Nima Zaare Nahandi

b. 1983, Tehran, Iran

 

Education
2007–2010. École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts. Paris, France
2006–2007. Atelier de Sèvres. Paris, France
2001–2005. BS. Pure Mathematics. Campus of Sciences. University of Tehran. Tehran, Iran

 


 

Residencies
2014. Artist in Residence. Galerie Delacroix in Collaboration with the Institut Français de Tanger. Tangier, Morocco
2010–2012. Artist in Residence. Casa de Vèlazquez. Madrid, Spain
Member. Académie de France à Madrid. Madrid, Spain

 


 

Solo Exhibition
2015. “Cosa Mentale”. Dastan+2. Tehran, Iran

 


 

Group Exhibitions
2017. “Update 5.0”. V-Gallery. A Dastan:Outside Project. Tehran, Iran
2017. Art Dubai 2017. Dastan's Basement Booth. Dubai, UAE
2016. Dastan+2. Tehran, Iran
2015. Art Dubai 2015. Dastan's Basement Booth. Dubai, UAE
2014. Dastan's Basement. Duo Exhibition with Lucien Murat. Tehran, Iran
2014. DDessin 14 Art Fair. Dastan's Basement Booth. Atelier Richelieu. Paris, France
2013. DDessin 13 Art Fair. Dastan's Basement Booth. Atelier Richelieu. Paris, France
2012. Drawing Now Art Fair, Sixth Edition. La Galerie Particulière Booth. Carrousel du Louvre. Paris, France
2011. Espace Évolution Pierre Cardin. Paris, France
2011. Estampa Contemporary Art Fair. Madrid, Spain
2011. Palacio Ducal de Medinaceli. Soria, Spain
2011. Círculo de Bellas Artes. Madrid, Spain
2011. ABC Museum of Drawing and Illustration. Madrid, Spain
2011. DEARTE Art Fair, Tenth Edition. Madrid, Spain
2010. Galerie Nicolas Silin. Paris, France
2009. Traffic Gallery. Paris, France
2008. Atelier de Sèvres Foundation. Paris, France

 


 

Events
2013. Winner. DDessin Drawing Prize. DDessin Art Fair. Paris, France
2012. Jury Member. Drawing Art Prize. New Art Fair. Paris, France
2011. Winner. Casa Falconieri Prize. Estampa Contemporary Art Fair. Madrid, Spain
2010. Jury’s Special Mention. Pierre David-Weill Drawing Prize. Académie des Beaux-Arts. Paris, France
2008. Jury’s Special Mention. Lacourière Etching Prize. Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Paris, France

 


 

Public Collections
2011. Casa de Vèlazquez. Madrid, Spain
2008. Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Paris, France