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Khak Gallery Bita Fyyazi 03
Tehran

Born in 1962, Tehran

15 years work experience in Sculpture & Ceramic, since 2004

She works and teaches in her private workshop in Tehran, since 1980, when she returned to Iran after 8 years living in England.

Education & Training

Courses in Pottery & Ceramic at Iranian Handicrafts Association

Extensive applied experience in tile work and wall murals

Courses & training Sculpture with two prominent Iranian sculptors

Courses & training in enamels and glazes at Maghsoud Chinaware Factory

Exhibitions (since 2004)

17 group exhibitions in Iran and abroad

1 individual exhibition, 1993, Classic Gallery, Isfahan

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送信日: 29/02/2012
更新日: 10/04/2014
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