Yasuaki Onishi (1979) is a Japanese artist who lives in Osaka, Japan, and holds a Masters degree in sculpture from Kyoto University of Arts.
His practice is signposted by his inimitable vast, spatial installations which have traversed the galleries of FRAC Centre - France, the National Museum of Art - Japan (NMAO), and the Islamic Arts Festival at Sharjah Art Museum - UAE. Through the years, Yasuaki Onishi has earned multiple artist grants, including the prestigious Pollock-Krasner Foundation Award in New York - USA.
Onishi is represented by The Mine, where he had three solo shows: Casting The Invisible (2018), Vertical Volume, (2016) and Reverse Of Volume, MI, (2013).
Giovanni Leonardo Bassan (1989), is an Italian artist, born in Marostica (Vicenza).
His artistic journey began at the Arturo Martini Art School in Schio and continued at the Politecnico di Milano, where he graduated with a major in industrial design in 2011. Since then, Bassan has had numerous solo and group shows around the world, and he has participated in many international projects, some of which were volunteering.
Giovanni Leonardo Bassan is represented by The Mine, with which he had a solo show, Martyrdom (2015) in Dubai and the pop-up exhibition Everything Distracts Me (2016) in Paris.
Johnny Abrahams (1979), is a US born and based artist, who creates exquisite, abstract acrylic on canvas paintings, covered from edge to edge with numerous, patterned lines, that manage to create a progressively finer language of elements, that trick the viewer into the sense of depth and movement, without failing to discuss some of the most up to date topics, such as technology and its revolution.
This is what someone can notice also in his latest series, presented by The Mine, Haptic Trajectories. Using the waviness of watered silks and the render errors that you might get when taking a photo of a screen, Abrahams pictures a series of processing failures that result from the limitations of hardware—camera sensors, in the case of the moirés, or our own optical nerves. As such, engaging with these works is not contingent on a familiarity with art history (1960s experiments with op-art and shaped canvases might immediately come to mind) so much as a shared biology, which suggests all the flattening potential of technology at its utopian best. High-contrast figure-ground relationships trick the eye into perceiving afterimages of colour where there is none, creating the curious sensation of getting screen-burn from acrylics on canvas.
With a long career ahead, Abrahams plans to explore color, shapes, texture, and space in future series, and our mind-eye-body connection to these various visual elements.
Abrahams is represented by The Mine in Dubai, where he had one solo show Haptic Trajectories 2016.
Beginning her journey back in 2000, as a self-taught sculptor while experimenting with pottery and clay, Nastaran Safaei made a turn in her career by attending Parviz Tanavoli’s first series of sculpting workshops in 2006. The workshops had a focus on the bronze technique, which resulted in her first solo sculpture exhibition at Assar Art Gallery in Tehran - Iran. The successful show made her a member of the association of Iranian sculptors. Since then, Safaei has participated in a large number of residency programs and exhibitions worldwide.
Farnaz Rabieijah (1981) is an Iranian born and based artist. She grew up in a half-artistic, half-scientific family, a fact that explains how she has been academically trained as a biologist (Botanist), while attending various art courses under leading Iranian contemporary artists, including Parviz Tanavoli, Abbas Kiarostami, Maryam Salour and Arab’ali Sherveh. This extensive training gradually allowed her to skillfully tackle various media, including metal (bronze, iron and brass,), ceramics, fabric, and fiberglass.
Fari Bradley is a sound artist and composer, examining public space, listening and the environment. Based between London and the UAE, Bradley's practice involves experimental music, arts radio and sound sculpture. Her sculptural works, employ materials such as found objects, interactive performance and electronics, while the live performances examine architecture, the politics of public space and history.
Past commissions for musical works include the V&A Museum, the South London Gallery, the Barbican Arts Centre, the Venice Biennale (2012-2013), the British Council of Columbia and Frieze Projects. In 2013 Bradley became an affiliate artist with Sound and Music, the leading body for sound art and composition in the UK.
Sourcing inspiration from 15th Century German map making and Indian miniature paintings, Andrew Schoultz's frenetic imagery depicts an ephemeral history bound to repeat itself. In his mixed-media works, notions of war, spirituality and sociopolitical imperialism are reoccurring themes, which shrewdly parallel an equally repetitive contemporary pursuit of accumulation and power. Intricate line work, painting, metal leaf and collage twist and undulate under Schoultz's meticulous hand, ranging from intimately sized wall works to staggering murals and installations. While his illustrated world seems one of chaos and frenzy, Schoultz also implies a sense of alluring fantasy and whimsy - a crossroads vaguely familiar to the modern world.
Andrew Schoultz was part of the group exhibition Between the Lines (2016) at The Mine, a show curated by Rom Levy.
Kenton Parker’s (1968) work addresses issues of self-improvement, beauty, and masculinity, expressing rebellion against the societal pressures of being perfect or successful, while exploring the landscape as a metaphor for the body.
Parker’s studio practice is content driven, full of the charisma and charm of the artist’s personality, and able to tackle any media. Drawing from the psychological underbelly of humanity, Parker’s work develops from crude and witty musings incessantly scribbled on thousands of papers and gathered into an archive. These ideas are then translated into sculpture, painting, installation, videos, and murals.
The overall result is a multitude of interpretations that tap into the dark humour of lifetime achievements and disappointments.
Through careful observation of his surroundings and meticulous sourcing, Parker cultivates a perverse ethos, where viewers can get a glimpse into his crude, yet contemplative persona, whose intellect is matched by sexual deviation, marked by his personal experiences navigating the glorious and troubling Los Angeles landscape.
Kenton Parker was part of the group exhibition Between the Lines (2016) at The Mine, a show curated by Rom Levy.
Influenced by Egyptian hieroglyphics and calligraphy from the Middle East and Asia, RETNA is a world renowned graffiti artist creating highly distinctive and widely collected art. Blending photography with painted graffiti lettering and combining elements of the past, present and future RETNA’s work appears complex, beautiful and captivating.
Having adopted the name ‘RETNA’ from a popular Wu-Tang Clan song, his art form is wrought with stories and almost always includes his own alphabet that he created, a hybrid of global typography; Incan, Egyptian, Asian, Hebrew, Arabic, Native American visual writings, hieroglyphic and ink calligraphy.
Each piece carries meaning, conveying an event or dialogue that RETNA experienced. Celebrity commissions have included creating a portrait of Marvin Gaye for R&B artist Usher as well as having been commissioned by Louis Vuitton to create an original work on the building’s exterior walls, a first for the luxury brand.
RETNA was part of the group exhibition Between the Lines (2016) at The Mine, a show curated by Rom Levy.
Andrew Faris is an artist currently living and working in Jackson, WY. He completed Fine Arts and Visual Communication Design studies at Kent State University as well as further studies with Ruedi Rüegg in Zurich, Switzerland. Andrew Faris had productive stints as a Designer with Hillman Curtis and at R/GA in NYC, where he also created the New York City Polaroid Project. Next, Sapient in San Diego as well as Art Director at Yahoo in Los Angeles. Then formation, in 2010, of Recess, a design studio, also in L.A., along with The Andrew Faris Studio, devoted solely to his artwork.
Andrew Faris was part of the group exhibition Between the Lines (2016) at The Mine, a show curated by Rom Levy.
Paul Insect's sharp-edged images combine all the absurdism of Dada with the sleekness of modernism, yielding surreal renderings that point playfully, at the deep dark underbelly of adult life. In the 1990s, Insect became known for his witty stencil and spray painted works, before transitioning to the gallery scene with color-drenched canvases, which teetered precariously between tradition and something far more messed up. Never before has chaos been channeled in such clean lines.
Insect has painted alongside Banksy at The Can Festival, produced album art for DJ Shadow and has worked on the separation wall in Palestine. His work can be spotted everywhere from the streets of London to LA or Stockholm to Sydney and he's held in high regard by Damien Hirst.
Paul Insect was part of the group exhibition Between the Lines (2016) at The Mine, a show curated by Rom Levy.
Bäst is the quintessential artist representing Brooklyn, New York. He is also one of the few pivotal figures in the international street art movement to retain a considerable degree of anonymity. Indeed, it is often debated whether he really exists or may be a pseudonym for a side project by another major artist. Without wishing to dispel any enigmatic spell this may cast, we can confirm that he is an individual artist working in a relatively conventional manner.
Bäst's first works, wheat-pasted posters assembled from media clippings then standardised on a photocopier and a screen printing bed, appeared alongside those of the New York-based collective FAILE in the early 2000s.
While Bäst's art is comparable to FAILE's in that it bastardises the pop culture aesthetic to create more complex, personal and stimulating imagery, Bäst's own pieces are rougher and hard-edged. They use existing imagery to create uncompromising compositions, in stark contrast to FAILE's personal artworks which aspire to the populist appeal of mass media.
His "palette" is diverse and esoteric, including characters from the golden age of animation, the homespun iconography of New York's independent fast food stores, and glossy lifestyle magazines pre-dating the era of street style. Facial portraits of imagined characters are the most regular outcome of this process, for instance in Video Six and Big Face. He is lauded both for the distinct, uncompromising nature of his art in an arena swamped with derivative work, and his deft, hands-on application of intricate collage.
If artists like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring captured the speed and energy of New York, Bast is the embodiment of Brooklyn – weirder, scrappier, hungrier. The anonymous street artist blends aspects of Pop Art and Abstract Expressionism into his contemporary hieroglyphics. Incorporating anything and everything into his day-glo tinged visions – from cereal boxes to stray newspaper to scrap metal – Bast keeps his place as one of New York's original, and most original, street art forces.
Bast was part of the group exhibition Between the Lines (2016) at The Mine, a show curated by Rom Levy.
eL Seed is a ‘calligraffiti’ artist, a blend of the historic art of Arabic calligraphy and the modern art of graffiti, mixing street culture from Paris and Arabic history to poetic effect. Born to Tunisian parents in the suburbs of Paris, eL Seed spent his formative years juggling different cultures, languages, and identities. Today eL Seed’s pieces have developed out of two worlds colliding, with these two cultures clashing and blending into one another, to form a new identity, a unique mark and a distinctive style.
El Seed was part of the group exhibition Between the Lines (2016) at The Mine, a show curated by Rom Levy.
Jenny Sharaf is a multidisciplinary artist living and working in San Francisco, CA. Her paintings, installations, videos, and performances celebrate process, while reflecting on art history, feminism and abstraction. Sharaf is strongly influenced by the Hollywood vernacular, in part because of her family's legacy in the film and television business and growing up in Los Angeles. The mythology of the California girl leads the way to tell a complex and fragmented narrative of art making in the 21st century.
Sharaf has also presented a strong curatorial practice, focusing on community engagement and promoting the arts in San Francisco. She is the founder and director of Parking Lot Art Fair, San Francisco's rogue art happening and continues to produce art events in the Bay Area and beyond.
Jenny Sharaf was part of the group exhibition Between the Lines (2016) at The Mine, a show curated by Rom Levy.
London-based artist Word To Mother , entered the art world, with a strong background in illustration and graffiti.
Word To Mother creates works that combine many influences into uniquely layered paintings, often atop pieces of salvaged wood. Incorporating hand drawn personal sentiments, emotions and feelings that he executes in the form of loose script, inspired from his experience as a tattoo artist and tight sign written letters, drawn from years of painting graffiti.
Suggestions of nostalgic sign writing and unmistakable WTM figures feature within a salvaged environment where they appear to have existed for years. A beautiful juxtaposition, of fragile and emotive elements shown through subtle textures and washes of colour, but with a strength and confidence fused with his signature patterns, architecture & figures.
His work is melancholic yet fun and playful. With an earthy ‘London’ palette of grey tones accentuating splashes of brighter ‘seaside’ colours of fluo red, pink, yellows and turquoise which give the paintings an optimistic feel.
Word To Mother was part of the group exhibition Between the Lines (2016) at The Mine, a show curated by Rom Levy.
Nasser Bakhshi (1982) is a self-taught artist, who lives and works in Tabriz, Iran.
Bakhshi places his memories and bits of his soul and heart inside old boxes that he finds in forgotten corners of the city of Tabriz.
Nasser Bakhshi was part of the group exhibition Mapping Within (2015) at The Mine, a show curated by Sohrab Kashani.
Yousha Bashir (1990) is a Tehran-based artist, who was born in the Philippines and moved to Iran in his early childhood. Bashir received his BA in Visual Arts from Tarbiat Moalem University in 2011, and since then, he has held both solo and group exhibitions in Iran, United States, Georgia and Vienna.
Yousha Bashir is a process-oriented artist who explores himself beyond his artworks. His works are reflections of his own self. They are, besides being multifaceted, presented through different mediums, such as sculptures, paintings, video and installation through which different concepts such as construction/deconstruction, suspension and duality runs.
Yousha Bashir was part of the group exhibition Mapping Within (2015) at The Mine, a show curated by Sohrab Kashani.
Born in 1988 in Tehran, Afshin Chizari’s life and career is a united response to three elements of memory, dreams and paradox. His obsession with details is the most obvious exposition of this mentality. For him the slowness caused by the nature of his technique is the modus operandi of a mnemonic comprehension.
Working in different media, his etchings, photographs and paintings are all created parallel to one another, leaving traces of resemblance amongst them.
Time, death and amnesia are what currently concern him in his body of work as he frequently proclaims his rage towards our new era of inaccurate existence, producing an imaginary criterion where we have to take a step back and pay attention to its entirety.
Afshin Chizari was part of the group exhibition Mapping Within (2015) at The Mine, a show curated by Sohrab Kashani.
Marco Djermaghian was born in Tehran in 1973. After graduating from the Architectural Association (AA) London in 2000 he moved back to Iran where he has been working as an architect. His interest lies in the points of convergence between art and architecture.
In 2012, he exhibited a series of works entitled “Shade of The Willow” as a formal introduction to a project called “The House of Shams” on which he is currently working. It is a project in three parts: a book, a house and a film.
Marco Djermaghian was part of the group exhibition “Mapping Within, 2015” with The Mine curated by Sohrab Kashani.
Samira Eskandarfar was born in 1980 in Tehran. Shestarted painting in 1998 and has since 2003 had seventeen solo exhibitions. Eskandarfar has made sixteen videos and short-films since 2003 and has participated in over hundred group exhibitions and screenings worldwide. Her video “A Dowry for Mahrou” was acquired by Tate Modern in 2009. Eskandarfar made her first experimental film “Root Canal” in 2013.
Samira Eskandarfar was part of the group exhibition “Mapping Within, 2015” with The Mine curated by Sohrab Kashani.
Shima Faridani was born in 1982 in Tehran. She graduated from the Azad University Faculty of Art and Architecture. She lives and works in Copenhagen. Faridani has held several solo as well as group exhibitions in Iran, Canada, Sweden and Denmark since 2006. She has won numerous awards including Second Prize winner in the Painting section of the International Young Artists Competition in 2009. In 2012, Faridani was selected for the 5th Beijing International Art Biennale of China.
Shima Faridani was part of the group exhibition “Mapping Within, 2015” with The Mine curated by Sohrab Kashani.
Amir-Nasr Kamgooyan, b. 1982, Tehran, BA in Graphic Design from Shiraz SourehUniversity.
Kamgooyan’sfocus has mainly been on printmaking. Searching for a personal style, he turned more and more to photoengraving. He then became fascinated by the printing plates themselves, which became the subject of his participation in a group exhibition in 2012. The artist then decided to develop this skill and make use of the capacities of the engraving techniques to realize his intricate mental images. The goal was to achieve a glorious and unique quality, with his source of inspiration being the geometric shapes and stark sketches of engine parts, drawings of industrial machinery and biological illustrations. Moreover, Kamgooyanbecame obsessed with aged things, old structures, shabby buildings, battered and rusty objects, and old factories, deserted towns etc. The older they were, the more intriguing they became. They symbolize for the artist the passage of time and almost like a time capsule, they vibrate with a mysterious frequency. This could perfectly be translated into steel printing plates.
During this process, he resolved to get rid of frames and empty margins: he cut out the drawings in their entirety inorderto allow for a single shape to remain. This gave him freedom not only in design quality but also in presentation. Another benefit would be that the viewer’s attention would be more focused on the work itself.
Amir Nasr Kamgooyan was part of the group exhibition “Mapping Within, 2015” with The Mine curated by Sohrab Kashani.
Aliyar Rasti was part of the group exhibition “Mapping Within, 2015” with The Mine curated by Sohrab Kashani.
Myriam Quiel was born in 1974. She is a German-Iranian artist who received her education at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden. From 1998-2003, she studied painting in the class of Hans-Peter Adamski. After her Diploma in 2003, she lived as a freelance artist in Berlin until 2008. Since 2009, she is based in Tehran. Her works have been exhibited in group and solo shows internationally.
Myriam Quiel was part of the group exhibition “Mapping Within, 2015” with The Mine curated by Sohrab Kashani.
Hamed Sahihi was born in 1980 in Tehran. He graduated from the Tehran University Faculty of Fine Arts in 2003 before taking a Master of Fine Arts at the Art University in Tehran in 2005. Selected exhibitions include The Fascination of Persia at the Museum Rietberg, Zürich, Switzerland (2013); Safar/Voyage at The Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver (2013); SubTehran: Subjective Truth from Iran at CCA-T Center for Contemporary Art Tbilisi, Tbilisi, Georgia (2013); Tehran to London: New Painting from Iran at Jill George Gallery, London, UK (2010); and Inside Teheran Out at Forum Schlossplatz, Aarau, Switzerland (2009). Sahihi took part in the 2nd, 5th & 6th Tehran Biennial. He has also enjoyed success as a filmmaker, having created twenty short films and video animations and one feature film over the past decade.
Hamed Sahihi was part of the group exhibition “Mapping Within, 2015” with The Mine curated by Sohrab Kashani.
Mehdi Abdolkarimi was born in 1986, Tehran, Iran. Abdolkarimi is a photographer and video artist with a Bachelor of Art in Graphic Design from Azad University
He started his career as a photographer and video artist in 2007. He has had 2 solo exhibitions held in Mohsen Gallery, more than 15 group exhibitions inside and outside of Iran, participated in different completions and received several awards. He has also curated three international exhibitions.
Mehdi Abdolkarimi was part of the group exhibition “uNclear Deal, 2015” with The Mine.
Mehrdad Afsari wasborn 1977 in Khoy, Iran. He lives and works in Tehran, Iran. “Photography, to me, is a graphic typology of thought revelation. In the vast expanse of the world I perennially am in quest of pictorial adaptations with my mind through sojourns in various parts of the globe. As a photographer whose medium of expression is photographs, migration means otherwise to me. In simple words, visiting the unvisited spots of the world would add to my visual competency. One rudimentary concept in art is communication: naturally an artist as a creator needs to experience various relationships in his artistic living. Therefore, this program can literally be a bridge to link American and Iranian contemporary art and culture in a wholesome manner.” Afsari received his MA from Azad University in 2006. He has enjoyed numerous solo exhibitions across Iran and is the winner of the first Prize for the 10th Photo Biennial, Tehran Museum of Contemporary Artin 2006.
Mehrdad Afsari was part of the group exhibition “uNclear Deal, 2015” with The Mine.
Gohar Dashtiwas born in 1980 in Ahvaz, Iran. She received her M.A in Photography from the Fine Art University of Tehran in 2005. She has developed a practice concerning social issues with particular references to history and culture in modern society. She creates artwork using different media such as photography and video. She has participated in several art residencies and scholarships such as DAAD award, UdK Berlin, DE (2009-2011); Visiting Arts (1mile2 project), Bradford/London, UK (2009) and International Arts & Artists (Art Bridge), Washington DC, USA (2008). She has held various exhibitions around the world, being shown in many museums, festivals and biennales. Her works are in many collections including Victoria and Albert Museum, London (UK), Mori Art Museum, Tokyo (JP), Museum of Fine Arts(MFA), Boston (USA), Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City (KS-USA) and Devi Art Foundation, Gurgaon (IN).
Gohar Dashti was part of the group exhibition “uNclear Deal, 2015” with The Mine.
Alireza Fani was born in 1975 in Tehran, Iran. He received a Diploma in Graphic Design from Chamran Technical High School of Gorgan, and in 1994 entered Azad University of Art and Architecture to further his studies in Graphic Design. He has worked as a graphic designer, art director, and freelance photographer since 1997, developing a focus in fine art photography since 2007. Exhibiting since 2004, Fani has participated in various solo and group exhibitions in Iran. Internationally, he has participated in exhibitions in China, Croatia, Poland, the United Kingdom, the United States, the United Arab Emirates, and India. In September 2014, Fani participated in Photo Shanghai.
Alireza Fani was part of the group exhibition “uNclear Deal, 2015” with The Mine.
Farzane Ghadyanloowas born in 1989, Iran and graduated from the Cinema Theatre Faculty of Art university of Tehran. Ghadyanloo ranked tenth In 2007 Konkoor entrance exam and fourth in the branch of Cinema. She is the second prize winner of the Camping Photography Group of Young Cineasts 2009. Photographing short films such as The Saxophonist and The Coackroach by Maryam Alinia, The Camera by Behshid Osroosh, The Hand with the Crave by Roya Bababeygi and all theatre-acting sessions of the cinema faculty in Aug 2010 including the Dead Can Talk by Maryam Fathi. She has also worked on Talk To Me by Alireza Ahmadi and Iranian cinema documentary by Betul Feyza Aksoy, Maat by Mohammad Davoodi. She has also directed experimental short films; Hands Wide Open. She is now 26 and working on a documentary titled Chidane Sepidedaman (a poetic word meaning picking up the early morning). Ghadyanloo is also a performing member of the Blue Sky Company’s projects and Fallahnejad writers group, Karaj since 2009.
Farzane Ghadyanloo was part of the group exhibition “uNclear Deal, 2015” with The Mine.
Babak Kazemistarted his professional career in photography in 1996 as a self-taught experimentalist. He uses mostly collage techniques immersed in petroleum products, sometimes considered "petroleum printing". Selected individual exhibitions in Tehran, Iran: 2010 - Suggestion to Group 5+1 - Homa Gallery 2008 - Past Participle - Silkroak Gallery 2007 - Cow's Mentality - Silkroad Gallery 2007 - Women - Mehrva Gallery 2006 - Cow's Mentality Documentary - Mah e Mehr Gallery 2005 - H2S - Mehrva Gallery. Has also participated in nearly fifty group and individual exhibitions in and outside of Iran.
Babak Kazemi was part of the group exhibition “uNclear Deal, 2015” with The Mine.
Omid Mehdizadeh was born in Tehran, Iran in 1984. Mehdizadeh is an experimental Photographer. He has had several exhibitions about Tehran, the city he simultaneouslyloves and hates. In his artworks, he usually looks for the effects of urban lifestyleon ones life and as they say urban experiences.
He has enjoyed a number of solo exhibitions in some of Iran’s most prominent art galleries and hasparticipated in more than 20 group expositions in Iran and internationally.
Omid Mehdizadeh was part of the group exhibition “uNclear Deal, 2015” with The Mine.
Hamed Noori was born in 1979 in Mashhad (IR) and received his B.A from Kashan University, Faculty of Arts and Architecture in 2007. He is a former graduate student of 'Art in Context' at Berlin University of the Arts. He has always been concerned with the historical-cultural contrasts in various cultures and specifically of his own in Iran. Although, he has never offered any solutions for such problems within his works but he does try to raise these issues through an over-play of the realities of his country. He creates artwork using different media such as photography, video and mix media. His works of art mainly constitute his personal experiences of life and living, the individuality of which is not its main focal point, but are rather revealed within the frame of a collective identity and through which are deeply linked with social and historical issues.
Hamed Noori was part of the group exhibition “uNclear Deal, 2015” with The Mine.
Behnam Sadighiwas born in 1979 in Sari, a city north of Iran. He received his BA in Photography from Tehran University Faculty of Fine Arts in 2008. He is the winner of 3rd Magic of Persia Contemporary Art Prize (MOP CAP)2013. He worked as a photojournalist for Culture & Research Magazine, Jam E Jam Newspaper, Ayandeh No Newspaper and Soureh Photo Agency from 2003 to 2008.
Sadighi’s works are based on documentary photography that is stemmed in the fact that he can materialize his ideas about the phenomena in his surrounding, those phenomena which are made by socio-political and cultural issues and have the most powerful effect on Iranian life style and relationship especially in big cities.
Behnam Sadighi was part of the group exhibitions “Mapping Within, 2015” curated by Sohrab Kashani with The Mine and “uNclear Deal, 2015” with The Mine.
Setare Sanjari was born in 1986, Tehran, Iran and has completed a BA in Graphic Design at the University of Alzahra, Tehran. She has worked as a graphic designer and photographer since 2014. Setare started a career in fine art photography in 2017. She has won awards such as the “Contemporary House Photo” contest award in 2019 and the “Image of the Year’s” award in 201. Her photographs have also been widely exhibited in galleries in Tehran.
Setare Sanjari was part of the group exhibition “uNclear Deal, 2015” with The Mine.