Farah Ossouli Iranian, b. 1953

Overview

 

Farah Ossouli (b. 1953, Zanjan, Iran), during her Forty-year career as an artist, has achieved a unique fusion of techniques, materials, themes, and storytelling, which has evolved into her personal style. She has been a pioneer in introducing contemporary themes and ideas into miniature painting. Ossouli's work has been featured tens of international exhibition and held at major public collections, including Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), USA; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA; Devi Art Foundation, New Delhi, India; Tropen Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands; Ludwig Museum, Koblenz, Germany; Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, Tehran, Iran; British Museum, London, England; Art gallery of Western Australia, Australia; 

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Biography

 

b. 1953, Zanjan, Iran

 

Education

1971. Diploma. Painting. Girls’ School of Fine Arts, Tehran, Iran

1977. BA. Graphic Design. Faculty of Fine Arts. University of Tehran. Tehran, Iran

 


 

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2014. Shirin Gallery NY. New York, USA

2012. Paul Robeson Galleries. Rutgers University. Newark, USA

2007. Imam Ali Museum. Tehran, Iran

2005. Ludwig Museum. Koblenz, Germany

 


 

Over 100 group exhibitions, several curatorial projects, co-founder and co-director of Dena Group for Women Painters, featured works in numerous art fairs and auctions

 

Works acquired by several public and private collections including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Devi Art Foundation, Tropen Museum, Ludwig Museum, Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art (TMoCA), and Imago Mundi

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