

BA in Fine Arts, Tehran Faculty of Fine Arts 

Cooperation with the Press 

Over 47 years of continual cooperation with renowned newspapers and magazines – both the internal and the international 

Awards Won and International Achievements

-Winner of the “Grand Prize” from many credited international contests, namely: Japan, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, Turkey, Brazil, Yugoslavia, plus a number of medals, “Honourable Mention” diplomas, and prizes 

-Acting as an umpire at a number of international exhibitions and contests

-His works finding an appropriate place in reputed museums of the world, namely in: Tehran Museum of Contemporary Arts, Basel Museum of Caricatures – Switzerland, Gabrovo Museum House of Humor and Satire of Bulgaria, Hiroshima Museum,  Japan, Anti-War Museum of Yugoslavia, Istanbul Museum of Cartoons, Turkey, Warsaw Museum of Caricatures, Poland, Frankfurt Municipality Hall, Germany, and some others. 

Books

He has written and compiled a number of books – two already published: One in Iran, titled: “Without Word” and the other in Italy, titled “Kambiz”, and some other in the line to be published. 

Teaching courses on caricature at Tehran University and a number of other educational and arts centers 

Kambiz Deram-bakhsh has also a myriad of works in areas of advertisement, book-cover works, books for children, posters, and postal cards.

His last exhibitions are held in Tehran, 2003.

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