Barbad Golshiri's Exhibition Screenshot #11
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Born in Sept.1982, Tehran, Iran
1999 – Graduation from high school in humanities – Tehran.
1999 - 2000 – pre-university in art – Tehran.
2004 – B.A in Painting from The School of Art and Architecture, Azad University – Tehran.
2005 – Three pieces of “Odyssey-I” project in “portrait” group exhibition, Khak gallery – Tehran.
– Video Art, “The Barakat trust conference: Contemporary Iranian Art”, Kellogg
College, Oxford University.
Abbas Milani’s lecture
– Video Art (group exhibition): “Too Much Pollution to Demonstrate: Soft Guerrillas in
Tehran's Contemporary Art Scene”, Apex Art – New York.
2004 – Video Art (group exhibition): “Video Zoom: Beams of Blue”, Sala 1 – Roma.
– Video installation (group exhibition): “The Incredulity of Saint Barbad” in “For Bam”,
a multi media group exhibition on Bam earthquake, warehouse near The Iranian
Artists Forum – Tehran
For Bam by the participants in “Gozaresh”.(Read this in Persian)
For Bam by Antonia Carver in “Camera-Austraia”.
Manner of earth, act of art by B. Ziyayi in “Bâya”.(Read this in Persian)
– Video Art (group exhibition): “Turning Points”, LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Columbia
University School of the Arts – New York
– Video Art (group exhibition): “3 Weeks with the Winners of the 6th Tehran Contemporary
Painting Biennial”, Fattima Gallery –Tehran.
– Video Art (group exhibition): “Beams of Blue”, Apeejay Media Gallery – New Delhi.
– Installation (group exhibition), Joseph Dadoun’s studio in Cité International des Arts – Paris.
2003 –The 6th Tehran Contemporary Painting Biennial – Tehran Contemporary Museum
of Arts (Winner of the third prize).
2002 – Painting (group exhibition), “Hundred Works, Hundred Artists”, Golestan Gallery – Tehran.
– Painting (group exhibition), Niavaran Culture Center – Tehran.
– Photos (group exhibition), Laleh Gallery – Tehran.
– Light Art and Video Art works (solo exhibition), Golestan Gallery – Tehran.
– Environmental Art (solo exhibition): “Critique of Cezanne’s Reason”, on the 8th of March,
The celebration of The International Women’s Day, Honar Cultural Center – Tehran.
2001 – Painting (group exhibition), “The Fifth Group Exhibition of Contemporary Designers”,
Barg Gallery – Tehran.
– Paintings (group exhibition), “Hundred Works, Hundred Artists”, Golestan Gallery - Tehran
– Painting (group exhibition), Shafagh Gallery – Tehran.
2000 – Paintings (group exhibition), Afarinesh Gallery, Andisheh Culture Center – Tehran.
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2005 – Publication of socio-political articles on art and society in Shargh daily, Version Magazine
and Simia [a journal of drama] – Iran and Romania.
“The Presence of the Absence” in Version Magazine:
http://www.versionmagazine.com/pdf_files/version05.pdf (see page 14)
“An Introduction to the Second Exhibition of Spiritual Art of Iran” in Shargh Daily
(Read this in Persian)
“Study for Castration” in Simia.(Read this in Persian)
2004 – Publication of critical essays and articles on Art in various newspapers, sites and journals
including: Herfé-Honarmand, Iranian Feminist Tribune – Tehran.
“Reproduction and the Unnamable Schizophrenic” (On Afshan Ketabchi) in Herfé-
Honarmand (Read this in Persian)
also available at http://www.iftribune.com/news.asp?id=4&pass=62
“The Tragedy of Birth” in Iran Feminist Tribune:
http://www.iftribune.com/news.asp?id=2&pass=49 (Read this in Persian)
2003 – Publication of various critical essays on Art in various newspapers and journals – Tehran.
2002 – Editor of the Plastic Arts page in Sedaye Edalat daily – Publishing several critiques and
reviews – Tehran.
– Publication of several critical essays on visual arts in Iran Art Supplement – Tehran.
2001 – Publication of several reviews – Art columnist in Hayat-e- No daily– Tehran.
2000 – Publication of articles in Aroos [a women’s monthly] on women’s art and feminism –
2005 - 2006 – Editor and translator of Samuel Beckett’s complete dramatic works in Persian
– Karnameh Publishing House – Tehran. (under press)
– Publication of the book, Dan Flavin; Translation of two essays by Michael Govan and
James Meyer, Digar Publishing House– Tehran.
2003 – 2004 – A critical study on Kamal o’ddin Bihzad (Bihzad, Sennemar of the Ruined
Xovarnaq) – Karnameh Publishing House – Tehran.(under press)
Lectures and courses
2006 – Teaching plastic arts in English, Elmi-Karbordi University (TAFE courses) – Tehran.
2005 – Courses on philosophy of arts and aesthetics (From Plato to present time). Artist’s studio
2002 – Lecture on “The non-objective world and contemporary design”, the University of Arts
2004 - 2005 – Three months Residency in Cité International des Arts – Paris.
2004 – Co-writer of the essay “Statements of Silence” praised as one of the three best essays
submitted to The Symposium on Visual Arts Criticism of the 6th Tehran Contemporary
Painting Biennial – Tehran. (Read this in Persian)
2003 – Winner of the third prize in the 6th Tehran Contemporary Painting Biennial – Tehran
Contemporary Museum of Arts.
• Interview with Arte Channel (on “Schizophrenia”), April 2005.
• “The artists with socio-political points of view”, Deutsche Welle Radio (about “Portrait” group
exhibition, Khak gallery – Tehran), June 30 2005.
• Interview with Mehr weekly (On artist’s recent works and ancient and contemporary
art of Iran), no. 38, 2004.
• “The composition of the jury and the different points of view are the biennial’s strongest point”
(About the 6th Tehran Contemporary Painting Biennial – Tehran Contemporary Museum
of Arts, Gozaresh, no. 7, 2003.(Read this in Persian)
• Interview with Radio Farda (about the exhibition “Contemporary British Sculptors in Tehran
Museum of Contemporary Arts”), 2004.
• “If I could cry my blood…” (About Light Art and Video Art works (solo exhibition), Golestan
Gallery – Tehran), Chehel Cheragh weekly, no. 35. 2002
• “A Sisyphus addicted to carrying his stone” (About the 6th Tehran Contemporary Painting
Biennial – Tehran Contemporary Museum of Arts), Naghsh, 2003, no. 4.