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Raoof Dashti


Raoof Dashti is an Iranian photographer and video artist who lives and works in Tehran. He was born in Ahvaz (IR) in 1984 and received his B.A. in painting from Shahed Art University in Tehran. He has always tried to use different media, such as video, photography, and painting, to present his works. He has also participated in exhibitions in countries such as Iran, France, the USA, Georgia, Korea, etc.

Born in 1984, Ahvaz (IR)
lives and works in Tehran (I.R.)
2007, B.A in Painting, Shahed Art University, Tehran (I.R.)
Solo Exhibitions:
2021, “Dis-Orientation,” Aaran projects gallery, Tehran (I.R.)
2018, “Absenteeism: the recliners,” Aaran projects gallery, Tehran (I.R.)
2016, “The lifeless,” Mohsen Gallery, Tehran (I.R.)
2015, “Simple crises,” Azad art gallery. Tehran (I.R.)
Group Exhibitions:
2020 “Urban Mapping: Public Space through the Lens of Contemporary Iranian Artists,” Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, AZ (U.S.)
2019 “Contemporary Iranian Art & the Historical Imagination,” University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, CVPA Campus Gallery, Dartmouth (U.S.)
2019 “Vantage Point Sharjah 7”, Sharjah Art Foundation (UAE)
2019, “JIPFest 2019”.Jakarta (ID)
2019, “International Festival of the Image,” Pachuca (MEX)
2018, 31st Festival Les Instants Video”. Marseille (F.R.)
2018, “DongGang” International Photo Festival, Seoul (ROK)
2017,” Urban Mapping,” Contemporary Iranian Artists, Hillyer Art Space, Washington D.C. (U.S.)
2016, “The house,” Iranshahr Gallery, Tehran (I.R.)
2015, “Night of photography program,” Tbilisiphotofestival, Tbilisi (G.E.)
2015, “Blue gold,” Etemad art gallery, Tehran (I.R.)
2014, “Monolog, “Artin Gallery, Mashhad (I.R.)
2014, “Salvation, Gaza Contemporary art exhibition, “Niavaran Cultural Center, Tehran (I.R.)
2014, “The Winter Video Art (Iran & Japan),” Azad Art Gallery, Tehran (I.R.)
2008, Painting group exhibition, Saba art center, Tehran (I.R.)
2007, Painting group exhibition, Atbin Gallery, Tehran (I.R.)
2007, Digital Drawing, MirMiran Gallery, Tehran (I.R.)