Untitled No. 6 from Photo series | Photo Transfer on paper | 42 x 59 cm
Untitled No. 3 from Photo series | Photo transfer and acrylic | 100 x 71 cm
Untitled No.1 from Black series | Acrylic on canvas | 200 x 275 cm
Untitled No. 20 from Photo series | photo transfer and acrylic on paper | 42 x 59 cm
Untitled No. 15 from Photo series | photo transfer on paper | 39 x 29.5 cm
Untitled No. 14 from Photo series | photo transfer on paper | 47 x 35 cm
Untitled No. 11 from Photo series | photo transfer on paper | 59 x 42 cm
Untitled No. 10 from Photo series | photo transfer and acrylic on paper | 42 x 59 cm
Untitled No. 7 from Photo series | photo transfer and acrylic on paper | 42 x 59 cm
Untitled No. 9 from Photo series | photo transfer and acrylic on paper | 42 x 59 cm
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Reza Abedini

 
Reza Abedini (Born in 1967) got his diploma in visual arts from The School of Fine Arts in Tehran (1985) and then continued his studies in painting and fine arts and in 1989 graduated from Art University of Tehran. From then on he has been working as a designer, teacher and researcher in the field of Typography, Graphic Design and visual arts in general. Among the books that have been published on his works are Design and Designer (Reza Abedini), 2004 and Vision of Design (Reza Abedini), 2007. He is also the author and the designer of The Prophet (Jibran Khalil Jibran), 1997; The Art of Print, 2000; and New Visual Culture of Modern Iran (with Hans Wolbers), 2006
Since 1996 he has been teaching in different universities and colleges in Iran and abroad including the University of Tehran, Guest lecturer in KABK (Royal Academy of Arts - The Netherlands), Tehran university of Art, and VCUQ Virginia commonwealth university - Qatar.
Abedini's professional focus of attention is Persian and Arabic script and Typography and has had numerous lectures and articles on the subject. One of his recent activities in these fields is launching a research group called Dabire which has published its first issue of quarterly in summer 2010 with the same title (Dabire) covering subjects of script, language, writing and designing Persian-Arabic types and letters.
 
Exhibitions at Ab-Anbar: