Reza Aramesh

  • Working across a wide range of materials and processes, Aramesh examines simultaneously the history of Western art and contemporary commentary on the politics and history of the Middle East, concocting a unique visual language to address the contemporary conditions of violence and bio-politics. Earlier solo exhibitions include Ab-Abnar, Leila Heller Gallery (New York), Isabelle Van den Eynde (Dubai), among others. His work has been showcased in many international group shows, including ICA (London), Goodman Gallery (Cape Town), Goethe Institute Brussels, Frieze Sculpture Park, Tate Britain and most recently, “The Great Game”, Pavilion of Iran at the 56th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale de Venezia.

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Working across a wide range of materials and processes, Aramesh examines simultaneously the history of Western art and contemporary commentary on the politics and history of the Middle East, concocting a unique visual language to address the contemporary conditions of violence and bio-politics. Earlier solo exhibitions include Ab-Abnar, Leila Heller Gallery (New York), Isabelle Van den Eynde (Dubai), among others. His work has been showcased in many international group shows, including ICA (London), Goodman Gallery (Cape Town), Goethe Institute Brussels, Frieze Sculpture Park, Tate Britain and most recently, “The Great Game”, Pavilion of Iran at the 56th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale de Venezia.