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Tehran

Niloufar Banisadr Born in 1973, Tehran, Iran Lives and works in Paris  Education:  2004 - 2006: BA in Visual Arts, Marc Bloch University, Strasbourg, France

2004 - 2005: Diploma in Professional Photography, Spéos, Paris Photography Institute, France 2002 - 2003: BA in Cinema, Marc Bloch University, Strasbourg, France 1995 - 2001: BA in photography, Azad University, Tehran, Iran 

Professional Experiences:

 Since 2007: Teaching at Spéos Photography Institude, and collaboration with Rhode Island School of Design's Wintersession, Paris, France 

Solo Exhibitions:  2010   "The Imprint" Spéos Gallery, Paris, France

2007   Homage to Madeleine Riboulet "Madame Banisadr" NegPos Gallery, Nimes, France

2003   "Dress and Naiad"  (dress and nudity) Stimultania Gallery, Strasbourg, France

2001   "History of Polish Chairs" Assar Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran  Group Exhibitions: 

2011   La quinzaine culturelle Irannienne, Strasbourg, France 2009   “Voice of Vision", Spéos Gallery, Paris, France 2007   Buenos Aires photo 07, Buenos Aires, Argentina 2007   Arténim, Nime, France 2003   Stimultania Gallery, Strasbourg, France 2003   Exhibition Festival at P. University, Strasbourg, France 2002   Photography Museum, Tehran, Iran 2001   "Contemporary Photographers" Assar Art Gallery, Tehran, Iran 2000   Exhibition organized by the Canadian Embassy in Tehran for celebration of International Women's day Barg Gallery, Tehran, Iran 2000   "L'art dans le Monde" (Art in the World), a representation of young artists from different continents,          Paris, France

Collection: The Museum of Modern Art (MAM), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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