Hoda Kashiha Iranian, b. 1986


Hoda Kashiha (b. 1986, Tehran, Iran) is a graduate of Painting from the University of Tehran (BA, 2009) and Boston University (MFA, 2014). She received the Esther B. and Albert S. Kahn Award; Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center Rare Book Prize; Iranian Association of Boston Scholarship; and Boston University Women’s Council Scholarship. She was a fellow at MacDowell Colony, Virginia Center for Creative Art and she received the Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant at Vermont Studio Center. She has held many solo exhibitions, most recently at Passerelle Centre d’art contemporain (CAC) with "I'm Here, I'm not Here" (Feb 2022); "In Appreciation of Blinking", Parallel Circuit. Tehran (2021); ˝Dear St. Agatha I am witness of your tears In the land of tulips˝, Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Brussels (2020); ˝Crashed into The Sun˝, Etemad Gallery, Tehran (2018); and ˝I Scream Louder Than You˝, Commonwealth Gallery, Boston, MA (2014). Her group participations include "Soft Edge of the Blade", Frieze Cork Street, London (2022); FIAC 2021; ˝City Prince/sses˝, Palais De Tokyo, Paris (2019); "The Oil of Pardis", Balice Hertling Gallery, Paris (2018); "Human Condition", Los Angeles Metropolitan Medical Center, Los Angeles (2016); "New narrative, Storefront Ten Eyck", Brooklyn, NY (2015); New Talent, Alpha Galley, Boston, MA (2014); "Oppositional Realities", Emerson College Gallery, Boston, MA (2014); Sherman Gallery, Boston, Ma (2013); Boston Young Contemporaries, 808 Gallery, Boston, MA (2013); and "Big, Red, Shindig", Mills Gallery, BCA, Boston (2013).