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Etemad Gallery May 2012 Mohsen Ahmadvand I Scream 03
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Mohsen Ahmadvand is an Iranian artist whose immediate influences have been wrestling, old photographs, the newspapers, mass media, Alireza Espahbod and Ardeshir Mohasses. He loves pen and paper but is open to all media. He is an artist who crosses and blends many frontiers and disciplines. But most importantly he is an artist with humour, with poetry and a great deal of skill in creating juxtaposition and tension in his works. (Fereydoun Ave)

MOHSEN AHMADVAND

Born 1982 – Tehran

BA in Painting – Tehran University Faculty of Fine Arts, Iran

Solo Exhibitions

2008

XVA Gallery, Dubai, UAE

Seyhoun Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, USA

2007-08

Seyhoun Gallery, Tehran, Iran

2007

Seyhoun Gallery, Tehran, Iran

2006

Seyhoun Gallery, Tehran, Iran

Group Exhibitions

2010

Bastakiya Art Fair, Dubai, UAE

2009

Artcurial – Briest – Poulain - F. Tajan, Auction House, Paris, France

Group Art Exhibition, Seyhoun Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, USA

“Looped and Layered”, A Selection of  Contemporary Art from Tehran – Thomas Erben Gallery, New York, USA

Iran on Paper - the Last 10 Years from Fereydoun Ave’s “LAAL Collection”, Aaran Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran

2008

Second Annual Asian Contemporary Art Fair (ACAF- NY), New York, USA

Sotheby’s, Modern and Contemporary Arab and Iranian Art, London, UK

Leila Taghinia-Milani Heller Gallery, New York, USA

The first exhibition on selected artists’ works from Iranian galleries, SABA Cultural and Artistic Institute

2007

Selected artists of the first visual arts festival, Niavaran Cultural Center, Tehran, Iran

2006

First Visual Arts Festival, Niavaran Cultural Center, Tehran, Iran

2005

Fine Arts Gallery, Department of Visual Arts, Tehran University, Iran

2004

Central Library, Tehran University

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