Maybe, or Certainly, There Wasn't Really a Mark on His Forehead | 2017 | oil on canvas | 121.9 x 152.4 cm
It Was My Will to Come to You, but I Had Not yet Become Conscious of It | 2017 | oil on canvas | 182.8 x 152.4 cm
Theater V + Maskhara in 8 eMotions | 2017 | oil and gesso on board with video animation projection | 229 x 343 cm
Untitled #5 | 2014 | graphite oil pastel and marker on Kochi mashi | 213 x 152 cm
Butterflies | 2013 | graphite on Kochi Mashi | 213 x 154 cm
ARBOS VI | 2016 | graphite and pastel on Kochi Mashi paper | 213 x 154 cm
Dimly Aware of a Worrying Noise | 2017 | oil on canvas | 121.9 x 91.4 cm
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Avish Khebrehzadeh

 
Avish Khebrehzadeh Born in Tehran, Iran, She lives and works in Washington, DC. Khebrehzadeh studied painting in the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Solo exhibitions of her work have appeared at the MACRO, Museum of Contemporary Art, Rome, and the Rhode Island School of Design Museum in Providence, GAM Torino, among many public institutions in the United States and Europe.
Khebrehzadeh was included in the 6th Istanbul Biennial in 1999, the 5th Liverpool Biennial in 2008 and was also a participant in the 50th Venice Biennale in 2003, where she received the Golden Lion Award for the best Young Italian Artist.
Among the notable recent exhibitions of the artist are: participation in “The Dissolve”, the 8th Site Santa Fe Biennial (Santa Fe, New Mexico), and the inaugural exhibition of MAXXI, Rome’s first museum of 21st century art. Khebrehzadeh was included in the New Frontier section of the Sundance Film festival, as well as the Innovation section of the Bird’s Eye View Film Festival (London, UK).
Avish Khebrehzadeh’s most recent works were featured in the Discoveries section of ART BASEL Hong Kong 2013 (Galleria S.A.L.E.S.) and her Installation work “Where Do We Go from Here?” was featured in the prestigious GAM collection. Avish Khebrehzadeh is a Civitella Ranieri fellow as well as a Smithsonian Artist Research Fellow.
 
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