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Etemad Art Gallery Jun 2013 Mohamad Rahimi My Group Exhibition 03
Tehran

Mohamad Rahimi

1980, Born in Tehran

Member of the Society of Iranian Painters

Solo Exhibitions

2011 "Memories", Etemad Gallery, Tehran, Iran

2010 "Tehran 1388", Naar Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran

2008 "Modern Miniature", Day Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran

2007 "Gharnegareh", Naar Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran

2006 "Wonders of the Universe", Day Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran

2004 "Man", Laleh Art Gallery,Tehran, Iran

2003 "Duet", Laleh Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran

2002 Laleh Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran

Selected Group Exhibitions

2011 Shirin Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran

2011 Cite International De Arts, Paris, France

2010 Hoor Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran

2009 Hive Art Center, South Korea

2009 Canvas Art, New York, USA

2006-2008 "Wishes & Dreams", Touring Exhibition, in the USA

2007 Mah Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran

2007 "Masque of Shahrzad", CandleStar Gallery, London, Uk

2006 Homa Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran

2006 Iranian Society of Painter's Exhibition, Museum of Contemporary Arts, Isfahan, Iran

2006 "Peace", Niavaran Art and Cultural Center, Tehran, Iran

2006 Iranian Contemporary Painters Exhibition, Casablanca, Morocco

2005 "Nature", Iranian Contemporary Artists, Saba Art and Cultural Center, Tehran, Iran

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