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Roxana Fazeli


Roxana Fazeli is graduated from Tehran Markaz Architecture & Art University with a bachelor's degree in Photography. Her latest solo show Masmoor at Shirin Gallery in January 2019, highlighted the human footprint on the lives of two near-extinct species rhinos, and Whales. By achieving more experiences working with mixed media, she uses "Papier-mâché" and industrial waste that humans throw away. As she says:" The most compiling subject that I'm investigating in my work was the daily destruction and raping of nature by humans with the excuse of technological achievement. The effect of our actions on mother nature and planet earth forced me to step into this. watching documentaries, photos films and listening to podcats have played an essential role in shaping my artistic view and what you see now.
In ancient civilizations, animal species have been highly regarded and respected, clearly shown in all mythical and artifacts. The superhumans and humanoids have been having an appearance and characters of human and animal species. Totems have been the sign of power and stamina and created with a combination of human- animal species. The Greek and Persian mythical, legendary creatures are strong evidence of this. These legendary creatures have been part of many other ancient civilizations such as Assyrians, Egyptians, Indians, and so on (for example, unicorns, mermaids, sphinx, etc.). Now by looking at the current situation, the result of technological and industrial progress, and all garbage produced by humans affecting our environment, I took this challenge to magnify the damage on the environment; I took this challenge to overstate the damage to the environment and all the species from different angles and point of views. I have been trying to show the following in my work:
1. The evolution of certain species to survive in this new environment.
2. The usage of old tools and waste in my sculptures.
3. The metamorphic changes of the species expressing the harmful effects of humans on nature and Themselves.




Zeinab Movahed

Zeinab Movahed was born in 1981 in Tehran. She has a master's degree in painting from Azad University and is a permanent member of the Iranian Painters Association. She has had nine solo exhibitions inside Iran and outside in the US, Pakistan, and Kuwait. In addition, her works have attracted much attention in group exhibitions and art fairs outside of Iran, such as the United Kingdom, France, and the United States.
As she says about this exhibition: "This painting series is a parallel world to our daily lives, A captivating and clever combination of light spots and dark screens and intertwined and sometimes broken shapes. The visual world in which everything is "becoming" from one thing to another, unstable and restless. And perhaps, this is the current uncertainty associated with it. The essence is "instability" that is always present in the core of our lives and can be a delicate border between "existence" and "absence.





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