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  • 30 Pourmousa St., Somayeh St., Villa St.,
    Tehran - Iran

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  • Maryam Farhang

    (b.1983, Tehran, Iran) She is a painter and poet based in Tehran, Iran. She is also a photographer and video maker. She received her M.F.A from arts department of University of Science and Culture in Tehran, Iran. She is interested in interacting with other artists through different mediums.
    She curated virtual and physical exhibition Encounter for cultural exchange between Austrian and Iranian artists with the support of Austrian Cultural Forum Tehran in Soo Contemporary on 8 of March 2021. She has had several group exhibitions and festivals, among which the most noteworthy would be her attendance in Meridian International Center cultural event named Whishes and Dreams: Iran’s New Generation Emerges which was inaugurated in Washington D.C and held for 2 years in different states of the USA from 2008 to 2010.
    She has had her solo exhibition in 2018 in Tehran, Iran with the title of The Silent Narrative of Things, and in 2019 in Primmersdorf, Austria with the title of Love. In 2020, her book Me and the Persimmon Tree with 45 paintings and poems from her Home series was published in Austria by Verlag Bibliothek der Provinz, edited by Michael Pilz. In 2021, in Vienna, Austria, her poems were read in Farsi and German and her paintings were installed for one month in Aktionsradius Wien. She is a winner of the Styria Artist in Residence Scholarship in Graz 2021. The main concept of her works focuses mostly on Femininity and her role as a woman and human in her life and society.